In the first-season finale, a chef-turned-rookie officer's shyness doesn't earn him a five-star rating from his FTO. Also: A rookie who dreamed of being a cop since he was a boy makes a mistake during a routine traffic stop.
A rookie is attacked by the K-9 unit's German Shepherd during training. Another rookie tries to determine who's the aggressor in a domestic dispute, joins a team serving a search warrant and reaches for his gun during what may be a routine traffic stop.
A rookie trying to achieve his "police voice" has a chance to practice it when he helps with a narcotics case, a robbery probe and crowd control. Also: A rookie from Alabama attempts to perfect a Tampa accent, but is too bogged down with paperwork and other issues to test it in the field.
A rookie gets two calls involving dead bodies, including one in which she must move a five-day-old corpse. Also: A rookie's poor driving skills become a concern when he responds to a drive-by-shooting call.
A rookie makes a mistake that could have been fatal during an attempt to capture an armed suspect, but later gets another chance to prove herself. Her boyfriend, also a rookie, hears the report of "shots fired" in her vicinity.
Police-academy graduates in Louisiana and Florida are followed during their first weeks on the streets. The premiere episode includes a rookie's first search warrant and dead body. Also: a violent fight.