The team is on the trail of Nigel Wren, who has been grooming young girls online by posing as a 13-year-old; when Jacob and Terry enter Wren's home to put a trace on his Internet activity, they discover he has made an arrangement to meet a teenager.
Mickey is rescued from a beating by a homeless girl; Max and Banksy investigate a fraudster who terrifies the homeless community; an elderly man is found dead in an alleyway and evidence begins to point to Nicola.
Nikki thinks that a man threatening to jump from a factory building could be a lead in exposing a child pornography ring; elsewhere, Reg and Phil are assigned to a case where a valuable necklace has gone missing from a sealed coffin.
Diane and Will are called to a traffic accident where they find the victim wasn't wearing a seatbelt and has alcohol on her breath; Lorna confirms that there were definitely two people in the vehicle at the time of the accident.
Officers Will Fletcher and Dan Casper come across a confused and partially clad woman in the street and take her in for questioning; the woman claims that she was raped, but CCTV footage tells a different story.
Meadows crashes his car, narrowly avoiding a masked man who flees after discovering Meadows is a police officer; the traffic unit doesn't believe Meadows' account of events and his career could be over unless he can prove his story.
The prime suspect in the Cindy Statham case is now Larry Franks, an obsessive stalker; in a further twist, CCTV footage reveals evidence of Cindy's half-brother screaming at her in a restaurant on the day she died.
Phil receives news of a burglary at the home of Louis Dreyfuss; Monica Dreyfuss tells him that the intruder threatened to kill her unless she gave him the combination to the safe, but Grace is suspicious.
Sally and Emma discover Linda Mazvidza badly beaten; her partner suggests that the attack may be racist as she is an asylum seeker, but her son is found with a bag of passports which she has been selling.
Reg is stabbed while attempting to help a woman who has been attacked; one possible suspect is her neighbor, Michael Simms, a paranoid schizophrenic, who has been arrested before for abducting a woman at knife point.
"Assault on Sun Hill" was a two-part storyline that in the long-running police procedural British television series, The Bill. Broadcast on 27 and 28 December 2007, the storyline is significant in the show's history as it involved a raid on the Sun Hill police station, which resulted in trauma for a number of officers.
"Confessions of a Killer" is an episode of the long-running police procedural television series, The Bill, broadcast in 2005. The episode is significant in the show's history, as it features the events of the second Sun Hill Fire, which resulted in the death of three officers. The episode attracted over nine million viewers, and was only the second time computer generated imagery had been used on the show. The imagery was used because producing a real explosion and fireball ripping through the station corridors was not possible.
Gina Gold resolves not to tell anyone that she has cancer, but Amber Johannsen spots her in the gynecologist department at the hospital; Gabriel Kent is hailed as a hero when he rescues the schoolgirl whose stepmother is suspected of abuse.