The family of a man who died after an assault outside a nightclub have joined with police to warn of the fatal dangers of throwing just one punch.
Mr Clement was described as a "loving family man"
Father-of-three Alan Clement, 38, died after being punched by Alexander Paul Kane outside Liquid nightclub in Basingstoke, Hampshire, in November.
Kane, 23, from the town's Coleman Close, was jailed for two-and-a-half years for manslaughter on Thursday.
Mr Clement's widow hopes to highlight the dangers of throwing a single punch.
Tracie Clement said: "Through one vicious, reckless act I have lost my husband and soul-mate, my three daughters have lost their daddy, and his father and his brother have lost their best-friend.
"Alan was a kind, funny, generous, happy, loving family man and will be deeply missed by all his family and friends.
"No length of sentence will ever make up for our loss."
Det Sup Alan Betts said: "This tragic case is a powerful reminder to all that it can only take one punch to kill a person.
"It is a very sad fact that every year in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight people die as the direct result of a single blow to the head.
"This has a devastating impact on so many lives - the victim, the victim's family, and to the person who delivered the fatal blow.
"If they could foresee the dire consequences of their action, I am certain that this would never happen.
"Emotions can rise and tempers may flare on a night out, especially if people have been drinking, but I urge everyone to think about the consequences."