It was a solemn Thursday (Apr. 20) morning in Sherwood Park. 

Mourners and members of the RCMP, Edmonton Police Service, and many more law-enforcement organizations were in the city to honour Constable Harvinder Singh Dhami, who lost his life earlier this month after being involved in a collision while responding to a call. 

"We just wanted to show our support," said Amila Robinson, one of the mourners who lined the procession route. "The policing community is really suffering right now." 

"Our hearts, in our household, have broken for everyone that's affected and their families and there have just been a lot of hard times I think with policing." 

The sound of bagpipes and drums filled the air as onlookers paid their respects.

"We're just here to show our respects, we were out at the Edmonton Police funeral as well and we just thought we would come out and show our respects to the RCMP officer," said Inge Fenger-Andersen, another mourner taking in the procession. 

The procession started at the Bethel Lutheran Church and marched its way toward Millenium Place, where the funeral service would take place. 

Dhami's family has asked people to support their local Meals on Wheels program in lieu of any flowers or donations.