Police officers from Bradford have joined family and friends in remembering PC Sharon Beshenivsky, on the 10th anniversary of her death.
Mrs Beshenivsky was shot dead outside a travel agency in Morley Street on 18 November 2005 while responding to an armed robbery call.
The service was held in Norfolk Gardens at 3.10pm, with a minute's silence observed at 3.25pm - the exact time the call was received.
Flowers were then laid at PC Beshenivsky's memorial.
Chief Superintendent Simon Atkin said: "The memorial service for family, friends, colleagues and community members from across Bradford was to ensure that we could collectively come together to remember Police Constable 6410 Sharon Beshenivsky.
"Our thoughts are still with Paul and his family as we recall that fateful day 10 years ago when Sharon was killed in the line of duty. We came together as friends within the police family to reflect and support, as we ensure that Sharon will not be forgotten."
Two men were jailed for life for her murder.
Mrs Beshenivsky's shift partner, PC Teresa Milburn, was also shot and injured during the incident.