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Chief Constable Davis
1018 Chief Constable Davis
Actor Richard Clarkin
Seen "The Great Wall"
"Holy Matrimony, Murdoch!"
"Colour Blinded"
"House of Industry"
"Bl..dy H.ll"
"Hell to Pay"
Mentioned "Raised On Robbery"
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Gender Male
Status Living
Job Chief Constable

City Records Clerk (formerly)

Chief Constable Jeffrey Davis was the chief constable after Chief Constable Giles.

Davis is an arrogant, greedy copper, and a racist, whose Station House No. 5 is rife with corruption.

Appearances and Mentions

In The Great Wall, while he was Inspector at Station House 5, one of his constables was murdered in a suspicious manner. His detective (Hamish Slorach) was sick and William Murdoch was assigned to investigate. Davis did not like Murdoch's methods of investigation and wanted to charge an innocent man, purely because he was Chinese. He then tried to obstruct and cover up any investigation into his own men. Once it was proven that another constable from Station House Five had killed his fellow officer during an argument. Heartbroken at the thought one of his men had killed another, he let the detective take him in.

In Colour Blinded, Davis becomes Chief Constable after his predecessor Giles is sadly outed as a homosexual. When a white man is murdered in a black church, Davis is quick offend the black churchgoers, encourage racial profiling, and accuses an innocent black man, smearing his name in the press. Murdoch doesn't arrest the suspect, resulting in him being assaulted by three men, leading to a visit to Station House No. 4 by the accused and Alderman Hubbard. Though Brackenreid apologizes on the constabulary's behalf, Davis refuses to admit that he was in error.

In House of Industry, after a corrupt constable, Peakes, from Station House Five is revealed to have killed his partner and he himself is killed in a confrontation with Murdoch, Davis visits Murdoch and Brackenreid and claimed that there was no further police corruption, but Brackenreid is not so convinced.

In Bl..dy H.ll, Davis arranges for Brackenreid to be disgraced by turning his own sting operation against him and charges him with racketeering. He then strikes a deal with Brackenreid, allowing the Inspector to resign and remanded to the accounting division at City Records to keep his pension and thus keep his family out of the poor house. In doing so, Brackenreid discovers evidence of fraud for equipment that was never delivered to his Station House and reports it to his superior, Dilbert, who relunctantly reports his findings to the higher ups. As the fraud scheme began after Davis' induction as chief constable, Davis reacts by hitting Dilbert over the head and stealing all the incriminating documents that would've expose him and the corrupt members of the Board of Control.

But that was not the end of it. Murdoch and Crabtree investigates the Hungarian woman who foiled Brackenreid's sting and learns that the woman is actually a cross-dresser named Theodore Szabo, who Davis had struck a deal with in exchange for clearing Szabo's indiscretions. They then purposely have a loud argument for Davis to hear, in which he learns that they're onto Szabo. He goes to Szabo's apartment and orders the man to leave town, unaware that Murdoch is having their conversation recorded, giving him and Brackenreid evidence that Davis set the Inspector up. Davis sits in the Station House's Interview Room as the recording plays before Chief Crown Attorney Gordon and Alderman Hubbard. Davis is then arrested. Brackenreid, with his resignation rescinded, strikes a similiar deal with Davis, getting him to admit to assault, fraud, racketeering and to name of his co-conspirators, in exchange for taking his former accounting position to save his pension.

In the Season 10 finale, Hell to Pay, Davis returns. Because he was "retired" not prosecuted in Bl..dy H.ll, demoted to the City Records, the newly elected member to the Board of Control Franklin Williams, who has been corrupted by the rich and ruthless Robert Graham, has re-instated Davis as Chief Constable. How can such high level corruption and crimes ever be overcome? When last seen, Davis is holding a gun to Brackenreid's head.

Gallery

Murdoch Mysteries Recurring Actors and Characters
Mouna Traoré as Rebecca JamesArwen Humphreys as Margaret BrackenreidLachlan Murdoch as Henry HigginsKristian Bruun as Constable JacksonPeter Stebbings as James PendrickPeter Keleghan as Terrence MeyersRichard Clarkin as Chief Constable DavisErin Agostino as Nina BloomDaniel Maslany as Detective WattsBea Santos as Louise CherryJordan Johnson-Hinds as Nate DesmondCharles Vandervaart as John BrackenreidMichael Seater as James GilliesCyrus Lane as Roger NewsomeRothaford Gray as Alderman William Peyton HubbardNigel Bennett as former Chief Constable GilesMatthew Bennett as Allen CleggJayden Greig as Bobby BrackenreidDmitry Chepovetsky as Nikola TeslaGeraint Wyn Davies as Arthur Conan DoyleSean Harraher as Constable WorseleyTamara Hope as Edna Brooks (née Garrison)Giacomo Gianniotti as Leslie GarlandNicole Underhay as Margaret HaileJonathan Watton as Darcy GarlandSarah Gadon as Ruby OgdenKate Greenhouse as Sally PendrickStephen McHattie as Harry MurdochAllan Royal as Chief Constable StocktonPaul Amos as Dr. RobertsPaul Rhys as Dr. FrancisMaria Del Mar as Sarah PensellLisa Faulkner as Anna FulfordSarah Allen as Enid JonesSarah Wilson as Tess MoffattSteven McCarthy as Isaac Tash

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