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How many times do I have to tell you kids? Call me JP!
—Jean-Philippe Delacroix

High Commissioner Jean-Philippe "JP" Delacroix is a main character appearing in Season 8 of Criminal Case, where he serves as the High Commissioner and Profiler of the Parisian Police Squad.

Profile

63 years of age, Jean-Philippe has brown eyes, short gray hair, a five o'clock shadow and wrinkles across his forehead. He sports black-rimmed glasses and wears a white shirt with a navy tie under a cobalt police jacket with a silver leaf pattern on the collar and epaulettes with a matching pattern and silver buttons. He is occasionally seen holding a cobalt police hat with a silver metal leaf pattern and silver lining around the brim.

It is known that Jean-Philippe was a drag queen prior to his tenure in the department. He is also old friends with King Abioye of Mazunda.

Height 6'1"
Age 63
Weight 165 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood AB+

Events of Criminal Case

Meeting High Commissioner Delacroix

Mid-investigation, Carrie, Hugo and the player met High Commissioner Delacroix when he was mid-argument with Nadia after she accused High Commissioner Delacroix of questioning her tastes. When Hugo asked what they were arguing about, High Commissioner Delacroix explained that Nadia did not believe in tampering with the classic recipe of Paris-Brests, revealing that he had bought a box of cinnamon Paris-Brests from Café Le Froufrou, which Nadia disagreed with. Hugo recalled that the killer ate cinnamon Paris-Brests; after High Commissioner Delacroix praised the team for their impressive sleuthing skills and telling the player that he was looking forward to getting to know them, Hugo and the player went to investigate Le Froufrou.

Making the Cut

After arresting Béatrice Sanchez's killer, High Commissioner Delacroix tasked Enzo and the player with organizing a party to welcome both Carrie and the player to the Parisian Police Squad. He told them that fashion designer Charles Pilsnerfeld had allowed him to use the Chior rooftop for their party. He then asked Enzo and the player to make cocktails for the party.

At the end of the investigation, High Commissioner Delacroix and the rest of the team surprised Carrie and the player with the party, officially welcoming them to the team.

Party Like It’s 1699

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The Show Must Go On

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Dressed to Be Killed

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Juggling With Death

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Analyses

As the Profiler of the Parisian Police Squad, High Commissioner Delacroix has the responsibility of analyzing physical objects and/or clues that cannot be analyzed flawlessly through bio-forensics or digital analysis, but instead through psychological analysis, and to inform the team of such results after a certain amount of time or a speed-up process using Criminal Case Cash. His task-wait rates vary depending on the difficulty of the task, but they all cost 1 Criminal Case Cash per 30 minutes.

Below is the list of analyses High Commissioner Delacroix performs throughout the course of the game:

Case #1: Corpse Chic

  • Mean Message (12:00:00)

Case #2: Murder à la Mode

  • Crazy Suit Jacket (09:00:00)
  • Divorce Papers (06:00:00)

Case #5: Death by Design

  • Magazine (12:00:00)

Case #8: Dressed to Be Killed

  • Comic Cover (03:00:00)
  • Handwritten Note (12:00:00)
  • Mysterious Card (06:00:00)

Case #9: Die in the Sky

  • Strange Note (03:00:00)

Trivia

  • High Commissioner Delacroix is one of the characters to appear as a quasi-suspect thrice.
    • He is also one of the only characters to appear as a quasi-suspect in two consecutive cases in City of Romance, along with Cody James.
  • High Commissioner Delacroix strongly resembles Jeff Goldblum, an American actor and musician.

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