Farewell Street: Counting the 10 best moments for the SWAT cop

As Street bids farewell to SWAT, here's a look back at the most memorable moments of the cop, from rookie to leader.

“End of the Road” – While training with Long Beach SWAT, Street discovers a biker club has stolen a cache of armor-piercing bullets and brings 20-Squad into the hunt for the gang before they can pull off a daring and deadly heist. As Hondo struggles with changes at work, Nichelle finds herself at odds with her former colleague Bruce, in part two of a two-part episode of S.W.A.T., Friday, March 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and streaming on Paramount+ (live and on demand
“End of the Road” – While training with Long Beach SWAT, Street discovers a biker club has stolen a cache of armor-piercing bullets and brings 20-Squad into the hunt for the gang before they can pull off a daring and deadly heist. As Hondo struggles with changes at work, Nichelle finds herself at odds with her former colleague Bruce, in part two of a two-part episode of S.W.A.T., Friday, March 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and streaming on Paramount+ (live and on demand /
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Back on SWAT (Season 2, Episodes 4-8)

The first episodes of Season 2 had Street not adjusting well to being back on patrol, constantly trying to throw himself into things to redeem himself. It was tricky for him but he finally swayed Hondo into letting him try out again for the SWAT Academy. 

It was a tough process as Luca (angry at Street throwing away a spot his family took seriously) rode Street hard in training. It appeared Street was coming up short but he ended up finally getting back on the team even as he had to learn to trust others and put his pride aside, showing some great growth for himself. 

Bad cop/good cop (Season 3, Episodes 11-12)

Street was put into a serious spotlight in this two-part episode that had him reconnecting with his foster brother Nate. Nate was in trouble with some local hoods, and a confrontation had Street gunning down a couple of guys and seemingly quitting SWAT. 

As it turns out, Street is going deep undercover, putting him in a tight spot. Tragically, it ends badly for Nate, sending Street out for revenge, but thankfully does the right thing in the end. It’s a big showcase for Street, even if it’s not the happiest time for him.