In an attempt to save his son from another trip to prison, Voight sabotages a murder investigation - and possibly his entire career.
SVU joins forces with CPD to hunt down the Riverwalk Killer before he murders again.
Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) and Burgess (Marina Squerciati) are given a new patrol car, but are challenged with keeping it brand new. A run in with a psychotic woman leads the Intelligence Unit to discover a drug smuggling operation which has put several girl's lives in peril. Voight's (Jason Beghe) overprotective act with Lindsay (Sophia Bush) leads her right where he doesn't want as she also helps to keep Justin out of trouble. Meanwhile on stakeout, things get tense between Olinsky (Elias Koteas) and Ruzek (Patrick Flueger) as Olinski tries to teach him the finer points of surveillance.
More is learned about Halstead's (Jesse Lee Soffer) dislike of the Rodiger family and it's family relationships all around as Olinsky (Elias Koteas) shows a paternal side with his daughter Lexi (guest star Alina Taber) in an attempt to protect her and as Voight's (Jason Beghe) trying to help his son who has recently been released from jail. Meanwhile the Intelligence Unit investigates a counterfeiting operation after discovering some high end cloth-like paper. Sergeant Platt (guest star Amy Morton) sends Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) and Burgess (Marina Squerciati) to arrest a hoarder where they discover more than just clutter.
Voight (Jason Beghe) and team head to a house that's been associated with a number of top gangs. Events at the search result in Ruzek (Patrick Flueger), being encouraged to seek some counseling which may have lasting repercussions professionally and personally. Meanwhile Halstead's (Jesse Lee Soffer) temper rises when he comes in contact with some unwelcomed people from his past.
Antonio's (Jon Seda) son was kidnapped and he has a feeling the Columbian drug gang is to blame. Pulpo (guest star Arturo Del Puerto), the Columbian gang leader, is being held in jail and suggests his release may trigger the release of Diego (guest star Zach Garcia). During the investigation, Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) learns some new information about Lindsay (Sophia Bush). Voight (Jason Beghe) offers Antonio a new approach to get information on Diego's whereabouts.
In the series premiere, after a slew of brutal slayings, District 21, led by Sergeant Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) go after a Columbian drug cartel cleaning house in Chicago. They discover D'Anthony (guest star Isaac White) who proves to be an asset in the investigation. At District, complicated histories and unit rivalries surface which could end up costing them one of their own. Meanwhile, Rookie Kyle Ruzek (Patrick Flueger) is pulled from the police academy by Olinski (Elias Koteas) to join the team.
CPD and SVO share notes on the crimes in the bullpen at CPD.
As the intelligence unit searches for the source of ammunition meant to kill police officers, Voight and his team investigate a house associated with major gangs. Meanwhile, Ruzek is encouraged to seek counseling and Halstead has an unwelcome encounter with people from his past.
Actor Steve O'Connell reveals how the crew filmed his character's shocking suicide.
Sophia Bush and Jesse Lee Soffer discuss what SVU shares with CPD.
The Team identify a new person of interest.
The Chicago PD Squad discusses the case.
Patrick John Flueger reveals what makes the crossover so cool.
An old partner spars with Voight on the next Chicago P.D., Wednesday at 10/9c.
Kelli Giddish and Ice-T discuss their visit to Chicago P.D.
From Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf and the team behind "Chicago Fire" comes "Chicago PD," a riveting police drama about the men and women of the Chicago Police Department's District 21 who put it all on the line to serve and protect their community. District 21 is made up of two distinctly different groups: the uniformed cops who patrol the beat and go head-to-head with the city's street crimes and the Intelligence Unit that combats the city's major offenses - organized crime, drug trafficking, high profile murders and beyond. The vast responsibilities that these jobs entail extend far beyond the walls of the precinct, often taking an emotional toll on personal lives of these men and women.
At the helm of the Intelligence Unit is Sergeant Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), a man not against crossing legal and ethical lines to ensure the safety and security of the city he loves. It's not unknown for him to be an ally one minute and the worst enemy the next. Working hand-in-hand with Voight is Detective Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda). More levelheaded and honest than his counterpart, Antonio put his reservations about Voight aside to help the Intelligence Unit track down Chicago's most dangerous criminals while acting as a role model for the younger officers.
Rising through the ranks in the Intelligence Unit is Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer), a brash young detective who earned his spot on the team with the aid of Antonio's endorsement. Halstead's partner is tough, no-nonsense Detective Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush). Lindsay grew up on the street but was lifted to a better life when Voight took her in as a teenager. Halstead and Lindsay's close working relationship may be shifting into something more personal but won't if Voight has anything to do with it.
The precinct also includes Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas), an experienced undercover detective and confidant for Voight Kyle Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger), a quick-witted cadet plucked from the police academy to join Olinsky on undercover assignments Kevin Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins), a charismatic uniformed patrolman who loves to throw a great party Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati), a uniformed patrolman who strives to one day become a part of the elite Intelligence Unit and Sheldon Jin (Archie Kao), the neat and meticulous detective in charge of surveillance and tech ops.
In addition to Wolf, executive producers include Matt Olmstead ("Chicago Fire," "Breakout Kings," "Prison Break"), Peter Jankowski (the "Law & Order" brand), Michael Brandt ("Chicago Fire," "3:10 to Yuma"), Derek Haas ("Chicago Fire," "3:10 to Yuma"), Danielle Gelber ("Chicago Fire") and Mark Tinker.
Technical Advisor Charles Barango explains the process of filming an intense gunfight.
Two Special Victims Unit agents help Voight and Antonio investigate a series of rapes and murders. Meanwhile, Burgess tries to prove herself to Intelligence and Lindsay gets back at a high-school rival with the assistance of Halstead.
A shakedown gets extreme when a suspect's uncle refuses Voight's request.
Officer Kyle Ruzek breaks down his history.
The Team spot the suspect and the chase begins.
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