THE family and colleagues of Pc Ian Broadhurst held a moving anniversary service at the spot where he was shot dead by an American bodybuilder.
David Bieber, 38, murdered the 34-year-old officer, who lived in Birkenshaw, and shot two of his colleagues after he was pulled over in Oakwood, Leeds, on Boxing Day, 2003.
Bieber, who was wanted by the FBI for once ordering two killings in Florida, was jailed for life this month.
Members of Pc Broadhurst's family, including his parents, Barry Broadhurst and mother Cindy Eaton, together with West Yorkshire Police colleagues, visited the scene exactly a year after the shooting.
Two minutes' silence was kept at 4.07pm to mark the exact time he was shot.
West Yorkshire Police Chief Constable Colin Cramphorn laid a wreath at the scene of Pc Broadhurst's murder, as part of a remembrance service in Dib Lane.
Mr Cramphorn said: "Boxing Day will always remind us of Ian's murder and the attempted murder of two of his colleagues.
"Police officers do an extraordinary job, facing danger every day, and sometimes paying the ultimate price for ensuring we can be safe, at Christmas and every hour of every day.
"Ian will never be forgotten and we think of his family at what must be a difficult and painful time for them."
Pc Broadhurst's widow, Eilisa, 26, did not attend the service. But she sent a bunch of yellow roses with a note which read: "Hey babes, I miss you so much.
"Still don't know what to do a year later without you, don't really want to be here without you, but know I can't come with you.
"Keep looking after everyone darling the way you always do, I love you and miss you so much.
"See you soon my darling, lots of love your wife, Eilisa."