|Cloverport Police Department|
|Type||Law enforcement agency|
|Common name||Cloverport Police Department|
|General nature||Law enforcement|
Local civilian police
|Appearance(s)||Criminal Case (season 1)|
The Cloverport Police Department (CPD) acts as the primary law enforcement agency in the city of Cloverport, making its appearance in the first season of Criminal Case.
The Cloverport PD investigates murders in the city of Cloverport, searching crime scenes for clues, interviewing witnesses and suspects, and carefully analyzing evidence in order to progress. After gaining all the criteria, the force is able to apprehend the actual killer behind the murder and put them behind bars.
The Cloverport consists of eight main members (excluding the player character), with each of them assigned a particular job:
|Courtney Sharp||44||Chief||Reads and reviews case files, issuing orders, giving out new leads whenever necessary, overseeing all police operations, ensuring cops are bringing justice to the city.|
|Player||N/A||Homicide Detective||Performs homicide investigations partnered with either Spencer or Myra; in charge of formal murder investigations; brings killers to justice by all means necessary.|
|Spencer Collins||28||Agent||Recruits only the finest officers from local law enforcement agencies on behalf of the Chief's office. Assigned to investigate murders and shady crimes with the player.|
|Myra Larson||34||Detective||A detective who served as a local news reporter prior to her tenure into the CPD. Assigned to investigate murders and shady crimes with the player.|
|Kim Lawrence||33||Coroner||Autopsies bodies of various victims, analyzes the murder weapon if necessary, issues new leads whenever possible, and handles anatomic forensics when needed.|
|Gregory West||40||Lab Chief||Handles and analyzes physical, biological, and clinical evidence to help homicide investigators incriminate the killer's identity, and sometimes discovers the murder weapon.|
|Ross Caldwell||19||Tech Expert||Handles and analyzes digital and technical evidence to help homicide investigators incriminate the killer's identity. Also issues new leads whenever possible.|
|Holly Sullivan||31||Profiler||Analyzes objects and/or clues that cannot be analyzed by digital, physical, clinical, anatomic or technical forensics, but instead, through psychological analysis.|
|Austin Moore||47||Historian||Analyzes ancient artifacts and/or documents and uses historical measures to bring or decipher important information from them.|
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