Malloy returns to patrol duty and finds that Reed is considering desk duty.
Reed risks his life for Malloy during a gun battle.
A competent, feminine officer antagonizes her peers.
A hot-shot recruit loses his gun while pursuing a burglary suspect.
Reactionaries demand a comrade's release in return for kidnapped Malloy.
During a search for a suicidal man, the partners find an abandoned baby.
A riding-academy owner (Rod Cameron) is accused of stealing horses.
Guns in the wrong hands highlight the need for educating the public in their use.
Malloy and Reed interrupt their dinner to pursue the robbers in a gas station holdup.
A nervous recruit endangers Reed and Malloy.
A shopkeeper's daughter criticizes Reed's failure to catch a robber.
Malloy and Reed suspect a wrecking yard of stealing old cars for overseas scrap metal.
A man uses a laundromat dryer to dry marijuana.
The Christmas spirit is sorely lacking on the partners' tour of duty.
Officer Reed claims that a computer error is responsible for his bad credit rating.
A drunk's antics appear harmless at first; a stakeout uncovers a cash stash.
Officer Malloy loses his self-control and faces charges of using excessive force.
A series of attacks on teenage girls prompts an undercover operation.
Armed robbers hold a girl hostage on the roof of a market.
An ex-con wants to go back "home" to prison and asks the officers to help him.
An unidentified officer reports shots fired but is unable to identify himself or his location.
The officers become suspicious when the same witness turns up at two traffic accidents.
A rebellious youth tries to buy friends at summer camp.
A teen's rebellion lands him in trouble; a biker is accused of running over an elderly pedestrian.
The officers initiate an investigation into medical fraud.
On temporary duty at the Los Angeles airport, the officers deal with a runaway boy and a theft.
In separate helicopters, the officers pursue a stolen light aircraft.
The officers take to the air as they begin a special assignment with the Air Support Division.
Reed's overanxious attempt at a tan complicates the day for him and his partner.
A shooting spree, a bar brawl and a dead husband occupy officers.
The officers tangle with a bow-and-arrow-wielding Indian and with an armed and wounded robber.
Malloy draws a police rookie as a partner when Reed draws desk duty.
While on patrol, a call comes in from a woman who is sure she hears the roar of a lion in her neighborhood. They then pursue a suspect in a holdup, and Malloy is the focus of an article written by his partner.
Officer Reed walks into a bank during a robbery and is taken hostage.
A spilled bottle of perfume in their car signals a bad day for the officers.
A meter-reader, an artist, an irate father and a drunk occupy officers.
Officer Reed's squeaky shoes cause a problem for Officer Malloy.
A boy (Johnny Whitaker) terrorizes a neighborhood with his minibike.
Rampart has a new dispatcher and Malloy ponders her voice as Reed shares his frustration over not being able to understand her giving of street names, all while trying to find a man who is said to be building a cache of weapons.
The chase is on as the officers search for a huge, angry dog and an elusive burglar.
A know-it-all trainee complicates life for the officers.
The crash of a light plane interrupts Reed's teasing of Malloy.
A teenage robber challenges the Adam-12 team.
The officers refuse to be duped by a press agent who parades his client nude on the beach.
Motorcycles and a helicopter add excitement to the Adam-12 team's day.
Malloy and Reed take to the hills on horseback to track down thieves.
The team learns that crime has no respect for age or race.
Reed and Malloy police the waterfront.
A teenage dope addict and a teenage car thief fight the law and Officers Malloy and Reed.
Malloy helps a sergeant communicate with his son.
Several calls to the same home on a "disturbing the peace" complaint end in tragedy.
Officer Malloy dodges bullets -- and advice on how to spend $10,000.
A witness accuses Reed of shooting an unarmed man.
Malloy and Reed have a busy night that ends in three tragedies.
Officers are caught in a trap set by two young criminals.
A beauty reports a prowler and a "beast" is polluting the air.
The arrest of a female shoplifter leads the officers into a tragic chain of events.
The new commissioner travels with the officers on night watch.
Malloy and Reed cite the new police commissioner for a traffic violation.
Malloy's apartment house manager pickets the police department.
A woman's suicide attempt plagues the officers.
It's the wrong season for a phony cyclist and a phony appliance sale.
A private investigator follows a bail-jumper.
Malloy and Reed cope with a tailor who wants vengeance, and a bar girl who tries to bilk a tourist.
It's Malloy's birthday -- and a case provides the perfect present.
An unlikely witness helps catch a killer.
Officer Reed accuses a fellow officer of unnecessary cruelty to suspects.
Malloy and Reed are assigned to a new car in an experiment to catch car accessory thieves.
A 6-year-old boy is saved from death and a 13-year-old drug addict is apprehended.
A girl leads the officers to a suspicious plane and jeep in the mountains.
Officer Malloy dates the new girl in the steno pool who is the niece of a fellow officer.
Members of a motorcycle club help Reed and Malloy apprehend motorcycle-riding purse-snatchers.
Malloy and Reed play mother hen over a young reservist.
The officers, aided by a helicopter relaying instructions, pursue robbery suspects.
Malloy and Reed work with young hot rodders in an effort to get them off the streets.
Four witnesses contradict Malloy's eyewitness account and accuse Sgt. MacDonald of reckless driving.
A frustrated actor abducts an airline stewardess in a dramatic attempt to get a television role.
The Chinese community faces a new menace from young hoodlums.
The officers halt a black market baby transaction and uncover a suspicious pill program at a college.
A parole officer (Trini Lopez) tries to keep an athlete off drugs.
Bandits using tear gas and a unique escape route rob an armored truck at a savings and loan.
Reed goes under cover and gets help from a dope-addicted singer to smash a drug ring.
Malloy and Reed arrest a pair of phony money passers and catch a robber in the act.
Officers Malloy and Reed arrest a dope peddler and her supplier.
A returning officer is unable to cope with new Adam-12 procedures.
Malloy and Reed are targets of a sniper who is really after Reed.
Malloy and Reed cut short a female hitchhiker's extortion racket.
Malloy and Reed subdue an enraged wrestler at a bar and settle a dispute in a used car lot.
Two killers capture Reed while he and Malloy are transporting a prisoner through Malibu Canyon.
Officer Reed comes up with a unique plan for halting daytime burglaries.
Malloy and Reed are out to catch an elusive saboteur on a one-man anti-pollution campaign.
Malloy disappears into the wilds of Griffith Park while pursuing a robbery suspect.
The officers answer several robbery calls, engage in a street chase and arrest a dope peddler.
A wealthy police buff oversteps the law and endangers the officers' safety.
The officers round up a gang of hoodlums engaged in an anti-Semitic shakedown.
A safecracker gets into buildings without any evidence of a forced entry.
A former cowboy star's riding school is burglarized.
A missing press, an independent old-timer and an unusual motorist make up a full day for Adam-12.
Malloy overlooks renewing his driver's license and has to leave the driving to Reed.
Armed thugs, a battered child and a heedless motorist occupy officers.
A young woman tries to cash a found check; Reed and Malloy are accused of poaching in another officer's territory; a thief is found hiding in a mortuary.
Two officers are ambushed by members of a militant group.
A bitter ex-cop and a Hollywood starlet present problems for Malloy and Reed.
Officer Reed gets needled by a fellow officer for his faith in man.
A simple traffic violation turns into a serious case that nearly leads to gunplay.
Malloy and Reed search for an elusive bar girl who can help to clear an officer of a blackmail charge.
Two armed robbers holding hostages and a series of burglaries occupy Malloy and Reed.
A priest calls in the police to try to avert a teenage gang war.
Members of a family specializing in phony home repairs zero in on a neighborhood.
Officers deal with a distraught mother and an elderly astrologer.
Christmas Eve brings mixed blessings to Malloy and Reed when they have to arrest Santa Claus.
Family quarrels distract from an arson investigation.
The officers flirt with death in skirmishes with a dangerous shakedown artist.
One policeman's life is presented in dramatic documentary style.
Malloy and Reed investigate burglaries in a wealthy neighborhood.
Malloy and Reed search for a child whose disappearance becomes increasingly serious.
Malloy and Reed cope with miniskirted hitchhikers who steal cars.
A young boy's photographic memory proves to be the decisive factor in a burglary case.
A young purse snatcher tries bigger game.
Malloy and Reed have to exercise their wits when they have to deal with a drunken driver.
A courageous teenager comes forward as a witness against hoodlums -- only to be abducted.
Malloy and Reed arrest the daughter of a wealthy industrialist on a shoplifting charge.
Malloy and Reed arrest the son of a wealthy manufacturer who then offers them lucrative jobs.
Malloy and Reed capture a pair of bandits in a shootout.
The officers search for an alleged kidnapper, engage in a shootout and capture two hijackers.
A watchman is rescued from a burning warehouse.
Malloy is assigned desk duty because of a broken wrist but still finds plenty of action.
Malloy and Reed call the Firearms and Explosives Section when they suspect they have found a bomb.
Malloy and Reed get an unexpected assist from an ex-convict when a gang of hoodlums attacks them.
Malloy and Reed work a busy shift that includes the arrest of a drunken pilot.
A pleasant evening for Malloy and Reed is interrupted by a teenage neighbor who is high on drugs.
Reed and Malloy work with the Internal Affairs Division when a detective is suspected of wrongdoing.
Malloy and Reed break up a barroom hassle, chase speeders and duck shotgun blasts.
The officers must capture a sniper lodged atop a theater building.
Malloy and Reed receive directions from a helicopter during a high-speed chase.
Malloy is wounded and taken prisoner when he walks into a cafe where a robbery is in progress.
The officers face a gang of toughs who attempt to interfere in a narcotics arrest.
The officers assist a rescue crew extricating a boy trapped in a homemade cave.
Officer Reed finds narcotics at a house where he and Malloy are arresting a man on a traffic warrant.
Malloy and Reed respond to an armed robbery at a church rectory.
Officer Reed spends a frustrating day on minor calls while his wife is in the hospital about to give birth.
Malloy and Reed run into trouble on their day off when a motorcycle gang attacks their picnic.
Malloy and Reed turn up a murder suspect in what first appears to be a hit-and-run pedestrian fatality.
Malloy and Reed capture a pair of robbers and then keep their cool to ward off a riot.
Journalists tail Malloy and Reed, seeking evidence of police brutality.
Malloy and Reed track down a suspect wanted as a result of a crime spree in lovers lane.
Malloy and Reed, working out at a local park, make friends with many youngsters.
Reed can't understand why his "shaggy dog" story isn't getting a hilarious response.
Malloy and Reed investigate a dispute between neighbors over a jointly owned boat.
A smitten heiress pursues Malloy after he gives her a ticket.
Malloy and Reed answer a "child left alone" call and uncover a child-neglect case.
Malloy and Reed risk their lives to rescue a fellow officer who is shot and wounded.
Officers Malloy and Reed fight against time to thwart a 17-year-old's suicide.
Malloy, a part-time university student, finds himself in the middle of a campus riot.
Malloy tries frantically to dissuade a man from leaping from the roof of a building.
Malloy and Reed forget to "go by the book" when citing a traffic violator who turns out to be wanted for armed robbery.
Reed is questioned in detail after he shoots and kills a 16-year-old sniper.
Malloy and Reed round up a homesick Texan who has "borrowed" a horse.
Malloy and Reed break up a narcotics ring as they lead a raid on the apartment of a suspected dope pusher.
Malloy and Reed answer a silent alarm and wind up in a shootout with three suspects.
A stolen car containing toys for a needy family is the object of a widespread search.
Malloy and Reed call at a house where a girl is suffering from the ill effects of narcotics.
Malloy and Reed rescue two men from a burning house, break up a neighborhood feud and look for a stolen car.
Malloy and Reed match wits with a pair of burglary suspects inside a factory.
Reed and Malloy investigate a lawn theft.
Malloy and Reed help a citizen who is besieged by a busload of 51 friendly Mexican children.
Malloy and Reed answer a "loud noise" complaint and find a baby sitter in trouble.
Malloy and Reed look for a robbery suspect, help a woman in a car crash and settle a family dispute.
Reed and Malloy respond to an "officer needs help" and Reed finds that one of his academy colleagues has been critically wounded.
Malloy and Reed assist a young mother trying to protect her baby from a deranged man.
The officers of Adam-12 are involved in a high-speed chase, a murder case and a family dispute.
Malloy and Reed attempt to save two small victims of narcotic pills.
Officer Pete Malloy is considering resigning from the police force.