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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Remembering a bad hazing decision (Season 5, Episode 11)

Street had some solid self-reflection in this episode. It opened with Deacon slamming some officers who had put a female recruit through a hazing prank. Chris and Tan talked of their own harsh hazing, which made Street reflect on how he’d put a female cop through what he thought was just harmless fun but now realizing it was bad. 

Street tried to reach out to the woman, only to find she’d quit the police force after enduring harassment from other officers. Street felt guilty for being part of this attitude, deciding he’d no longer be someone going along with this. It was a good step for Street and showed more of his amazing growth. 

Farewell to Chris (Season 5, Episodes 21-22)

The two-part Season 5 finale focused most of the spotlight on Chris deciding to leave SWAT to run a women’s shelter. But it also addressed her relationship with Street, as the pair had seen their share of ups and downs over the years. Before Chris left, she went to Street, and the pair finally hooked up.

Of course, they had to handle one last exciting case, stopping a terrorist attack on the Queen Mary. It was a good sendoff for Chris and the show made it clear she and Street would remain a couple to finally pay off on the long-teased romance.