The funeral of Fiona Bone, one of two police officers killed gun and grenade attack last month, has taken place at Manchester Cathedral.
The 32-year-old was killed in the line of duty alongside fellow officer 23-year-old Nicola Hughes, after being lured to their deaths when they responded to a reported burglary at a house in Mottram, greater Manchester.
Hundreds of people lined the streets during the procession, following on from the huge crowds who attended the funeral of PC Hughes yesterday.
Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy paid tribute to PC Bone at the service. He said:
"She set high standards for herself and others".
"Helping people and building community spirit was at the heart of everything she did."
He later added that her 'great sacrifice' would not be forgotten.
Dale Cregan, 29, is in custody charged with the officers' murders, along with those of two other men.
PC Bone had served with Greater Manchester Police for five years, and will now have a private burial in Scotland attended by her close family and friends.
Written by Alfred Joyner