Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this Canadian police drama is milder than most U.S. cop shows, but it still has plenty of content that makes it an iffy choice for younger viewers. Subjects like prostitution, drug dealing, addiction, and murder are consistently discussed, and gunshot victims (often with bloody wounds) are visible. Characters are sometimes shown getting undressed and standing in their underwear, and they often unwind over beer, tequila, martinis, and other drinks.
Prostitutes are often suspects and/or witnesses. Officers are occasionally shown taking off their outer clothes and/or standing in their underwear in locker rooms.
People are chased, shoved, and knocked down. Guns are visible, shots are fired, and bloody gunshot wounds are visible. Some minor hazing scenes, including forcibly handcuffing rookies and making them find a way to get out.
Generally mild; potential for words like "hell" and "damn."
The rookie cops must rely on their own strengths -- and each other -- to succeed. Hard work matters, but it isn't always enough.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink beer, tequila shots, martinis, and other liquor at bars. The police also often find themselves dealing with drug dealers and addicts and investigating crimes at crack houses.