Cumbria Constabulary have raised more than £1,300 in a football tournament to remember their fallen colleague, PC Bill Barker.
PC Barker died in Workington during the floods in 2009 while on duty when the Northside Bridge collapsed underneath him.
The Bill Barker Memorial Football Tournament took place on Friday 15 September.
Teams from the North, South and West policing areas competed against each other for the Bill Barker Memorial Trophy.
It was the North Cumbria team who won the tournament.
They were presented with the Bill Barker Memorial Trophy by Bill’s wife, Hazel Barker.
Funds were raised through match fees, a raffle and an auction.
All the money raised will go to to Bill’s chosen charity The Great North Air Ambulance ‘Pride of Cumbria’.
The tournament, which is in its eight year, was held at Whitehaven Amateurs Football Club.
The organiser of the event said: