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|←||SVU, Episode 15.04||→|
|Production number: 15004|
First aired: 9 October 2013
| Written By|
Jean de Segonzac
Brian Cassidy goes undercover for the I.A.B. when a cop accuses his precinct of corruption and sexual misconduct.
Officer Michael Groves ends up in a psych ward after turning on his old squad – he accuses the 12th precinct of cooking the books and making rape allegations disappear. Internal Affairs Lt. Tucker enlists the help of the SVU to investigate, and plants Brian Cassidy as an undercover. But one crooked cop goes to great lengths to keep things as they are, and the squad realizes too late that they put Cassidy in grave danger. The episode is based on a true event which happened when two NYPD officers picked up a drunk woman in a taxi after a complaint, and drove her to her apartment where one raped her and the other remained on watch.
- Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson
- Danny Pino as Detective Nick Amaro
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Richard Belzer as Sergeant John Munch (credit only)
- Ice-T as Detective Odafin Tutuola
- Raúl Esparza as A.D.A. Rafael Barba (credit only)
- Dann Florek as Captain Donald Cragen
- Dean Winters as Detective Brian Cassidy
- Robert John Burke as I.A.B. Lieutenant Ed Tucker
- Bill Irwin as Dr. Peter Lindstrom
- Matt Wood as Officer Kenneth Parker
- David Conrad as Officer West
- Marc Menchaca as Officer Michael Groves
- Lance Roberts as Lieutenant Terrance Wood
- Megan West as Tanya Jenkins
- Nadia Dajani as Officer Ryan Quinn
- Osh Ghanimah as Cabbie
- Danielle Dallacco as Gretchen Lyons
- Jack Ferry as Suit #1
- Danny Schoch as ESU Cop #1
- Trace Lysette as Lila
Captain Cragen shares with Olivia that Sergeant Munch has filed his retirement papers. His retirement was heavily influenced by the Mechad Carter case (American Tragedy)
- Cragen: Nothing changes except what has to.
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