After a series of well-planned burglaries, Gower must make a command decision on whether or not to replace the head of the burglary squad who's honest but inept.
Mob attorney Allen Bardeman is the leading suspect in the murder of a city employee.
Captain Honochek puts his badge on the line to prove that an old friend is not part of a gang suspected of stealing a fortune in traveler's checks.
Searching for a wounded hood who shot a police officer, Gower learns that medical supplies are disappearing from a hospital where the hood's erstwhile galpal works as a nurse.
After a sniper wounds six girls, police surround the area. Lonnie Peterson emerges with a rifle and a confession but Gower and Honochek suspect that things are a little too cut and dried.
Gower and Honochek go after Richie Ashmond, head of a massive bookmaking ring, but get nowhere until they talk to two women in his life.
The drive by shooting death of a reformed criminal is at first blamed on the underworld but then Gower learns that the man left a large amount of money to his needy daughter.
After winning a citation for valor in the line of duty, a detective suddenly goes berserk and shoots a fellow police officer.
An academic who's a student of crime plots the real deal--a massive jewelry heist.
A former boxer is in debt to a loan shark who offers to cancel the debt in return for the boxer's participation in a robbery.
A man is forced to borrow money from his friend in order to pay a ransom for his kidnapped son.
Gower tries to protect mobster Victor Vanda from assassins so that he can be brought to justice legally.
Gower and his men are assigned to protect a neo-Nazi who has arrived in New York for a rally.