|Written by||Seah Choon Guan 谢俊源
Tang Yeow 陈耀
Cheong Yan Ping 张彦平
|Opening theme||一念之差 by ah5ive|
|Country of origin||Singapore|
|Original language(s)||Mandarin, with some English dialogue|
|No. of episodes||25 (List of episodes)|
|Producer(s)||Chong Liung Man 张龙敏|
|Running time||approx. 45 minutes|
|Original channel||Mediacorp Channel 8|
|Picture format||16:9 Widescreen|
|Original run||9 April 2014 – 13 May 2014|
|Preceded by||The Caregivers|
|Followed by||World at Your Feet|
|Related shows||True Heroes (2003)
Point of Entry (2010)
C.L.I.F. 2 (2013)
C.L.I.F. 3 (Courage, Loyalty, Integrity, Fairness, or 警徽天职3) is a police procedural series produced by MediaCorp Singapore in 2013 in collaboration with the Singapore Police Force, following off from C.L.I.F. 2. It has premiered on 9 April 2014 on free-to-air channel MediaCorp Channel 8 at 9 pm (Singapore Time). There will be 25 episodes. It is also the first C.L.I.F. season to use aerial photography. Crime-prevention tips have also made its return, becoming the fifth series in which News Tonight commentaries are not announced.
The series topped the viewership charts for 2014, with an average viewership of 1,027,000 viewers, for six months until the title was replaced by Three Wishes, making it second. It is also the second series at 9pm after Soup of Life to break the 1 million mark.
More heart-stopping cases with twists and turns, more exciting scenes of police pitting their wits and might against criminals. And see how law enforcers carry out their tasks with concerted effort and strategy, and how, apart from fighting against criminals and overcoming the onslaught of tricky situations, they deal with their true feelings that surface in the face of love, friendship and kinship.
They epitomise courage, loyalty, integrity and fairness. In carrying out their duties, what are the difficulties, blood and tears, grit and struggles that they have to endure?
The series continues several story lines from the first and second seasons, but it delves further into the relationships of the characters. Yaojia has been promoted a rank. He and his girlfriend, later fiancée, Xin Yi, are back together again. Xin Yi has since been transferred to the Traffic Police Department and struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder from her time overseas with the UN after witnessing an incident there. Zhijie and Lantian are married and the latter has transferred from the Forensics Branch to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID). Guixiang and Xiaoyang return from the first season and it is revealed that they are now with the Traffic Police Department. Fugitive Chen Yanjun, a former psychiatrist and Season 2's main villain, returns with a vengeance to settle scores with Lantian.
The characters names are in both Chinese and dialect (if any) romanization.
|Li Nanxing 李南星||Wei Lantian 魏蓝天
ASP Wee Lam Tian
|Officer-in-charge of Team A, Specialised Crime Division, CID
Husband of Zhijie
|Terence Cao 曹国辉||Yang Zhongzheng 杨忠正||Main antagonist
Best friend of Lantian during NS
Arrested in Episode 25 for murder.
|Qi Yuwu 戚玉武||Tang Yaojia 唐耀佳
SSI(2) Tang Yew Jia
|Senior Investigating Officer at Special Investigation Section, CID
|Rui En 瑞恩||Huang Zhijie 黄芷婕
SSI Ng Tze Keat
|Officer-in-charge Team C of Special Investigation Section, CID
Wife of Lantian
|Joanne Peh 白薇秀||Liao Xinyi 廖心怡
ASP Leow Xin Yi
|Deputy Head Investigation, Traffic Police Department
|Elvin Ng 黃俊䧱||Zhang Guixiang 张贵祥
SSGT Teo Kwee Xiang
|Patrol Officer, Traffic Police Department
|Tracy Lee 李美玲||Han Xiaoyang 韩晓洋
INSP Han Xiao Yang
|Senior Investigation Officer, then resigned and transferred to Traffic Police Department
|Cavin Soh 苏智诚||Jimmy Dai Dadong 戴大东
|Senior Investigation Officer in Tanglin PD
Arrested and imprisoned in Episode 25 for leaking information.
|Allen Chen 陈讳伦||Qiu Xing-an 邱星安||DPP in the Attorney-General's Chambers. He prosecuted Xiaoyang's cousin Han Junxi who was involved in a traffic accident that killed Yanjun's parents. Han Xiaoyang's boyfriend.|
|Jayley Woo 胡佳琪||Liao Zhenting 廖贞婷
|Xin Yi's half sister
Fell from a height and sustained life-threatening injuries in Episode 18 after Yao Jia gave chase to her, succumbed to her injuries and died in Episode 19.
|Zheng Geping 郑各评||Zhang Yuanyao 张源耀||Commissioner of Police. Appeared in episode 2 to distribute overseas service medals to Liao Xin Yi and others after they returned from their UN Peace Keeping tour. Appeared again on episode 25 on their promotion.|
|Sora Ma 马艺瑄||Jelly Weng Xuanmei 翁选美||Living with Guixiang. Assistant of Lulu's nightclub after being arrested for suspect prostitution at her former workplace. She is also a singer at that nightclub. Retrenched after Lulu was arrested and the KTV Lounge raided.|
|Wang Yuqing 王昱青||Zhang Zhiming 张志眀||Guixiang's Father. He is nicknamed "Spider Ming" due to his connection and knowledge of many gangs. Guixiang loathes him a lot Yaojia is his friend but does not reveal his police identity to him. Surrendered to the police in Episode 22 for extortion and intentional injury.|
|Hong Hui Fang 洪慧芳||Luo Lulu 罗露露||Lady boss of a nightclub. Lantian's Biological Mother. She admitted this fact in Episode 15.|
|Pierre Png 方展发||Chen Yanjun 陈彦均
Chan Yin Kwun
Wanted in C.L.I.F. 2 for his crimes; Main villain (Part 1)
Died in Episode 6 after getting shot by Lantian.
|Bonnie Loo 罗美仪||Yang Hongxi 杨红夕||Long-lost teenage daughter of Yang Zhongzheng whom he had been searching for the last decade. Her mother was a Thai local who helped Yang Zhongzheng out of the jungle during a trek. Yang Hongxi was sold off to vice rings and eventually ended up in Singapore as an underage prostitute. She was arrested during a raid and was reunited with her father before returning to Thailand.|
- The series held its lensing ceremony on 14 November 2013.
- Qi Yuwu and Joanne Peh are the only two cast members to have appeared in all three seasons so far.
- This is the first series where Elvin Ng and Rui En had scenes together, but would not be coupled.
- List of C.L.I.F. episodes
- List of MediaCorp Channel 8 Chinese Drama Series (2010s)
- C.L.I.F. (TV series)
- "Drink-driving arrests rise 10% in first half of 2013". Channel NewsAsia. 13 October 2013.
- Also spelt Chan Yin Kwan