Officer Greener is my character in a World of Darkness Campaign. His greed, religious views, and crazy ideas make him a very interesting character to play.
Officer Greener has a very inventive set of morals. These morals have been refined over many years of service in his local police department and were mixed in with some religious doctrine acquired at the Long Night Church.
As a Police officer, Greener believes that he is a hero and as such, he should be highly respected for all the sacrifices he makes. Being a hero means facing incredible danger while making fast decisions without any time for regret. Unfortunately many individuals do not see Police Officers as heroes but as a nuisance.
These individuals' negative perspective comes from the poor education most people receive. To correct this problem, Greener decided to share his wisdom, therefore reforming as many people as he possibly can.
But most people are not easily swayed from their ways. It is only through Greener's never-ending love that some of them are reformed.
To reform a person, Greener sometimes goes beyond the law. He uses what he commonly calls "The Righteous Confiscation". The confiscation consists of taking something from the individual to cause him suffering while forcing him in the right path.
The path for each person varies, most often Greener confiscates their monetary means and makes them promise to visit his church. At the church, the person is greeted by one of the many lay servants who will help them better themselves. The pain exerted by their loss makes for a very vivid experience. One that they will not soon forget.
Greener's approach has a varied rate of success, not to mention the risks he takes for loving those individuals so much. But love has a price, and many have accused him of corruption, saying he was stealing to enrich himself.
Those accusations were the main reason he was denied his rightful place in the FBI. His wisdom and love were not enough for the Bureau.
The FBI was much more interested in empty shells, like the agent that had moved into his neighborhood. Lacking in experience and love for the fellow man, the only thing that person had were her fancy degrees. But Greener knew the truth, those degrees meant nothing in the streets.
Greener supposed that someone like him, a modern day hero, would not fit too well in the FBI away. He was most needed in the streets, were his love could help individuals in the path of reformation.