A fresh-faced police officer has more than most to prove on the beat in Hillingdon - as she tries to impress her dad at home and at work.
Lucy, 22, and 59-year-old David Wright, both work for the Metropolitan Police in Hillingdon.
Emergency response team officers David and Lucy share an equal passion for the job despite a stark contrast in their career span.
And they had cause for double celebration last month with their newly-formed working partnership, as Lucy celebrated her 22nd birthday the same weekend as Father's Day.
Police Sergeant David Wright has been a police officer for over 36 years. His vast experience includes policing at Heathrow Airport, working within the Diplomatic Protection Group and other units in west London.
He said: "It was a complete surprise to me when Lucy passed her exams to become a police officer, especially when she never even told me she considered a career in policing!
"Seeing Lucy at work fills me with so much pride.
"I know that my commitment and excitement for the job must have rubbed off on Lucy.
"I enjoy the job now just as much as I did 36 years ago, and I wouldn't change anything about the path I took.
"Lucy joining the service is a true gift to me as a father and I know she will go far in everything she does. She is such a great talent."
Police Constable Lucy Wright is in her ninth month of service, having completed her exams and training in January 2015.
She said: "While I was growing up, I was always interested in what my dad did. I was intrigued by his stories, interested in the people and situations he encountered, and would love to hear about the criminals he would catch!
"He inspired me to join the police, and from the first moment I took to the streets I knew this job was for me.
"I'm lucky to be working in the same borough and unit as my dad and it does have its perks. I get the same excitement about hearing his stories, and now I can share my own, and listen to his advice as a colleague.
"I'm learning so much each day with each shift and I'm really excited about the future and what this job will bring."
David and Lucy experienced a personal tragedy four years ago when David's wife, Lucy's mother, died in a collision in Wiltshire as a result of a drunk-driver. The woman was subsequently jailed for eight-and-a-half years.
Speaking to getwestlondon, Lucy said: "One of my first arrests earlier this year was of a man who was displaying signs of drink-driving. He has since been charged, dealt with by the courts and disqualified from driving.
"This is already the most rewarding arrest I've made and, if I can protect the public, I know I'm making a real difference."
Borough Commander Nick Downing said: "You can't help but smile when you are in the company of Dave and Lucy.
"They may be at different ends of their service, but it is hard to distinguish who has just started their career as their unwavering enthusiasm is infectious.
"It is unique to have a father and daughter team working together to protect the communities of Hillingdon."