Lindsay Asks For Help

Lindsay Asks For Help

Lindsay goes to Voight and asks for help on the season 1 finale of Chicago PD.
Added:
Getting Answers

Getting Answers

Halstead finally gets the answers he seeks on Chicago PD. "The Docks" is the 14th episode of the show's first season.
Added:
Pulpo Is Released

Pulpo Is Released

The Intelligence Unit is far from happy to learn that Pulpo is being released on Chicago PD. "My Way" is the 13th episode of the show's first season.
Added:
Handling the Aftermath

Handling the Aftermath

Voight and his team do everything in their power to track down the bomber on Chicago PD. "8:30pm" is the 12th episode of the show's first season.
Added:
A Gang Related Case

A Gang Related Case

Voight and the team go after a gang involved in numerous deaths and millions of dollars in cash on Chicago PD.
Added:
A Body is Found

A Body is Found

When Lonny Rodiger's body is found, things get intense on Chicago PD. "At Least It's Justice" is the tenth episode of the show's first season.
Added:
A Material Witness Scene

A Material Witness Scene

This is a photo from "A Material Witness." It's an episode of Chicago PD Season 1.
Added:
Ruzek Undercover

Ruzek Undercover

Ruzek goes undercover when Olinsky's daughter is the witness to a shooting on Chicago PD.
Added:
Chicago PD with Guns

Chicago PD with Guns

Stick em up, people! The Chicago PD is on the case and well armed.
Added:
A New Handler

A New Handler

Voight gets a new handler from Internal Affairs on Chicago PD. "Different Mistakes" is the eighth episode of the show's first season.
Added:
The Price We Pay Scene

The Price We Pay Scene

We've loving Sophia Bush on Chicago PD. This is a still from the episode "The Price We Pay."
Added:
Protecting His Son

Protecting His Son

Can Voight protect his son from a murder charge on Chicago PD. "The Price We Pay" is the seventh episode of the show's first season.
Added:

Chicago PD Season 1 Quotes

Man: I don't know where I'm going.
Voight: Just keep driving.

You know, I basically look people in the eye for a living. You have a future beyond this neighborhood D'Anthony, and it's okay to want that. When you start to try to get out, whenever that is, you call me.

Voight