Tributes have been paid after an on-duty police officer and a 91-year-old woman died in a road collision last week.
PC James Dixon, aged 39, and a 91-year-old woman died as a result of a road collision in Wargrave on the afternoon of December 5.
The collision involved a car and motorcycle which was being ridden by the on-duty police officer.
Thames Valley Police Chief Constable Francis Habgood said: “My officers, staff and I were devastated to hear the very sad news about our colleague.
“James was a hugely respected officer, serving with the force for 18 years in a variety of roles.
“In policing we often talk about the strength and importance of the police family and that is never more so as we share in the pain of loss and offer support to one another at this time of need.
“We have received countless messages of support from other forces and our emergency service partners, demonstrating that our policing and emergency services’ family extends far beyond our own borders.
“Our thoughts remain with PC Dixon’s family and friends, as well as those of the 91-year-old woman, at this very difficult time.”
He added that force flags will be flying at half-mast throughout the week as a mark of respect.
The incident has been referred to the IPCC who have begun an investigation.