An Essex police officer who was shot dead while trying to protect others from a gunman in Clacton has been honoured with a posthumous bravery award.
PC Ian Dibell, who was 41, was voted the most courageous officer in England and Wales at the annual Police Bravery Awards in London.
PC Dibell's brothers, Neil and Paul, were presented with the award by the Home Secretary, Theresa May.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, was also at the ceremony and paid tribute to PC Dibell's bravery.
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