Warwick is suspended but his colleagues return to duty. However CCTV footage of Banjo viciously stamping on a rubbish bin causes public outrage and there are riots and lootings all over the city. Feeling unsupported by their superiors the armed response unit strike, followed by the TSG but Inglis gets them back to work with a down-to-earth, sympathetic speech. Liz is impressed and switches her allegiance from Sharon to Inglis, who ends up getting the commissioner's job and helping quell the riots. Learning of his betrayal by Matt Coward Robbie leads a raid on the journalist's flat and plants dope on him as a lever to retrieve the incriminating footage. However fellow officer Tony, not wanting to get involved, gives the film to Liz, who persuades Inglis to make it public, thus showing police openness and refusal to cover up corruption. Robbie is arrested, along with Banjo, leaving Clarkey with a clear field for Davina.
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