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Kingsford is a fictional city in the fictional country of The Federal Kingdom of Belton in Criminal Case: Shadows of Belton with ten different districts. The Kingsford Police Department is the law agency that serves the city.
Kingsford is split into ten districts with six cases each:
Oakdale Hills is the first district of Kingsford, located on the outskirts of the city. It is a more rural area surrounded by rolling hills and farmland with bits of suburbia scattered around. It focuses on the player settling into the police department while dealing with a shocking rise in violent murders throughout the quiet rural community, linked to a mysterious group called "Verity".
Cases 01-06 are situated here.
|01||Greener Pastures||Locals are shook when a woman in the suburbs is found brutally killed in her own home, marking the first murder in the district since ten years ago.|
|02||Til the Cows Come Home||Beloved farmer found trampled in a field of cattle! All sources point to foul play, causing further concern from the local community.|
|03||Our Daily Bread||Adding to the community unrest in the district, a baker is found burnt alive in his own oven, causing local panic and international concern.|
|04||Half Steam Ahead||Train conductor found with head shoved in a steam pipe, causing mass rail delays and inconveniences across the country, which the tensions are spreading to.|
|05||Grave Consequences||Beloved community priest is found buried alive in the local cemetery, sparking outcries and protests.|
|06||Let Sleeping Dogs Lie||Amidst the tension in Oakdale Hills, all comes down when a murder happens during the middle of a fearful civilian-led riot.|
City Centre is the second district of Kingsford. It is the administrative heart of the city, and where much of the commerce and political events happen. Following the shocking string of murders in Oakdale Hills and the discovery of the Verity Group, the police team investigate the inner city where the headquarters of the group are rumoured to be. This district also explores Janet Garfield and her past growing up here and coming to terms with her estranged family life.
Cases 07-12 are situated here.
|07||Head Quartered||The team raid the headquarters of the Verity Group, only to find their prime lead murdered in the vacated building, head gruesomely split into four parts. The leader and admins remain at large.|
|08||Tastes Like Blood||The team is tipped off to a restaurant in the middle of town where the group is said to meet. Things take a turn for the worse when the chef is found dead in the kitchen with his tongue chopped off as the Verity group remain one step ahead.|
|09||Old Times, Old Crimes||One of the Verity Group's admins is found dead in the library, prompting mass investigation. The team find out about another organization that may be affiliated with the Verity Group, and that the two sides are going to have a turf war soon. The team hurries to stop the crime.|
|10||The Art of War||The team find themselves at an art gallery near the planned turf war, where the fighting has already started. Both groups retreat as an innocent civilian is found dead, involving the police. They find out that the other group is called GEM (Gaia Ex Machina).|
|12||Caught in the Crossfire|
Clarity Wharf is the third district of Kingsford. It is the port of the town which sees plenty of cargo ships come and go every day. After further investigation, the story brings the team to investigate here, where they are searching for further leads in investigating GEM and the remnants of the Verity Group after their loss in the City Centre. It also explores Luther Finbar's character arc as he comes to terms with his past days working for GEM.
Cases 13-18 are situated here.
|13||Fish Out of Water|
|14||Heavy Little Games|
|15||Not All Those Who Wander|
|16||Ripples of Time|
|17||My Kingdom for a Horse|
|18||Sink or Swim|
Velvet Island is the fourth district of Kingsford, being the entertainment hub of the city with plenty of clubs, bars and attractions around. It is also home to radio and television studios and several arenas for entertainment. In this district, Telford Brooks starts experiencing a loss of his bright-eyed naïveté as he becomes disillusioned with all the murders coming about.
Cases 19-24 are situated here.
|19||The Last Laugh|
|21||Streets of Gold|
|22||Towards the Goal|
|23||Under the Table|
|24||A Show for the Ages|
Ash Court is the fifth district of Kingsford. It is the run-down and dirty side of town with grey buildings and an apathetic populace who like to keep to their own. While generally dangerous and unwelcoming, there is a lot of personality and heart hidden away here. Dale Hart grew up here and has to deal with old baggage he left behind when he moved out, while Delia Atkins must face her gambling and acloholism in order to keep her job at the department.
Cases 25-30 are situated here.
|25||Rust and Stardust|
|26||Where the Heart Is|
|27||Leap of Faith|
|28||Shake the Foundations|
|30||Loved Not Wisely|
Brook Parade is the educational hub of the city with both of the city's universities within the district limits. Melanie De la Cruz revisits her own previous years of study as the institution and staff she loved so dearly start showing their true colours.
Cases 31-36 are situated here.
|31||Live and Let Learn|
|32||Cards in Your Favour|
|33||Great Minds Think Alike|
|34||Seize the Day|
|35||Perish the Thought|
|36||Uneasy Lies the Head|
The urban centre of the city, with high rises and glamorous buildings everywhere. It focuses on Deandra Willis as she starts fighting for her life, now the assassination target of GEM. The remnants of Group Verity turn themselves in and start aiding the police department against GEM here as well. Zoë Dechamps also has her arc here following the events of Brook Parade where she was revealed as the mole for the team, expressing guilt and hoping to set things right.
Cases 37-42 are situated here.
|37||The Wonder of Flight|
|38||Two For the Count|
|39||Light At The End of the Tunnel|
|40||The Hand That Feeds|
|42||Deal With the Devil|
The Castle is the district that includes the home of the King of Belton, but also is home to many esteemed members of Beltonian society. In this district, Barry Ashwell must deal with his estrangement and isolation from the team following the tensions that happened in the Spires, and also his recovery after taking a bullet for Zoë.
Cases 43-48 are situated here.
|44||Sworn to Glory|
|45||A Hero's Welcome|
|46||What Lies Are Sown|
|48||Long Live the King|
Cathedral Quarter is the spiritual heart of the city, with all the classic cathedrals and churches being built here. In this district, Telford and Kevin Marsh also prepare for their wedding day, thinking that all has been settled after the supposed defeat of GEM at The Castle. However, the group quickly learns of the true puppeteer pulling the strings all this time, and it leads to corruption inside the police department. The team must revolutionize the city's justice system from the inside.
Cases 49-54 are situated here.
|49||Mark of the Beast|
|50||Two Birds, One Stone|
|51||Thicker Than Water|
|54||Our Own Demons|
Twinbridge is the tenth and final district of the city. A small district that encompasses mostly of a monument to unity, it represents the city and its status as the capital of Belton between all the states of the country. After Chief Marcus Lombardi's death, the team must carry forward in continuing his mission and memory while learning about his past.
Cases 55-60 are situated here.
|58||Shards of Hope|
|59||Memories of Days Gone By|
|60||From the Ashes|