|Air date||November 20, 2014|
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Untraceable Children is the seventh episode of Psycho-Pass 2.
As Mika Shimotsuki's group handles the aftermath of the incident, apprehending those that are still playing the game, Akane Tsunemori tries to determine Kirito Kamui's motives behind obtaining Dominators, finding Sakuya Togane to be a lot like her old partner, Shinya Kogami. After checking on her grandmother, Aoi Tsunemori, she confronts Joshu Kasei on why she hasn't deactivated Mizue Shisui's Dominator privileges, deducing that Kamui is someone that the Sibyl System has decided cannot be integrated into their network of brains.
Meanwhile, Shimotsuki researches Togane's background from his computer files, learning that all of the Inspectors he has previously worked with become latent criminals and are eventually executed. She is unaware that Togane has discovered that she raided his room. As the group gathers to examine evidence found in Kamui's hideout, Sho Hinakawa learns that the holograms used by Kamui during both the clinical incident and the first incident, are taken from children who died in a plane accident fifteen years ago. The group also learns that the sole survivor of that crash is Kamui.
Tsunemori apprehends Yohei Masuzaki, a surgeon who previously operated on Kamui and is in league with him; and has Joji Saiga interrogate him. Shimotsuki decides to investigate on her own after discovering that the link to Masuzaki's medical files may also be linked to Togane's corporation. After Hinakawa creates holograms of all 185 victims of the plane crash, the group finds out that Kamui has dozens of followers right under their noses.
List of characters in order of appearance:
- One of the files on Shimotsuki's computer reveals that Togane's Crime Coefficient was once recorded at 769 in June 2083.
- Issei Maeda, one of the Japanese minor character voice actors, also provides the voice for Kaede Hasuike.
- Marie Oi, one of the Japanese minor character voice actors, also provides the voice for Tsubaki Aikawa as well as minor characters in episodes 3, 4, 8, 10, and 11.