The Reagans are a multi-generational family dedicated to the New York City Police Department. Although being a tight-knit family, the Reagans have very different ideas of how to gain justice. They have one thing in common - they'll stop at nothing to see justice served because their occupation is more than just a job, it's the family business.
|5/10/2013||This Way Out|
As the Reagans rally together to take down the leader of the gang responsible for the murder of someone close to them, Danny looks to the gang leader’s girlfriend to lead them to him. Meanwhile, Frank is left reeling from a second loss.
|5/3/2013||The Bitter End|
Danny blames himself when a young woman commits suicide because he had made a promise to her in the wake of her parents' deaths. Meanwhile, violence involving a gang at a housing project erupts and affects the Reagans.
|4/5/2013||Loss of Faith|
When a devoutly religious young woman is found murdered in a cemetery, Danny questions her family who is shocked to learn that she had a secret relationship.
When the same tragedy occurs to people who don’t appear connected, Danny must find what they have in common and who is responsible. Meanwhile, Frank helps an old friend come to terms with his alcoholism.
|3/8/2013||Protest Too Much|
When an off-duty cop tries to stop a bank robbery, he is disarmed by the "Bonnie and Clyde" robbers who take his gun and wound an innocent bystander. Meanwhile, Frank considers getting romantically involved with a woman from the ACLU who happens to be Erin's acquaintance.