Colleagues of a police officer who died when he was stabbed while answering a 999 call, are to hold a minute's silence one week on from his death.
Jon Henry leaves a wife and daughter
Pc Jon Henry, 36, was stabbed after responding to reports of an assault on a window cleaner in Luton on 11 June.
Fellow Bedfordshire Police officers, staff and volunteers will observe a minute's silence at 1000 BST in tribute to Pc Henry.
Tennyson Obih, 27, of Winsdon Road, Luton, is charged with his murder.
He is also charged with the attempted murder of two window cleaners - Steven Chamberlain and David Knight.
Chief Constable Gillian Parker said the silence would be observed at police stations across the county and invited members of the public to show their own respects.
A book of condolence has also been set up on the force website.
Further books have been opened at Luton Town Hall as well as Luton police station and the force headquarters.
Mrs Parker said: "I have been overwhelmed by the messages and tributes from all over the world.
"Although we are in mourning, this incident has strengthened, rather than weakened, our resolve to fight crime and bring offenders to justice."