The Japanese government carries out a secret project which entails collection of all personal information on its citizens. The data is then analyzed to determine who will likely commit serious crimes in the future and also discover details about their future crimes. Detectives go undercover to find out that information. Norito Izawa (Ikki Sawamura) is a former elite detective at the security bureau. Due to a case, he was demoted to the documentation section of the general affairs department. Troublemakers at the National Police Agency are normally found in the documentation section. The troublemakers are purposely sent to to the documentation section to carry out the government's secret project. Edit Translation
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Overall it was good as the concept of the department was pretty interesting and unique with the crime prevention and hiding their division's true job. There were quite a few plot twists which made me impressed. Also for all the old fans of the series Sakuragi appears more at the end. Anyway i hope this season will be given a chance!!
To be honest, it's as if the viewer is following the lives of multiple detectives throughout their work and (sometimes) personal lives. Each person's back story is pretty vague, but that only seems to serve to help the characters and the story. Without so many filler episodes or different side stories, I believe that the writer(s), director(s), crew, staff, and cast have created a show completely unique yet genuinely honest to the world of detectives/police, crime, humanity, and the bittersweet truths of reality.
I hope a lot more people will give this show and the entire series a chance! Not one moment of this series is wasted and each piece of each episode from season 1 episode one to season 3 episode ten continues to build a concrete platform where a solid, superb show stands!