|Chief Constable Stockton|
|Seen|| 'The Glass Ceiling|
The Annoying Red Planet(Uncredited)
The Great Wall
What Lies Buried
|Mentioned|| "Still Waters"|
"The Green Muse"
|Job||Former Chief Constable|
Appearances and Mentions
- Chief Constable Stockton interviews William Murdoch for a vacant position as an inspector at Station House Three. During the interview, he learns that Murdoch is a Catholic and, though impressed with Murdoch's abilities, decides that Murdoch's faith makes him ineligible. He tells Thomas Brackenreid to inform Murdoch of his final decision.
- Inspector Brackenreid spoke with Chief Constable Stockton on the Telephone several times during the investigation into the murder of Richard Hartley. Because the investigation centred around the King's Rowing Club Stockton wanted the detectives to use "kid gloves." The rowing club counted most of Toronto's most prominent families as members .
- Chief Constable Stockton is forced to order Murdoch and Brackenreid to stop their investigation into Henri Gaston's death when it is too close to a secret government defence project under the command of Terrence Meyers.
- Chief Constable Stockton is upset that a constable had been killed and he demands a speedy arrest. He is convinced by Inspector Davis that an innocent man is responsible and wants that man arrested. Murdoch refuses and eventually proves that another constable is the killer. Stockton offers Murdoch an unspecified position with the police in Winnipeg, Canada. Murdoch declines.
- Eventually, Stockton is succeeded by Chief Constable Giles.
- Retired Chief Constable Stockton visits Station House No.4.
- It is revealed that back in 1881, prior to becoming Chief Constable, Stockton was the Inspector in command of Station House No. 4 with Giles as the station house detective
- Among the constables under his command were Constables Hodge and Thomas Brackenreid
- As Inspector, Stockton assigned nicknames to his men, such as "Tommy Two-Cakes" to then-Constable Thomas Brackenreid
- Stockton is showcasing symptoms of dementia.
- There has been several fictional Chief Constables (Chiefs of Police), when in actuality during Murdoch Mysteries time period, the Toronto Police Department was headed by Col. H.J. Grasett, who served as Toronto's Chief Constable for 34 years from 1886 to 1920 — a record that still stands.
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