|Full name:||Charles Ho|
|Date of birth:||1975|
|Date of death:||2009|
|Main affiliation:||Hong Kong Police Department|
Charles Ho was a Hong Kong Police Department undercover officer who infiltrated the Water Street Gang as Winston Chu's advisor, and provided information on Chu and Sam Lin. His files can be unlocked for examination after completing missions.
During his assignment, Ho was constantly viewed with suspicion of being an undercover officer by Conroy Wu, which Ho managed to consistently deflect as "jealousy" on the latter's part while resorting to his "friendship" with Winston as protection from the gang. Despite this, Ho has requested for his handler Raymond Mak to remove him from his undercover duties. While stated to have been a good fighter, according to Conroy during Mini Bus Racket, Ho's unwillingness to kill has led to his cover being blown. In his file, it reveals that he was buried alive, by Liu Shen Tong in a coffin under six feet of sand. It was noted that multiple incisions were made in his body, as well as drill holes, several broken fingers and toes, and one of his eyeballs was removed. Asphyxiation was the official cause of death. After his death, an anonymous informant sent the location of his body to HKPD.
- Charles Ho has been said to bear a resemblance to the original protagonist of True Crime: Hong Kong.