Malloy returns to work and finds out Reed is thinking about becoming an investigator. If Reed passes the exam, Malloy will need a new partner.
Reed wonders if he's really making a difference as an officer. In order to better serve his community, Reed volunteers with the narcotics department.
Female cop Dana Hall isn't getting any respect from the male officers and wants to prove her toughness. But her plan backfires, creating problems.
Reed's temporary partner is a rookie cop. While Malloy works a desk job, Reed struggles to keep his new partner from taking risks in the line of duty.
It's strange when Malloy misses an appointment, so Reed starts looking for him and discovers he's been kidnapped by a group of young revolutionaries.
A man has started telling people he plans to take his own life. When the police are notified, Reed and Malloy are assigned to make sure he's safe.
Someone has been stealing horses from a horse riding academy. Malloy and Reed take on the case, trying to discover who the horse thief really is.
A homeowner who's been burglarized purchases a gun. After calling the police for help, the man accidentally fires his weapon at Officer Wells.
Reed and his wife meet up with Malloy and his girlfriend for a dinner together. But their plans change when they see someone robbing a gas station.
New recruit Ernie Sampson doesn't tell anyone he has a stuttering problem, which prevents him from telling Reed and Malloy about a potential ambush.
A shopkeeper is critically wounded during a holdup. Pressured by the victim's daughter, Reed tries to find the criminal, who's still on the loose.
Since they haven't had much luck locating missing cars from auto thefts, Malloy and Reed turn their attention to investigating scrap metal yards.
When he gets to the laundromat on his day off, Malloy discovers that all the dryers are being used by a man who's processing marijuana.
It's Christmas, and Reed wants to donate a tree to a senior citizens center, but Malloy says they can't use their cruiser for personal business.
While applying for a credit card, Reed discovers he's been labeled a major credit risk and sets out to get to the bottom of his bad credit rating.
When an alcoholic who appeared harmless gets into a tragic accident later in the day, Reed and Malloy step in to investigate.
Adam-12 clip - starring Martin Milner, Kent McCord, William Boyett.
This classic police drama was created and produced in 1968 by Jack Webb, who had already produced and starred in the highly successful Dragnet. Adam-12 followed the careers and lives of two Los Angeles police officers, veteran Patrol Officer Pete Malloy (Martin Milner) and rookie Jim Reed (Kent McCord).
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