Rollins and Scanavino investigate a youth hockey team when one of the players is the victim of a brutal sexual assault.
A teenager stops an assault on his mom by using a rifle, and the attacker turns out to be someone he knows.
The squad investigates a rich and powerful family when a bartender accuses one of them of rape.
A 6-year-old vanishes in the middle of a wild party his mother was hosting, and the search for the child leads Benson to reflect on her own role as a parent.
A masked man rapes a woman, and she believes he's the same criminal who stalked her in the past. Meanwhile, Tucker ponders his retirement and his future with Benson.
The CEO of a record label is questioned by police, and so is his protégé, because they may be linked to an assault involving a transgender student.
A police sergeant's son is accused of rape, and the sergeant puts Benson in a tough spot when he makes her choose between loyalty and duty.
As Benson and Rollins investigate a case of suspected rape they discover the victim's secret life, which may derail both the case and her Olympic dreams. Elsewhere, Rollins takes in her recently paroled sister.
SVU investigates a case where an affair results in an accusation of rape. Barba, although facing stiff odds and a brilliant defense attorney, presses forward with the case to prove a lie can become rape.
DNA evidence means the release of a rapist Fin arrested years ago. However, the next day another rape occurs that is particularly vicious, and Fin is pulled back into an investigation he thought he had closed.
A boy found in Central Park triggers an investigation into a possible planned mass-casualty incident. As the SVU and the joint-terrorism task force follow leads to determine the motive and the terrorists, Benson is left to persuade Barba to bring charges against the man who raped the boy's mother.