Next Episode of 21 Jump Street is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
A group of young cops are used for their youthful appearance in order to go undercover at high schools. These young officers solve crimes involving teenagers and young adults, most often involving drugs, but also issues such as alcoholism, hate crimes, drug abuse, homophobia, AIDS, child abuse, and sexual promiscuity.
As part of a new police initiative a young looking police officer, Hanson, is sent into a high school undercover to investigate a dangerous drug dealer.
Hanson's first undercover job with the 21 Jump Street crowd. A high school student owes money to a violent drug dealer.
Hanson investigates a car theft ring while Hoffs keeps an eye on a foreign exchange student from Poland.
Hanson investigates a series of breaking and entering incidents.
Hanson and Penhall investigate the possible rape and death of a student.
Hoffs goes undercover at an all girls' school to investigate a series of fires set by an arsonist.
After a teacher's car is pipe-bombed Hanson and Hoffs go undercover to prevent an escalation of gang violence. Once there, however, they wind up in a hostage situation initiated by a Blood leader.
Hanson and Penhall investigate the disappearance of a couple of teens who may have witnessed a robbery, while Hoffs and Ioki investigate a student who is rumored to be prostituting.
Hanson and Penhall go undercover to investigate drug dealers. Hanson is approached by a student requesting that he assassinate her father.
Hanson investigates a beating that is suspected to be the result of a loan shark operation while Penhall takes care of his neighbor's baby.
Penhall and Hoffs go undercover to protect a student that is in the federal witness protection program.
Hoffs and Ioki investigate a modeling school following allegations that it is a front for a pornography company that exploits minors.
Hanson and Penhall investigate a series of vandalizations.
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