A special memorial service is to be held later this month to commemorate 100 police officers and staff who died serving the force in the north-east.
The event will be held on March 19 at Queen Street Parish Church in Aberdeen.
The names of 100 members of staff will be read out during the service and candles will be lit in their memory.
Kenny Thomson, the president of the north-east branch of the Retired Police Officers Association Scotland, said: “This service aims to bring people together to honour and remember their former colleagues, and support their families and friends.
“The list of names includes staff from the various police organisations that have existed in the north-east going back as far as 1871.
“It includes Elginshire Constabulary, Aberdeen City Police, Aberdeenshire Constabulary, the Scottish North Eastern Counties Constabulary, Grampian Police and now Police Scotland.
“There is already a well-established national memorial service held at the Scottish Police College in Tulliallan every September.
“But this service gives the opportunity for families based in the north-east to come together locally and remember colleagues who have passed away.”
The memorial event starts at 10.30am.