Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 15, Episode 4

Internal Affairs (9 Oct. 2013)

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Cassidy is forced to infiltrate a corrupt precinct whose officers are suspected of raping young women during their shifts.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Munch (credit only)
A.D.A. Rafael Barba (credit only)
Officer West
Officer Michael Groves
Lt. Terrance Wood
Tanya Jenkins
Officer Ryan Quinn


Cassidy is forced to infiltrate a corrupt precinct whose officers are suspected of raping young women during their shifts.

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This episode is inspired in part by incidents relating to former NYPD officer Adrian Schoolcraft, a whistleblower who collected evidence of misdeeds at the 81st precinct, and who is suing the NYPD for hospitalizing him unjustifiably in a psychiatric hospital. See more »


Captain Donald Cragen: Munch put in his papers.
Detective Olivia Benson: [surprised] No, he didn't.
Captain Donald Cragen: The Mehcad Cater case hit him pretty hard. Liv, it's okay. Nothing changes, except what has to.
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A corrupt cop in a corrupt precinct.
31 December 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode focuses on a corrupt cop in a corrupt precinct. At his new assignment Dean Winters is told of a cop who likes to pick up women who are drunk and vulnerable and rape them. Just whom are those victims likely to call?

When he reports this to Internal Affairs that gets Robert John Burke's attention. In what amounts to chutzpah of the year award he goes to Dann Florek and asks for SVU's help. Still it's a sex crime and that is what they are in business apprehend.

Without a hesitation SVU does a sting operation with Kelli Giddish playing very effectively a drunken women who looks to have partied too hardy. But it nearly goes wrong.

David Conrad whom we are told is married and has a kid doesn't look like the type who would have to force his attentions on women. Watching him as the cop rapist you wonder what gave him the idea to use the badge as a sexual hunting license.

As Conrad's partner Nadia Dajani is even more terrifying. She's a plain Jane type 40 something who has this Statue of Liberty size torch for Conrad. She aids and abets in everything he perpetrates in the hopes he'll notice her some day. Truly pathetic and Dajani is the most effective one in this show.

Seeing Florek tell off Burke in the end is worth the whole show.

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