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Claire may have been charming, but she knew how to play people and the system. She deftly manipulated any situation to her own advantage, so much so that she would leave a conversation having got a lot from you, yet having given nothing away of herself. In truth though, when her colleagues tried to get past the bright exterior they soon started to hit a brick wall. She developed such a convincing professional persona that the true Claire Stanton had become very well hidden - even Claire would be hard pressed to find her.
 
Claire may have been charming, but she knew how to play people and the system. She deftly manipulated any situation to her own advantage, so much so that she would leave a conversation having got a lot from you, yet having given nothing away of herself. In truth though, when her colleagues tried to get past the bright exterior they soon started to hit a brick wall. She developed such a convincing professional persona that the true Claire Stanton had become very well hidden - even Claire would be hard pressed to find her.
   
On the surface though, the sense of humour and straight approach to policing meant that when working with Clare, you always knew where you stood. It was this clarity and humour that fast turned her into the DC's choice of sergeants to be stuck on a boring obbo with. The direct approach and no holds barred teasing, soon made inroads with her fellow sergeants too. Their chauvinistic scepticism was soon mostly forgotten as they were begrudgingly forced to admit - Claire Stanton was good news.
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On the surface though, the sense of humour and straight approach to policing, meant that when working with Clare, you always knew where you stood. It was this clarity and humour that fast turned her into the DC's choice of sergeants to be stuck on a boring obbo with. The direct approach and no holes barred teasing, soon made inroads with her fellow sergeants too. Their chauvinistic scepticism was soon mostly forgotten as they were begrudgingly forced to admit - Claire Stanton was good news.
   
 
What they didn’t realise though was that she had been placed at [[Sun Hill]] by [[CIB]] to gain evidence of DS [[Beech, Don|Don Beech]]'s corruption. Unfortunately her clandestine investigation into Beech became compromised by her affair with [[Boulton, John|John Boulton]], following whose murder she became more determined than ever to nail desperate Don. After supposedly killing him in Australia she resigned. Even after she quit the force to work in security, she made it her mission to bring Beech to justice - and eventually did - getting him sent down for life.
 
What they didn’t realise though was that she had been placed at [[Sun Hill]] by [[CIB]] to gain evidence of DS [[Beech, Don|Don Beech]]'s corruption. Unfortunately her clandestine investigation into Beech became compromised by her affair with [[Boulton, John|John Boulton]], following whose murder she became more determined than ever to nail desperate Don. After supposedly killing him in Australia she resigned. Even after she quit the force to work in security, she made it her mission to bring Beech to justice - and eventually did - getting him sent down for life.
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