|Occupation||Scotland Yard Officer|
|Age||Unspecified - presumed late 20's to 30s|
|Inspiration / Based on||Arthur Conan Doyle (writer)|
|Nationality||Unspecified - possibly Scottish|
|Race||Human / Mortal|
|Career and family information|
|Appearance(s)||The Order: 1886|
|Voiced by||Steve Brand|
|Motion capture||Steve Brand|
Commissioner Doyle is a Scotland Yard officer briefly seen in The Order: 1886. He only appears during one cut-scene in Once a Knight, where he and Sebastien Malory have a short conversation about seemingly unconnected acts of violence (The Ripper murders and the Lycan rampage) occurring in Whitechapel.
- The character is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, there are also few references to the character of Sherlock Holmes (the expressions "Elementary" and "My dear ...").