Jorou Hideaki (born 1975, San Diego) is an Amerasian general good-doer. His family was a right-wing traditional family with respective ties to feudal military nobility whom emigrated to the United States pre-Pacific war. Jorou Hideaki is a universally intellectual individual.
His parents were both functionaries in San Diego. They met each other in Harvard, when his father was studying for a minor in physics and his mother gained a master in international business communications.
From 1994 to 1998 Jorou Hideaki lived in the former de facto capital Kyoto and was a part of the Japanese Criminal Investigation Bureau. Prior to that Hideaki had started a minor in psychology which he never finished. Instead he gained a master in immunology. In 2004 he also obtained a master in criminal law, for which he had moved from Japan back to the United States west-coast. In 2006 he moved to Beijing, China and obtained a minor in forensic science. In 2009 he was rewarded with a prize for writing a paper on crime prevention titled "The Psychology of Law".
As of 2013 Jorou Hideaki has written five books, of which two sci-fi thrillers, a satire and two drama novels. He has also published three papers, his latest a paper on immunology in 2012.
From 2001 to 2006 Jorou had been a civilian worker for the San Diego Police Department. Upon his return from Beijing he was instilled as a detective in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. In 2009 was put inactive because of his mother's illness; she suffered of dementia and a severe form of epilepsia. He voluntarily resigned from his job in 2010. In 2012 his mother passed away. Jorou moved to Los Santos with his father in 2013, where he reinstated in the local metropolitan police force.