In the first-season finale, the rookies face evaluations to determine whether they’ll keep their badges or not, and Andy thinks about quitting the force. Earlier, Andy and Chris make an arrest and unwittingly compromise a major drug sting. Andy tries to salvage the sting by going undercover with Swarek, but both their lives are endangered. […]
Andy and Swarek find evidence implicating Andy’s father in a murder during a drunken blackout, then search for proof of his innocence. Chris and Dov’s squad car is robbed by a vigilante dressed as a caped crusader.
The tension between Andy and Swarek is exacerbated during a routine prison transport when a prisoner escapes. At the station, an amnesiac John Doe keeps Dov and Gail guessing, while Chris and Traci try to help Barber reconstruct some missing notes from a court case.
The entire division gets involved in the search for an abducted 9-year-old girl.
A fatal collision involving an elderly man and a cyclist may not be as clear-cut as it appears. Meanwhile, Andy’s romance with Luke Callaghan hits a bump in the road when she objects to his handling of a young murder witness who has a bullet lodged in his head.
A home invasion at a fashionable address sparks a massive police response and winds up revealing officers’ off-duty secrets. After it seems the crisis is over, Traci leaves to handle a personal emergency, and Andy faces the armed perpetrator alone.
Andy’s undercover skills are put to the test when she’s brought in to pose as a prostitute during a citywide sting operation. But a bid by Andy and Dov to impress Sergeant Boyko with their initiative backfires when the two rookies put a vulnerable informant’s life in jeopardy, and it’s left to Andy to infiltrate […]