Sr. Corporal Rich Emberlin and Sr. Corporal Robert Cockerill must charge into a house to nab a murder suspect who allegedly knifed his neighbor to death.
SWAT team negotiator Jake "JD" Byas faces the toughest challenge of his career--dealing with an armed murder suspect who's barricaded in a motel room, and threatening to kill himself and anyone who tries to get him out.
Randy Lancaster and his team try to bust a house of prostitution, but they don't know if anyone inside is armed or if there are hostages. Meanwhile, Andre Taylor confronts a man in an SUV who's holding a gun to his head and threatening to kill himself.
When a car used to rob a large cache of assault rifles is found parked outside a house in a Dallas suburb, the SWAT team is called in. Meanwhile, Senior Corporal Steve Claggett takes us on a dangerous raid of an alleged meth house.
Officers Steve Claggett and Rich Emberlin are called out to help execute an arrest warrant on a gang of suspected crack-cocaine dealers barricaded inside a house.
Rich and his team square-off with a gang of alleged crack-cocaine dealers who've built a fortified cage around their house. Meanwhile, Christian spearheads an effort to persuade his fellow officers to pose for a charity SWAT calendar.
Dallas SWAT responds to a man who has barricaded himself in his apartment and is shooting multiple rounds aimlessly out the window. Meanwhile, Officer Johnny Baker helps to execute a narcotics warrant at a home where two young children reside.
When Dallas patrol officers respond to a disturbance call, they find an armed parole violator intent on not returning to jail. The suspect fires at police and barricades himself in a bathroom.
SWAT takes its training to whole new heights when they learn extreme rope climbing and rappelling techniques. Later that week SWAT participates in an undercover drug sting that doesn't go exactly as planned.