The detectives are called to investigate when a hotel maid reports being assaulted by a powerful Italian diplomat.
Detectives Benson and Tutuola dig into the past of a basketball star while investigating sexual abuse charges against his former coach.
When a pregnant 13-year-old won't identify the father of her baby, Benson and the squad try to determine if she was raped; after the investigation uncovers a secret, someone goes missing.
When a dancer is raped by a man with a unique tattoo, details of the case remind Rollins of a serial rapist she was tracking in Atlanta.
The detectives investigate when woman visiting from Buffalo, N.Y., claims her car was stolen with her baby in the backseat.
The squad makes a quick arrest when a student is raped at gunpoint in her apartment, but the defense attorney works to undermine their police work.
When a young mail-order bride is found dead, the investigation leads the detectives to the Russian mafia.
Detectives Benson and Rollins investigate when a mental patient says he witnessed a rape, but the alleged victim denies the assault happened.
When a child disappears on his way home from school, Benson and Amaro interview the distraught parents, who don't trust the police; with the help of their TARU tech (Gilbert Gottfried) and a meddling reporter, the detectives narrow the suspects list.
When the detectives find a missing 14-year-old working as a prostitute, they set up a sting to put the johns away for statutory rape and find one of her customers is a former professional football player.
The detectives investigate a rape of an actress during a theater production.
When the detectives investigate the sexual assault of the executive of a private military-contract company, they discover a larger conspiracy in Iraq.
After auditioning for a reality show, a woman is found in Central Park unconscious, with drugs in her system and evidence of sexual assault; Detective Benson and Executive ADA Haden (Harry Connick Jr.) continue to grow closer.
The investigation into a home invasion that ended with two dead leads to a shocking revelation about Detective Rollins.
Benson and Executive ADA Haden must cut their romantic weekend short to investigate the disappearance of an underage prostitute, who seems to be one in a series of escorts who went missing after advertising on a newspaper's website.
Olivia's half-brother shows up looking for help when child services threatens to take his kids away; the investigation into an abandoned baby found by a homeless couple leads to a shocking discovery.
A rape investigation leads to one of Detective Benson's old cases being reopened; as Benson's work is scrutinized, her relationship with Executive ADA David Haden is put in jeopardy.
A man sees his wife abducted while video chatting with her, but Benson finds that the victim tried to pick up the ransom herself.
A vigilante group forms in response to a string of rapes; concerns over his wife's fidelity distract Amaro.
When a teenage girl disappears, the squad discovers a suspect who seems to be targeting young, vulnerable women with a similar personal connection; Dr. Huang delves into his past in order to help solve the case.
Detective Tutuola's future son-in-law becomes the latest victim in a series of hate crimes against gay men; the squad searches for a connection when a school teacher (Tony Hale) is attacked in a similar fashion.
When the investigation into a missing teen leads the detectives to a severed leg, they are drawn into the world of self-mutilation and ritual amputation.
The team must proceed with caution when an underage escort is found dead at a wild bachelor party with high-profile people in attendance; Brian Cassidy (Dean Winters), a former SVU detective who is working under, helps Benson and Amaro investigate.