"The Bridge" is a police district which a includes a wealthy, upscale suburb and a lower-class, crime-plagued neighborhood, with the two separated by a highway bridge. Frank Leo, the newly elected police union head with an angry attitude and no patience for the corruption that permeates the force, does whatever is called for to protect the beat cops in Bridge District from the brass as they do a difficult an underappreciated job.
When beat cop Frank Leo becomes fed up with the corrupt police brass, he leads a walkout strike and makes himself a target as a renegade union rep.
Frank is willing to face the brass and account for himself, but he discovers that his father has been made a target as well.
"Play by the book" rules are set aside when Frank looks into the death of a retired narcotics officer.
A hostage situation during a restaurant robbery gone bad turns Frank into a negotiator.
A shooting outside a gym requires Frank to investigate two fellow police officers.
A couple of cops face the consequences of their decision to transport an injured child to the hospital, rather than wait for an ambulance.
Frank works to convince the brass to devote equal resources to resolve kidnappings on opposite sides of the Bridge district - one in a wealthy neighborhood, the other in a poor neighborhood.
An undercover officer is murdered and Frank decides to investigate, but he has to do so without revealing the cop's identity.
Frank investigates a call girl service operated by a cop.
When one cop leaves his partner to fend for himself during a pursuit, Frank gets involved.
An officer is killed in a roadside attack.
An undercover weapons deal goes awry.