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  Detective Luke Callaghan, played by Eric Johnson

Luke's a tenacious detective, obsessed with the two-year-old unsolved murder of a rookie. His smiling, gracious demeanour hides a tumultuous history: a grotesque family trauma left him a fragmented child, bouncing between foster homes. Maybe that's why he's drawn to Andy—because he senses that behind her smile is a troubling family secret.
  Andy McNally, played by Missy Peregrym

Meet Andy McNally. Empathetic (almost to a fault) and a born rescuer, she's the star player in 15 Division’s finest batch of rookies. A natural A-student, she's already clashing with her training officer, Sam Swarek, who keeps telling her she's got to learn to trust her instincts. While it never hurts to be prepared, part of being a good cop is learning what you can’t control—which is seriously not easy for this girl. Andy's the daughter of retired beat cop Tommy McNally: her bloodline is the blue line. But Tommy left the force under a cloud, and only Andy knows that now he's hitting the bottle. So Andy is the most positive person on the job—because she knows first-hand where the job can take you, and she doesn’t want to go there. Swarek quietly believes that Andy could become the brightest new officer on the force, and though training officers are the forbidden fruit, Andy is feeling the pull of his confidence in her. Because she herself can’t help but wonder…can she really do this job?
  Chris Diaz, played by Travis Milne

There are those who play by the book and than there’s Chris Diaz—he is the book. There is nothing he doesn’t know when it comes to the rules and regulations of the division. Chris’s uniform’s always perfect. Shoes always polished. Yes, sir. No, sir. He believes in the chain of command, following orders, doing the right thing. He’s a good soldier, and above all, he believes in defending the weak. But this small-town guy—suddenly thrown into the world of big city policing—is about to learn just how important it is to know when to break the rules. Maybe one day he’ll impress the Superintendent; or even better, her daughter and fellow rookie Gail Peck.
  Oliver Shaw, played by Matt Gordon

Officer Shaw is a go-along, get-along kind of guy. Easy-going, yes—but don’t make the mistake of thinking he’s a pushover, or you’ll be in for a rude awakening. This married father of three is happiest spending one on one time with his family (or a good sandwich). The kind of cop that doesn’t go looking for trouble, Shaw also won’t shy away from it when it finds him. His easygoing nature makes his approach to policing low-key; which means he’s got his work cut out for him when it comes to training Dov.
  Noelle Williams, played by Melanie Nicholls-King

A tough and capable police officer, Noelle is not only great at her job, but is also an invaluable mentor for the rookies in her division. In a single morning she can teach you one of the most valuable life lessons: get over yourself. But being a cop and having a personal life outside of the job is easier said then done. For a single woman who's about to embark on one of the biggest decisions of her life, the possibility of being responsible for more than just herself is scarier to her than any criminal that she’s ever come across.
  Traci Nash, played by Enuka Okuma

Meet Traci Nash, Andy’s best friend from police academy. The calm in the eye of the storm and the consummate confidant, Traci is the anchor for her fellow rookies at 15 Division. Traci reads people in a heartbeat, she suspects everyone who breathes, and she doesn’t have the patience for politics or subtleties. She’s also the only one of the five who didn’t go to college—but her street smarts almost make up for her lack of education. And she's got a weakness for Detective Jerry Barber. She met him at the Academy, and their affair's still going strong... Traci’s hard-won life experience and her straight-forward approach to policing are going to make her a successful rookie officer: it seems like she's got it all figured out. If only people knew...
  Sam Swarek, played by Ben Bass

Sam Swarek knows the streets like the back of his hand. After 8 months undercover, living as a drug dealer, Sam’s cover is blown. Now suddenly he’s back on the beat, training upstart rookie Andy McNally. Angry as hell, he’s determined to get back to the gangs and guns squad, and as far away from Andy as possible. The trouble is, undeniable sparks with his new rookie seem to be getting in the way.
  Dov Epstein, played by Gregory Smith

Dov Epstein, 15 Division’s live-wire rookie, has an exuberant approach to policing that often gets him into hot water…but it also gets results. Dov's psyched to be a cop, having spent years as a sickly kid, glued to Starsky & Hutch under the disapproving eye of hippie parents. And now he feels like a player—although the ladies might disagree. But after riding shotgun with sceptical training officer Oliver Shaw, Dov's going to start to see that there's more to policing than bad guys and gunplay. And he just might find a way to prove that beneath his wise-cracking exterior beats the heart of a serious police officer, ready to serve and protect.
  Gail Peck, played by Charlotte Sullivan

Everyone knows Gail Peck. And you’d almost like her, if it weren’t so fun to hate her... This brown-nosing, white-shirt wannabe has a career trajectory that is almost too apparent. She might not be a natural at the job, but she sure as hell knows how to play the game. But being born into a decorated family of officers has a steep price tag; and it makes fitting in and gaining acceptance from your fellow rookies a daunting task. Underneath her caustic exterior, Gail's more vulnerable than you'd think—and the only person who senses that is fellow rookie Chris Diaz. The last guy she'd ever go for...right? But the stress of being a rookie in the high-stakes world of policing means getting by with a little help from your friends. Who're you going to turn to when you've got no one?
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled
Network: Global ( Canada)
Airs: Thursdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 24, 2010
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