The Precinct, 4:50 PM The Sergeant stood impatiently in the parking lot, knowing full well that the memo to her new team had plainly stated for everyone to meet at 5. However, she was hoping that more of them would be here early. Instead, she was faced with a dwarf and the well-meaning officer she had requested to join this squadron. Seeing the pair of them before her amused her greatly. It wasn't just the height difference, either. Dirk was quiet and clearly holding himself back from saluting, while Nico grumbled and kicked at the trash and lose gravel underneath his feet. "What do you say we set out without them? I wanna bust in some goddamn skulls and we ain't gonna see any action around here," the dwarf groaned. Dirk cast him a horrified look. That boy still had way too many manners in him. Those'd vanish with time if he kept up this line of work. Sucking in a deep breath, the officer sported a wry smirk, "I wouldn't get cocky if I were you. Getting into fights at a bar is one thing, but police work requires some finesse. We've got convicts joining us who might be better suited to this than you." Tanya quirked a brow and tried to hide her surprise. Maybe she'd been wrong. Maybe Officer Christopolous had gotten a bit of spine alongside this promotion. That was until Nico had miraculously managed to get the officer into a headlock. The sergeant had missed exactly how that managed to unfold, and she wished to god she could rewind that. There was no underestimating the short bastard now, and she quickly removed her pistol from its holster, aiming it between the two of them, "Alright, both of you, cut it out. Save the violence for people not on our payroll." She watched as Nico and Dirk both froze and stood back upright. Dirk flushed slightly and looked away while Nico cracked his knuckles and looked around impatiently. They all milled around and hoped for someone to arrive and break up the silence that had just descended. Sergeant Jones quickly put the gun away once more and sighed. She knew it was going to be difficult with the files she'd been handed, but she never imagined that she'd be stuck with a bunch of children. At least they'd soon be too preoccupied with a real case to worry about petty squabbles. At least, that was the hope.