POLICE LOG: The war between a vicious drug dealer and a priest trying to keep kids off the streets escalates when things get personal for the good father. In other news, an off-duty officer from 15 Division is brutally beaten. Detailed report follows:
Father Jean-Pierre is a priest who runs a program to keep kids off the streets. He's currently in a personal war with vicious drug dealer Curtis Payne, who firebombs his van and unleashes a hail of bullets at the good father outside his church. Andy tries to convince the priest to let the police do their job. Her words fall on deaf ears. Father Jean-Pierre takes off in his car to handle things his way.
Frank wants Luke to use some of the officers of 15 for an upcoming organized crime task force. That's a tough sell considering the division's numbers are down as far as arrests. Frank orders his charges to get back to basics. That means being proactive on the streets. Traci joins her colleagues in uniform one her first back since Jerry's murder. Luke needs to know if she'll ever be able to continue her detective rotation.
Traci and Gail pick up one of Curtis Payne's drug runners, a young girl named Jordan. The kid's tough exterior likely stems from being bounced around foster homes all her life. She has three cigarette burns on her arm. It's a sign that she's been initiated into Curtis Payne's crew. Another kid with initiation burns is a boy named Thomas. He happens to be Father Jean-Pierre's son from his previous life.