DC Juliet Becker was a character in The Bill during 2003. Rae Baker gave up on the idea of being Becker after 4 months when she felt she didn't fit into the show.

Juliet Becker
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DC Juliet Becker

DC Juliet Becker

Birth Name: Juliet Becker
Full Name: Juliet Becker
IC: Gender
1Female   Female
Date of Death: 30 October 2003
St. Hugh's Hospital
Cause of Death: Stabbed
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Police Officer (at time of death)
Affiliation: Metropolitan Police (at time of death)
Curr. Posting: Sun Hill Police Station (at time of death)
Curr. Rank: Detective Constable (at time of death)
Curr. Title: DC Juliet Becker (at time of death)
Curr. Call Sign: DC Becker (at time of death)
Years Active: 2003
●  Service Record  ●
Current Status
Portrayed by:Rae Baker
 ● First Appearance: Episode 119
 ● Last Appearance: Episode 162
List of Appearances

Service Record[edit | edit source]

Juliet joined CID straight out of university via an accelerated promotion scheme. However, due to her easy going nature, very few, if anyone resented her for not spending time in uniform first. Juliet's exit storyline was given over to the live episode of The Bill, where she was taken hostage by a drunk in a police van outside of the station. PC Cathy Bradford, who was with Juliet at the time of the kidnapping called for help, after trying to reason with the man herself. Superintendent Adam Okaro arrived on the scene to try to negotiate with the drunk, but by the time the van was breached, Juliet had been stabbed. Becker later died from her injuries in hospital.

Family and Relationships[edit | edit source]

Juliet was openly bisexual. When she first arrived, she was having a affair with a single mother, however this tailed off. She later enjoyed a fling with station idiot, DS Phil Hunter. Juliets final relationship was a secret affair with Debbie McAllister. Debbie initially resists her advances but Juliet finally managed to seduce Debbie in the station toilets. The two women initially decided to keep their relationship private but their office flirting soon caught the attention of their colleagues which eventually forced the women to make their relationship public.

Major Storylines[edit | edit source]

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