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Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin (photo), 57, has long been the poster boy for the murder command of New South Wales.

Families of murder victims have been furiously left behind when a detective resigned for alleged misconduct while working on William Tyrrell's disappearance.

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Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin, 57, was taken off the case in January after being accused of secretly taking a suspect without permission or a warrant.

He was also accused of harassment staff – but strongly denied any offense.

Last week he resigned from the force and left behind the families of victims who were involved in cases in which he worked.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin (photo), 57, has long been the poster boy for the murder command of New South Wales.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin (photo), 57, has long been the poster boy for the murder command of New South Wales.

Missing: William Tyrrell, three, had been in the care of his foster parents when he disappeared from their home in Kendall, New South Wales in September 2014.

Missing: William Tyrrell, three, had been in the care of his foster parents when he disappeared from their home in Kendall, New South Wales in September 2014.

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Missing: William Tyrrell, three, had been in the care of his foster parents when he disappeared from their home in Kendall, New South Wales in September 2014.

Inspection Jubelin had investigated the disappearance of Mathew Leveson who was last seen when he left the Sydney nightclub on September 23, 2007.

His car was found, but his body was not. In August 2008, Leveson's friend, Michael Atkins, was acquitted of manslaughter.

Mr. Leveson's father, Mark, said it was & # 39; sad & # 39; was that Insp Jubelin had resigned.

& # 39; What a hugely sad day for the people of NSW and especially for the families of crime victims that Gary has not yet completed, & # 39; he said. The Australian.

& # 39; The NSW police need Gary much more than he needs. Too bad they might realize this a little too late. & # 39;

William Tyrrell's biological grandmother said the recent investigation into the boy's disappearance resolved the family's name after years of suspicion. William (photo) disappeared without a trace from the front garden of his foster home

William Tyrrell's biological grandmother said the recent investigation into the boy's disappearance resolved the family's name after years of suspicion. William (photo) disappeared without a trace from the front garden of his foster home

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William Tyrrell's biological grandmother said the recent investigation into the boy's disappearance resolved the family's name after years of suspicion. William (photo) disappeared without a trace from the front garden of his foster home

Inspection Jubelin was central to many high-profile investigations, including the horrific murder of university student Michelle Leng and the murders of Bowraville.

But after 34 years he has decided to quit, while the Tyrrell case remains unresolved.

Inspect Jubelin's business

Bowraville murders: Three Aboriginals were killed in Bowraville New South Wales in 1990 and 1991. The main suspect, a local worker, was charged and tried twice – in 1994 and 2006 – but was acquitted both times.

Terry Falconer: Sydney drug dealer killed by Anthony Perish in 2001.

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Mathew Leveson: The 20-year-old was last seen when he left a nightclub in Sydney on September 23, 2007.

His car was found, but his body was not. In August 2008, Leveson's friend, Michael Atkins, was acquitted of manslaughter.

Michelle Leng: Attacked and killed by her uncle, Derek Barrett, in western Sydney in 2016.

Three-year-old William had been in the care of his foster parents in September 2014 when he disappeared from their home in Kendall, New South Wales.

Insp Jubelin, who had led the search for the toddler, was accused of using a cell phone to register illegally without an order during the investigation.

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He strongly denied the allegations and stayed at the desk because professional standards were being investigated.

The reason behind the dismissal of Insp Jubelin is unknown, but sources claim that he wanted to leave the police with his head in the attack.

It is clear that the results of the internal investigation are being considered.

The families of the victims praised the highly respected officer and called him compassionate and dedicated.

However, his approach without more prisoners has labeled him polarizing.

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Inspector Jubelin has been active in the fight since 1985 and previously told NT that solving murders was his passion.

& # 39; I treat the victims of crime as if they were members of my own family … I take it personally and always give 100 percent. I can't handle anyone in a mediocre way.

& # 39; These are the things I say to the young detectives with whom I work and train. I want them to understand how hard you have to work and I want them to challenge me. I don't find mistakes very complicated, but I don't like lazy police. & # 39;

Inspect Jubelin & # 39; s struggle for justice saw him become immortal on the screen during the fifth season of Underbelly, Underbelly Badness in 2012.

The show was aimed at Australian assassin and drug dealer Anthony Perish, who was detained after 10 years of investigations by Inspector Jubelin and his team.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police for comments.

Since William's disappearance five years ago, wild theories and rumors about how he disappeared quickly emerged, including allegations blaming his own birth family

Since William's disappearance five years ago, wild theories and rumors about how he disappeared quickly emerged, including allegations blaming his own birth family

Since William's disappearance five years ago, wild theories and rumors about how he disappeared quickly emerged, including allegations blaming his own birth family

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