Conway catches a young girl kicking his car.
Pressured by Boyden's questions, Linton reveals he is serving a community sentence for sexual offences.
A 17 year old boy is caught riding a stolen motorcycle.
McCann is beaten up by two men after being called to a warehouse burglary with Jarvis.
Meadows and Johnson investigate couriers smuggling in heroin.
Monroe and Cryer investigate a man who is taking driving tests for dead men.
Monroe and his officers are called to a rent party where the organiser has been seriously assaulted.
Stamp and Garfield are called to an incident between an ex-copper and a teenager.
A clothing store gets broken into.
Johnson and Woods investigate the scene of an arson attack
A man reported missing by his wife, is found shot dead the next day.
Greig and Croft visit Sally Firth who has been burgled.
A pirate radio station interfers with police radio transmission.
A father beats up his son for being gay.
As CID resign themselves to losing Grieve, Bannon's daughter calls to report that two men have abducted her father.
A boat is reported drifting down the Thames, and a body is found in the river.
Monroe and Woods arrive at a burnt-out house which may have been started deliberately.
A mother suffering from a rare spinal tumour takes an overdose.
Lines, Garfield and Bostock go undercover at a milk depot.
Woods and Carver receive a tip-off to a crack dealer's house on the Bronte Estate.
Meadows and an old jailbird help each other to eliminate a younger villain.
An affray outside a nightclub stretches the resources of Sun Hill to the limit and makes its officers realise there may be more than one way of maintaining law and order.
Jarvis has a black eye, his job is on the line and a traffic inspector is looking for him - what's he been up to?
A man is found seriously injured and a load of car spares goes missing: there seems no connection until Greig unearths a crime of passion.
The theft of kegs from pubs seems small beer to CID, until the thieves target a brewery, injuring a security guard.
Marshall tries to make a young runaway see sense. Pearce and Carver make an embarrassing mistake.
Johnson is frustrated by the progress of a burglary investigation - and alarmed by its violent consequences.
Morgan clashes with a vicious thug while Hollis hunts a fish called Kong.
Where can a mother and child be safe? In a women's refuge should be the answer.
Greig's conscience tells him one thing. DI Johnson tells him another.
Ackland crosses swords with Johnson over a series of muggings but will her commitment pay off?
A face from the past causes all sorts of trouble for Quinnan.
Greig and Ackland think they have the case against a violent burglar sewn up until a woman arrives making accusation against Ackland.
Two armed villains and a house full of money but no one's reported a crime. Can Sun Hill solve the mystery?
While the top brass at Sun Hill play politics Johnson sets about trapping an escaped prisoner.
Skase and Croft discover that their partnership wasn't made in heaven.
With radical tension already high in Sun Hill Cato has to find out who is behind the printing of racist leaflets.
An angry, young boy with a gun roams the streets. Can Cryer get to him in time?
Cato and Quinnan home in on a den of thieves - but can't find the ringleader.
A drugs raid on a pub is a great success until Lines finds a body. Johnson has to move fast to achieve a result.
Has Steel gone too far with what seems to be a personal vendetta against Cato?
A key witness in an attempted murder trial vanishes. Why? Intimidation or has he just lost his nerve?
Someone is trying cold-bloodedly to set Boyden up. Who? and why?
Meadows interrogates a young sex offender - and a father who can't face the truth.
As a straightforward burglarly gets complicated, Johnson suspects someone is taking her for a ride.
Monroe investigates a fatal car crash - but who was responsible for the tragedy?
A small boy is found wandering in his pyjamas. Meadows and Cryer have to gain his trust to unravel the mystery behind his silence.
A boy on a scrambling bike is nearly decapitated: who is to blame?
Ralph Towner makes a deathbed confession to a murder: should Meadows believe it?
When Lines comes across a fake ten pound note, he and Meadows uncover two forgers who haven't been quite clever enough.
A tramp claims to have fished a man out of the canal: but who pushed him in and why?
PC Stamp has to deal with 14 year old Dennis Read; a car thief who has badly injured a young girl and cost his family their home.
Skase bites off more than he can chew and gets a mauling from Meadows.
When a schoolmaster is savagely attacked, the immediate suspect is a young black student. Tosh Lines is not so sure.
Meadows finds that one suspicious death can lead to another.