When an 80-year-old Alzheimer's patient at an assisted living facility is raped, Benson, Carisi and Rollins search for possible culprits in her present life as well as her past; Fin is promoted to sergeant and transferred to a new precinct.
When SVU finds a 16-year-old girl drugged and raped in the playground, they uncover the truth about her family life, which suggests she was pimped out by her older brother; Stone must prove the case or risk having her returned to her brother's care.
When an emaciated young girl is found huddled in a train bathroom quoting biblical passages, Rollins takes a special interest in her and takes it upon herself to uncover the truth about the girl's unsettling home life.
When SVU discovers the truth about the disappearance of a mother and daughter, Benson is caught between the law and her own sense of morality; meanwhile, Stone struggles to make a decision about his ill sister's health.
When a prostitute is beaten and raped, SVU looks inside the Army for the perpetrator; Benson must crack a tough witness who doesn't want to talk; and Rollins is vexed by SVU's efforts to help a "hooker."