4 October 2012
Last updated at 11:26
Members of the public joined hundreds of police officers to line a street in central Manchester for the funeral of PC Fiona Bone, who was killed while on duty on 18 September.
PC Bone's funeral followed that of her colleague PC Nicola Hughes, who was killed in the same incident, and her cortege followed the same route along Deansgate to Manchester Cathedral.
Mounted police led the procession, which was accompanied by police outriders on motorbikes and followed by officers walking.
Just over two weeks ago PC Bone and her colleague PC Hughes were killed on duty while answering what had been thought to be a routine call.
Greater Manchester Police Federation chairman Ian Hanson had urged people to stand shoulder to shoulder with police at the funeral.
Family, friends and colleagues of PC Bone were inside the cathedral, while the service was also broadcast through speakers in Cathedral Gardens for hundreds of people gathered outside.
In recalling her life as a police officer, Sgt Stephen Miskell said PC Bone had been "both a calm, gentle little bookworm and yet a strong, brave rock of a woman".
More than 100 officers from across the country travelled to the city to police the funeral and allow their Greater Manchester colleagues to attend, while many more came to mourn and support their fellow officers.