Carisi's future brother-in-law makes a rape accusation against his female parole officer, forcing Carisi to investigate whether his sister fiance is telling the truth or allowing his old habits to resurface.
Stabler goes undercover as a sex addict to catch a predator after the daughter of a respected sexual psychotherapist is attacked. The therapist, however, is reluctant to cooperate and suspects that he may be responsible.
After a sexual assault is broadcast over a university Intranet, Stabler is led to a computer expert on campus who is threatening to kill the victim if SVU doesn't look into the disappearance of his brother in 2003.
A journalist who hosts a program that exposes predators gets a disturbing package from a stalker, but it may also help her find the person who kidnapped her sister 25 years ago, with the help of detective Benson and Sonya Paxton.
After the CEO of a weapons company is stabbed in the groin in a parking garage, Benson and Stabler are forced to go undercover in a modern-day swingers club to get information about the possible suspects.
A rape victim is killed right before the trial of her accused rapist, a celebrity hair stylist, begins. However, prosecuting the suspected killer is difficult because he is working as a federal informant.
Detective Rollins believes that SVU has caught a serial rapist from one of her earlier cases in Georgia, but an impassioned request after a suicide attempt leads Amaro to think they may have the wrong person.
When a baby of a couple from out of town goes missing, the team tries to find him. But they later turn their focus on the parents, because the story they tell doesn't add up. And they find evidence that leads them to think that the baby died and they brought it to New York to dispose of the body.
A.D.A. Cutter tries to prosecute an African American drug dealer who raped a 19 year old music student, but his opposing counsel is a high-priced attorney who is devoted to protecting the civil rights of accused minorities.