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'''Chief Constable Wilson''' is a high-ranking member of the [[Police Station Bristol|Bristol Police service]]. He is first seen in the episode ''[[Long Live The King]]'', where he is seen accepting bribes and helping the [[Vampire]] community remain hidden. After the death of [[William Herrick]], the Vampire community goes into chaos. A group of Vampires attack a young couple, [[Marcus Balfour]] and [[Tally Westwood]]. Tally is killed during the attack, but Marcus awakens and begins reciting his tale. Marcus is then assassinated by an unknown killer acting under orders from Wilson himself.
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'''Chief Constable Wilson''' is a high-ranking member of the Bristol Police service. He is first seen in the episode ''[[Long Live The King]]'', where he is seen accepting bribes and helping the [[Vampire]] community remain hidden. After the death of [[William Herrick]], the Vampire community goes into chaos. A group of Vampires attack a young couple, [[Marcus Balfour]] and [[Tally Westwood]]. Tally is killed during the attack, but Marcus awakens and begins reciting his tale. Marcus is then assassinated by an unknown killer acting under orders from Wilson himself.
   
 
Later, Mitchell and Wilson discuss how a new system can be put in place to stop the brutal and random attacks that have been going on. Wilson makes note of the recent deaths of [[Kelly Bracewell]] and [[Sumira Clarke]], two young offenders that were killed by [[Cara (BBC)|Cara]]. Wilson tells Mitchell that if the Vampires continue attacking only repeat offenders, then they won't have a problem.
 
Later, Mitchell and Wilson discuss how a new system can be put in place to stop the brutal and random attacks that have been going on. Wilson makes note of the recent deaths of [[Kelly Bracewell]] and [[Sumira Clarke]], two young offenders that were killed by [[Cara (BBC)|Cara]]. Wilson tells Mitchell that if the Vampires continue attacking only repeat offenders, then they won't have a problem.

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