Anna Pihl is a new police officer at Bellahøj Police Station. Here, in one of the most populated and busy police districts in the country, she spends her first day of work – and it turns out to be anything but a boring Monday. Anna was a police trainee in a provincial area, so she doesn’t know Copenhagen, the many districts of the city or the various population groups, and to make matters worse, Anna has to bring her son, Mikkel, to the station. Out on her first patrol, Anna gets involved in a case about a restraining order among spouses - and Anna gets into a fight, that sends two men to the ER. Was it Anna’s fault? Did she overreact or was it unavoidable? The case doesn’t stop there, and soon the new big city cop is involved in than she ever dreamt of, and the consequences are dire.
Anna Pihl’s regular partner, Mikala, is still in the hospital after the knife attack, so now the brand new police officer is given a new partner at Bellahøj Police Station. She’s ordered to partner up with the rule-bound and rigid officer Kim – known among colleagues as KGB. The two people, who will now sit close together in a patrol car for eight hours a day, every day, are very different, and Anna and Kim’s different world views are put to a test, when they’re called to an immigrant family, where the daughter has been beaten up. Immediately, Kim suspects the girl’s family, but Anna’s intuition tells her, that the case is about something entirely different. But what do you do when your colleague acts like a dumb racist and the man you’re flirting with turns out to have a girlfriend? Can Anna make her new life as a city cop work with her private life as a single mother?
On a night patrol drive, Anna and her partner Kim find a dead woman in an apartment. The woman is extremely obese and the criminal investigation department as well as the forensic investigation department closes the case – convinced that the woman died from heart failure. But Anna is obsessed with the thought that the woman was murdered, and she asks her father, a retired detective superintendent, for help. He is busy with his new girlfriend, and in her attempt to solve the case Anna goes beyond her authority and poses as a police investigator. In her private investigation, she comes to suspect the woman’s neighbor for the homicide, and Anna gets in deep trouble with her bosses at Bellahøj Police Station, where Mikala is attempting to resume her work without psychological after-effects of the attack. And Anna still can’t sort her feelings for Martin.
A dog has jumped aboard a HT-bus and the passengers are frightened. Luckily, Anna Pihl has a way with animals, and along with her partner Kim, she is able to calmly and quietly drive the dog back to its owner. However, Anna is quick to suspect that the owner is mistreating the dog and by taking resolute action she becomes the hero of the day at Bellahøj and in the newspapers. But Anna also calls the wrath of the criminal investigation department upon her and ends up as a pawn in a political game about police resources. The case of the dog gets a bloody end, while Mikala overreacts to a young shoplifter. Mikkel is turning five and on the night before Martin’s ex-girlfriend shows at Anna’s home with a disturbing message. At the same time, Anna is having trouble accepting her father’s new, young girlfriend.
A rapist is prowling the streets of Copenhagen, and the police have no decisive clues in the case. The perpetrator is called "The Indian", because he pulls a lock of hair off the women, and it turns out that Martin’s ex-girlfriend got uncomfortably close to him. While Anna Pihl tries to help out with the investigation of the rapes, Mikala and Kim drive out to a villa, where there was a break-in. Mikala can hardly resist taking the expensive stuff in the house, and one night when they go out, Anna discovers that her colleague is getting out of her depth. Martin has gotten a new job in the police’s plain-clothes Delta group, and it turns out that Anna has more than one infatuated suitor. Back in the apartment, Jan’s mother comes by for dinner, and it turns out, that there’s something Jan hasn’t told her.
After the homicide of Martin’s ex-girlfriend 'The Indian' is still at large. Anna Pihl has offered to be a plain-clothes decoy in the attempt to catch the rapist/murderer, and her colleagues back her up by in this dangerous operation. However, Anna’s father believes that the police are underestimating the intelligence of the murderer, and both Henning and Jan fear for Anna’s safety. The course of the investigation, Anna gets to feel the breath of the rapist on the back of her neck but not in the way she expected. Martin is becoming serious about his courtship, but Anna doesn’t quite know how to surrender to love. Nevertheless, she does something that surprises Martin. Mikala’s service pistol has ended up in the wrong hands, and suddenly she finds herself trapped in an insoluble dilemma.
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