Chicago PD season 5
Chicago P.D. season 5 continues to highlight the activities of the P.D. in Chicago. Although there will be some changes, because of what the unit may seem a bit unfamiliar to us. The next season will continue to reveal the secrets of Hank Voight, and also to tell the viewer about the relationship of employees. So, for example, Erin Lindsay will still agree to work in the counterterrorism unit of the FBI in New York in episode 1 of season 5. Her storyline in this TV show will end on this. On the contrary, detective Antonio Dawson, who transferred as a detective to the district prosecutor’s office in the middle of season 4, returns to his native Penates in the new season 5. The main character Hank Voight, although a “werewolf in epaulettes”, continues to protect the city from bandit wars and restrain calm in the new episodes of season 5 Chicago P.D.
The district is in a state of change - Lindsay has moved to New York- and the CPD is under scrutiny about the corrupt nature of its institution. Under the watchful eye of the city, the team attempts to bust a gun deal that quickly turns dicey when innocent civilians and children get involved. Tension erupts when Chief Lugo brings in Denny Woods to review the shootout, and Halstead becomes a key player in the outcome of the case.
After a van explodes during a Chicago street festival, a Muslim patrol officer Frank Toma goes missing and evidence quickly piles up pointing to his involvement. Burgess - who helped train Toma - is desperate to prove his innocence, even if that means going against her superiors.
When a young Latina woman is brutally murdered, Intelligence suspects she may have been working as a drug mule. With Antonio leading the case, the team's investigation takes them into the grim world of meat processing, and the discovery that there may be a different motive behind her death.
While investigating a drug-related homicide, Intelligence is stonewalled by the 'no-snitch' culture of the neighborhood. And Atwater discovers a personal connection to the case. Meanwhile, the police's own code of silence is put to the test when Upton is asked about Ruzek's rough altercation with a suspect.
When Intelligence busts a meth lab run by gang leader Marshall Carter, they uncover a re-homing scam in which children adopted from foreign countries are abandoned, then sold online. Meanwhile, Atwater struggles with the difficult decision about whether to move his siblings Jordan and Vinessa to a safer environment outside of Chicago.
A picture perfect family is shot dead in their home and the team goes in search of a drug dealer with a likely connection. Voight asks for the help of Vice Sergeant Sean McGrady who has an old beef with Upton. When McGrady turns up dead during the investigation, the case takes an unlikely turn.
In the wake of several gang-related child abductions, Intelligence must race against time to find a kidnapped boy. Owing to their swiftness and military precision, the team scours the VA records and tracks the suspects to a former Army Ranger. With his previous experience as a Ranger, Halstead convinces Voight to send him undercover to try and get information from inside.
One of Voight's friends, Congressman Scott Graynor is found passed out in his hotel room with a dead Ukranian girl. When Intelligence discovers the murder is connected to a sting and Burgess' boyfriend is working with the Feds, Burgess must choose between compromising her case or her boyfriend's case.
The death of Judge Tommy Wells' daughter puts Intelligence on the track of a pill mill spreading into the suburbs of Chicago and the doctor enabling it. Meanwhile, Voight discovers who's been leaking information from the 21st.
Halstead's partying with Camila unintentionally puts him in the middle of a drug-related homicide. He's forced to choose between loyalty to his unit and his girl. Meanwhile, Voight finally discovers the mole in his unit.
While trying to find the pimp, Intelligence stumbles on the women's shelter where he's scouting out girls. And Burgess moves the case forward with a series of confidential tips, but risks putting her informant in harm's way.
When Atwater disappears at the house of a convicted felon, the evidence doesn't look promising - with his belongings and his blood left behind. Intelligence rallies to rescue him before it's too late. And Atwater struggles for survival faced with not only his captor but also a difficult connection to his past.
When a gang from El Salvador infiltrates Chicago, Intelligence works with a visiting detective to put an end to the crew's brutal tactics. Antonio finds himself getting close to the Salvadoran Detective, Marcella Gomez, only to learn she has a hidden motive for being in Chicago. Meanwhile, Voight learns that the body of his son's killer has been found.