Police forces across the Midlands have paid tribute to the fallen officer Andrew Harper.
The 28-year-old died after being dragged under a van on a road near Sulhamstead, Berkshire, on 15 August.
He had suffered multiple injuries on the A4 Bath Road after responding to a reported break-in.
Officers from the Midlands attended PC Harper's funeral today (14 October), while others have used social media to pay tribute.
Dudley Police Commander Sally Bourner tweeted today is a 'day for reflection'.
Leicestershire Police, Deputy Chief Constable Rob Nixon tweet he was 'on route' to pay the forces' respect.
A cortege lead by officers on horse made its way through the streets, as many watched on to honour PC Harper.
Derbyshire Police took to social media to say their 'thoughts' go to the family and colleagues of PC Andrew Harper.