Police Memorandum


This letter is just to inform everyone about the recent movement of equipment that has happened during the precinct's rearrangement.

The safe with four digit lock has been moved from S.T.A.R.S. office on the second floor, to the eastern office on the first floor.


Raccoon Police Liaison Dept.
A memo revealing the combination of the safe in the Information Office.

Chris's Diary


August 8th
I talked to the chief today once again, but he refused to listen to me. I know for certain that Umbrella conducted T-virus research in that mansion.
Anyone infected turns into a zombie.
But the entire mansion went up in that explosion; along with any incriminating evidence. Since Umbrella employs so many people in this town, no one is willing to talk about the incident.
It looks like I'm running out of options.

August 17th
We've been receiving a lot of local reports about strange monsters appearing at random throughout the city. This must be the work of Umbrella.

August 24th
With the help of Jill and Barry, I finally obtained information vital to this case. Umbrella has begun research on the new G-virus, a variation of the original T-virus. Haven't they done enough damage already?!
We talked it over, and have decided to fly to the main Umbrella HQ in Europe. I won't tell my sister about this trip because doing so could put her in danger.
Please forgive me Claire.
The diary of Chris Redfield, bridging the gap between the "mansion incident" to the Raccoon City outbreak.

Mail to Chris


Mr. Chris Redfield
Raccoon City Police Dept.
S.T.A.R.S. division

As per your request, we have conducted our internal investigation and discovered the following information:

  1. Regarding the G-virus currently under development by Umbrella Inc.

    So far it is unconfirmed that the G-virus even exists. We're continuing with our investigation.

  2. Regarding Mr. Brian Irons, Chief of the Raccoon City Police Dept.

    Mr. Irons has allegedly received a large sum of funds in bribes from Umbrella Inc. over the last five years. He was apparently involved in the cover up of the mansion lab case along with several other incidents in which Umbrella appears to have direct involvement.
    Mr. Irons had been arrested under suspicion of rape on two separate counts during his years as a university student. He underwent psychiatric evaluation as a result of the charges but was released due to circumstantial evidence as well as his phenomenal academic standing.

    As such, extreme caution is advised when dealing with him.

Jack Hamilton,
Section Chief
Internal Investigations
United States Federal Police Department
A fax to Chris Redfield concerning his investigation into the G-Virus experiments.

Operation Report 1


- Operation Report -

September 26th

The Raccoon Police Dept. was unexpectedly attacked by zombies. Many have been injured. Even more were killed. During the attack, our communications equipment was destroyed and we longer have contact with the outside.

We have decided to carry out an operation with the intent of rescuing any possible survivors as well as to prevent this disaster from spreading beyond Raccoon City. The details of the operation are as follows:

Security of armaments and ammunition.

Chief Irons has voiced concern regarding the issue of terrorism due to a series of recent unresolved incidents. On the very day before the zombies' attack, he made the decision to relocate all weapons to scattered intervals throughout the building as a temporary measure to prevent their possible seizure. Unfortunately, this decision made it extremely difficult for us to locate all ammunition caches.
It has become our top priority to recover these scattered munitions.

To unlock the weapon storage.

As stated earlier, it will be extremely difficult to secure all the ammunition. However, a considerable supply still remains in the underground weapon storage. Unfortunately, the person in charge of the card key used to access the weapon storage is missing and we have been unable to locate the key. One of the breakers went down during the battle and the electronic locks are not functioning in certain areas. It has become a top priority to restore the power in the power room and secure those locks.

Recorder: David Ford

- Operation Report -

September 27th

1:00PM. The west barricade has been broken through and another exchange ensued. We sheltered the injured in the confiscation room on the first floor temporarily. Twelve more people were injured in the battle.

Recorder: David Ford

- Additional Report -

Three additional people were killed following the sudden appearance of an as of yet unknown creature.
This creature is identified by missing patches of skin and razor-like claws. However, its most distinguishing characteristic is its lance-like tongue, capable of piercing a human torso in an instant.
Their numbers as well as their location remains unknown. We have tentatively named this creature the "licker" and are currently in the process of developing countermeasures to deal with this new threat.
A descriptive document about the R.P.D.s course of action for tackling the zombie outbreak.

Memo to Leon


To Leon S. Kennedy,
Congratulations on your assignment to the Raccoon City police department.
We all look forward to having you as part of our team and promise to take good care of you.
Welcome aboard!

From all the guys at the R.P.D.
A message for Leon S. Kennedy, welcoming him joining the Raccoon Police Department Service.

Operation Report 2


- Operation Report -

September 28th

Early morning 2:30AM. Zombies overran the operation room and another battle broke out. We lost four more people, including David.
We're down to four people, including myself. We failed to secure the weapons cache and hope for our survival continues to diminish.
We won't last much longer... We agreed upon a plan to escape through the sewer. There's a path leading from the precinct underground to the sewage disposal plant. We should be able to access the sewers through there. The only drawback is that there is now guarantee the sewage disposal plant is free of any possible dangers. We know our chances in the sewers are slim, but anything would be better than simply waiting here to die.
In order to buy more time, we locked the only door leading to the underground, which is located in the eastern office. We left the key behind in the western office since it's unlikely that any of those creatures have the intelligence to find it and unlock the door.

I pray that this operation report will be helpful to whoever may find it.

Recorder: Elliot Edward
A document detailing a possible escape route out of the city through the sewer system.

Chief's Diary


September 23rd
It's all over. Those imbeciles from Umbrella have finally done it... Despite all their promises, they've ruined my town. Soon the streets will be infested with zombies. I'm beginning to think that I may be infected myself. I'll kill everyone in town if this turns out to be true!!!

September 24th
I was successful in spreading confusion among the police as planned. I've made sure that no one from the outside will come to help.
With the delays in police actions, no one will have the chance to escape my city alive. I've seen to it personally that all escape routes from inside the precinct have been cut off as well.
There are several survivors still attempting to escape through the lower levels, but I'll make sure no one gets out.

September 26th
I've had a change of heart about the remaining survivors inside the precinct. I've decided to hunt them down myself.
I shot Ed in the back through the heart less than an hour ago. I watched him writhe in pain upon the floor in a pool of his own blood. The expression on his face was positively exquisite. He died with his eyes wide open, staring up at me. It was beautiful.
I wonder if the mayor's daughter is still alive? I let her escape so I could enjoy hunting her down later...
I'm going to enjoy my new trophy. Yes, frozen forever in the pose I choose to give her.
A disturbing entry of Brian Irons' diary, revealing his madness.

Film A


Code G Human Body Experiment
9/15 15:24
A photograph showing an experiment with the G-Virus. It shows a dismembered arm in a glass tube.

Film B


Pictured in front of the Arukas tailor.
Regressed into a zombie within two hours.

Subject repeatedly complained about severe agitation of the epidermis in addition to feelings of nausea.
This happened up to the moment he lost conscience.

Picture by R.Lambert
A photograph of a person moments before they turned into a Zombie.

Film C


Development Code: T-103
Due to accelerated metabolism relative to the earlier 00 series, this subject possesses exemplary regenerative capabilities.
PH-X016 File Data
A photograph of an experiment of the Tyrant 103 shown in its mutated form. It also describes how this variation of the Tyrant series has regenerative capabilities which explains how it is able to recover from extreme damage.

Film D


A photograph of Rebecca Chambers in an R.P.D. basketball outfit.

Patrol Report


-Patrol Report-
September 20th 9:30 PM
Reporter: Sgt. Neil Carlsen

We received a report of a suspicious individual skulking around the sewers in the outskirts of Raccoon City. I searched the area and located the individual, but he ran away before I was able to question him.

I recovered the following items:

  • A small amount of C4 plastic explosive.
  • An electronic detonator.
  • 9x19 parabellum rounds.
  • Infrared scope [broken].

End of report.
The report of a patrol in and around the sewer area of Raccoon.

Secretary's Diary A


April 6th
I accidentally moved one of the stone statues on the second floor when I leaned against it. When the chief found out about it, he was furious. I swear the guy nearly bit my head off, screaming at me never to touch the statue again. If it's so important, then maybe he shouldn't have put it out in the open like that...

April 7th
I heard that all the art pieces from the chief's collection are rare items, literally worth hundreds of thousand of dollars. I don't know which is the bigger mystery: where he finds those tacky things, or where he's getting the money to pay for them.

May 10th
I wasn't surprised to see the chief come in today with yet another large picture frame in his hands. This time it was a really disturbing painting depicting a nude person being hanged. I was appalled by the expression on the chief's face as he leered at that painting.
Why anyone would consider something like that to be a work of art is beyond my comprehension...
A few diary entries regarding the Chief Iron's taste in art.

Secretary's Diary B


June 8th
As I was straightening up the chief's room, he burst through the door with a furious look on his face. It's only been 2 months since I've started working here, but that was the second time I've seen him like this. The last time was when I bumped into that statue, only this time he looked even more agitated than ever. I seriously thought for a moment that he was going to hurt me.

June 15th
I finally discovered what the chief has been hiding all along... If he finds out that I know, my life will be in serious danger.
It's getting late already. I'm just going to have to take this a day at a time...
Another entry from the diary of Chief Iron's secretary.

Watchman's Diary


August 11th
I finally had the chance to see blue skies for the first time in ages, but it did little to lift my spirits. I was reprimanded by the chief for neglecting my duties while I was up on the clock tower.
There's only one thing I still don't understand: the chief seemed to be more concerned about the fact that I was up on the tower rather than that I was neglecting my duties.
Why was access to the tower prohibited in the first place anyway?

September 5th
I recently talked to the old man who works in the scrap yard out back. His name is Thomas. He's a quiet man and really seems to enjoy chess. He even went so far as to design a special key and lock engraved with chess pieces on them for one of the doors in the disposal yard.
We made plans to play chess tomorrow night. I can't help but wonder how good he is. One thing that's been bothering me about him is the way that he's always scratching himself... Does he have some sort of skin disease or is he just rude?

September 9th
Thomas was a much better player than I has imagined. I used to think of myself as a fairly decent player, but he did a pretty good job of humbling me.
About the only thing I imagine that could match his skills in chess is his appetite. All the guy did was talk about food throughout the entire game. He sounded fairly healthy, but he didn't look quite right...
I wonder if he's okay.

September 12th
I was supposed to play another game of chess with Thomas, but we had to cancel because he hasn't been feeling too well.
He stopped by to see me, but I told him to go back and rest since he literally looked like the walking dead.
He insisted he was just fine, but I could tell he was really having problems.
Come to think of it, I haven't been feeling too good myself lately...
Yet another perspective of the beginning of the Raccoon City outbreak.

Mail to the Chief


To: Mr. Brian Irons, Chief of the Raccoon City Police Dept.

We have lost the mansion lab facility due to the renegade operative, Albert Wesker.
Fortunately, his interference will have no lasting effects upon our continued virus research.
Our only present concern is the presence of the remaining S.T.A.R.S. members: Redfield, Valentine, Burton, Chambers and Vickers.
If it comes to light that S.T.A.R.S. have any evidence as to the activities of our research, dispose of them in a way that would appear to be purely accidental. Continue to monitor their progress and make certain their knowledge does not go public.
Annette will continue to be your contact throughout this affair.

William Birkin

To: Mr. Brian Irons, Chief of the Raccoon City Police Dept.

I have deposited the amount of US $10,000 to the account for your services this term as per our agreement.
The development of the G-virus scheduled to replace the T-virus, is near completion. Once completed, I am certain that I will be appointed to be a member of the executive board for Umbrella Inc.
It is imperative that we proceed with extreme caution. Redfield and the remaining S.T.A.R.S. members are still attempting to uncover information on the project. Continue to monitor their activities and block all attempts to investigate the underground research facilities.

William Birkin

To: Mr. Brian Irons, Chief of the Raccoon City Police Dept.

We have a problem. I have received information informing me that Umbrella HQ has sent spies to recover my research on the G-virus. There are an unknown number of agents involved. They must not be allowed to take this project away from me as it represents my entire life's work.
Search the city thoroughly for any suspicious persons. Detain any such individuals by whatever means deemed necessary and contact me immediately through Annette. With these precautions, any possible threat should be eliminated.
I will not allow anyone to steal my work on the G-virus. Not even Umbrella...

William Birkin
A letter written to Brian Irons from William Birkin, explaining his worry that someone may be trying to steal his research.

Sewer Manager Fax


-User List of the Connecting Facility-

On the first and third Wednesdays of the month, Angelica Margaret, chief of maintenance, will make use of the facilities. Be sure to reduce the moisture levels in the facility by activating the fan, as the equipment she will be using is susceptible to the effects of water vapors.

On the 28th of every month, the chemical transporter Don Weller will use the facility. The chemicals he will be transporting are extremely volatile. Extreme caution should be observed throughout their transport.

On the 6th and 16th of every month, police chief Brian Irons will visit the facility to attend the regular meeting that take place in the lab.

On the fourth Friday of every other month, William Birkin will use the facility to conduct a training seminar for the Chicago branch of Umbrella Inc. As the probability of an attack upon William Birkin will be high, take every measure conceivable to guard his life.

You will be informed of all other potential visitors and the times they will arrive as needed. Guide these individuals to their destination safely. We expect nothing but the best from you.

Charles Coleman
Secretary Chief
Umbrella Headquarters
A fax to the employees of the Sewage Disposal Facility about the arrival of several visitors including Brian Irons and William Birkin.

Sewer Manager Diary


June 28th
It's been a while, but I saw Don today and we talked after completing our work. He told me he had been sick in bed until yesterday.
It really doesn't come as much of a surprise given how long he's been working here.
He was sweating like a horse and kept scratching his body while we were talking. I asked if he was hot, but he just looked at me funny.
What's wrong with him anyway?

July 7th
Chief Irons has been visiting the lab quite often lately. I don't know what he's doing over there but he always looks grim.
The expression on his face has been even more unsettling than usual...
My guess is that it's because of Dr. Birkin's impossible requests. The chief has my sympathies though. After all he's done for the town, he doesn't deserve this.

July 21st
I rarely drink because I'm on the graveyard shift, but I don't suppose I have much to complain about it since this is how I make my living.

August 16th
Chief Irons came in late today, looking grimmer than his usual self. I tried to joke with him to cheer him up but he wasn't amused. He pulled his gun and threatened to shoot me! I was able to calm him down, but that guy must have some serious problems. He knows he can't enter the lab without my help and my medal.
This is what it means for the chief "to serve and protect"!?

August 21st
William informed me that the police and media have begun their investigation on Umbrella's affairs. He said that the investigation will be citywide and that there is a possibility they'll even search through the sewers. He asked me to suspend all Umbrella sewer facility operations until the investigation has concluded. The sewer will still be used for passage, but he stressed that I have to be extremely cautious and that I'd lose my job if anyone finds out about this operation.
The diary of the Sewer Manager, detailing more of Brian Irons' strange behaviour.

Lab Security Manual


Laboratory Security Manual
-Security measures in case of an emergency-

In the instance of an uncontainable biohazardous breakout, all security measures will be directed toward the underground transport facility.

In the instance that any abnormalities are detected among cargo in transit, all materials will automatically be transported from the loading zone to the designated high-speed train. At which point, all materials will be isolated and disposed of immediately.

In the instance of a Class 1 emergency, the entire train will be purged and disposed of without delay.

In the instance that the lab itself becomes contaminated, the northern most route currently used to transport materials to and from the facility will be designated as the emergency escape route. This route will secure passage to the relay point outside the city limits.

Disclosure about any information regarding research conducted here, or the existence of this facility, is strictly prohibited. Since it is top priority to keep all research classified, escape access may be denied under certain extenuating circumstances.
The procedures to follow when an emergency occurs in the Underground Laboratory Facility.

P-epsilon report


-This report demands immediate attention-

The P-epsilon gas has been proven capable of incapacitating all know B.O.W.s (Bio Organic Weapon). As such, it has been designated for emergency usage in the event of a B.O.W. escape. Reports based on data collected during prior incidents indicate the potential for negative side effects.

The P-eplison gas has proven to weaken the B.O.W.s' cellular functions. However, prolonged or repeated exposures will result in the creation of adaptive antibodies to the agent.
Furthermore, some species have been observed to absorb the P-eplison gas as a source of nutrition and use the toxins extracted against anything perceived as a threat.

Use of P-eplison gas should be severely limited to extreme cases only.

We strongly request the authority to re-evaluate the P-eplison gas deployment system. We would like this re-evaluation to take place immediately.

2nd R&D Room/Security Team
A report explaining the effects of the P-epsilon gas on B.O.W.s.

User Registration


Temporary User Registration for the Culture Experiment Room.

User Name: "GUEST"
Password: None

Valid for 24 hours.
The username for the Guest Account to enter the Culture Experiment Room.

Vaccine Synthesis


Any beings infected by the G-virus will reproduce through the impregnation of an embryo within another living being.
Unless rejected by the host, the embryo will undertake a process of gradual cellular invasion, infecting the host's cells on a molecular level as it rewrites their DNA.
Once the metamorphosis is complete, the host will be capable of continuing this cycle of self-replication. The duration of time for the process to run its course will vary from subject to subject. In the early stages of cellular invasion, it is possible to halt progression of the metamorphosis through the administration of the G-vaccine antigen.
The following procedure details its synthesis.

The vaccine creation requires the base vaccine. This can be arranged by the activator VAM. First set the empty cartridge to the VAM and activate it. After several moments the process will be complete and the white-colored base vaccine will be set in the cartridge automatically. Then confirm the green light is on, remove the cartridge and proceed to the next step.
Once the base vaccine has been prepared, set it in the vaccine synthesis machine located in the P-4 level experiment room. The machine is fully automated and only requires the user to push the sequence start switch. At this point, the program will run automatically and synthesis will be complete within approximately 10 seconds.

As the synthesis of DEVIL is an extremely delicate process, the quality will vary with slight shocks or changes in temperature. Careful handling is required for the proper results.
The instructions on how to create the Vaccine for anyone infected with the G-Virus.