Meet the Characters

Jessica Fukishura, retired Secret Service Agent, currently in private law practice in Santa Barbara, California.
Rebecca Simpson, retired Secret Service Agent, currently a principal with “J” Team Investigations in Santa Barbara, California and Dr. Penelope Barker’s life partner.
Commander Cheryl Chapman, creator of CHAP, the American interagency data sharing system, currently detailed out of the White House on special assignment to the President.
Dr. Penelope Barker, retired veterinarian and currently a principal with “J” Team Investigations in Santa Barbara, California and Rebecca Simpson’s life partner.
Jackson Pennington, retired Secret Service Agent, former Delta Agent and high school teacher. Pennington is currently a principal with “J” Team Investigations in Santa Barbara, California.
Kimberly Breyman, RCMP, currently attached to Inspector Lorne Wood’s Anti-Money Laundering unit. In real life, a Surrey, BC RCMP Constable.
Corporal Anne-Marie Clark, seconded to Inspector Lorne Wood’s Anti-Money Laundering Unit. In real life, attached to the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit BC,
Jason Spencer, retired Secret Service Agent and principal with “J” Team Investigations in Santa Barbara, California. Spencer is from Los Angeles where he served as an LAPD patrol officer, then under cover as an importer of illegal automatic firearms. He joined the Secret Service chasing Al Qaeda operatives in North Africa before joining the “J” Team.
Elisabeth Peltowski, retired Secret Service Agent formerly assigned to Britain’s MI6 tracking terrorist finances by hacking data bases of terrorist supporting governments. Former under cover middle school computer skills teacher in Wyoming. Currently a principal with “J” Team Investigations in Santa Barbara, California.
RCMP Sgt. Karen Winthrop, two years as Sky Marshal, currently detailed to Inspector Lorne Wood’s Anti-Money Laundering Unit.
Tom Hortonn, Sgt. Toronto Police Service currently assigned to Inspector Lorne Wood’s Anti-Money Laundering Unit.
Inspector Lorne Wood, officer in charge of British Columbia “E” Division Anti-Money Laundering Unit.