The kidnapping of a female patient from a locked psychiatric ward by an unknown masked man, requires the help of a new psychiatrist.
A nightclub shooting leaves a rock band dead, Aidan and Clara interview a witness.
When a schizophrenic young man is found murdered, Psych Crimes is called to a puzzling scene and a murder investigation becomes a quest to save a family.
When a shopkeeper is knifed in Kensington Market, Psych Crimes needs to help him overcome his unique illness – Face Blindness – to identify the attacker. Soon their investigation leads them to a place in which the roles of attacker and victim, and even their ideas of justice, are called into question
When a bomb goes off in the home of an elderly paranoid man locked in a battle with a successful developer, Psych Crimes is called in to sort through conspiracy theories
Psych Crimes is called to investigate the brutal murder of an Aboriginal woman on a lonesome stretch of highway. Homicide already has a suspect in custody, but as the team begin to connect this case to others along the same highway, they develop a conflicting theory: there’s a serial killer on the loose.
The murder of a community health worker takes on a special meaning for Pysch Crimes, as the deceased is someone from Leo’s past, forcing him to confront his deepest regrets. Meanwhile, the investigation leads the team to discover an abused young woman who could be a victim, the perpetrator or both.
When the Property Manager at a seedy Parkdale tenement house winds up murdered, things take a strange turn when a resident with schizophrenia appears with the murder weapon, claiming the devil told him where it was. The team need to sort fact from delusion in their quest for the truth, a quest that leads deep into a terrifying nightmare.