Ten people between the ages of 1
28-year-old PC Andrew Harper, who married four weeks ago, died Thursday in response to reports of a break-in.
He was killed on the A4 Bath Road in the village of Sulhamstead in Berkshire.
The Thames Valley Police Chief, John Campbell, said the death of PC Harper left the entire force "shocked and saddened."
Mr. Campbell said the officer was a "highly respected, popular member of the team "and his death is a 'significant loss' to the troop and his colleagues and friends as well.
The 10 boys and men detained in various police stations.
Mr. Campbell said PC Harper was a "highly respected, popular member of the team" and He added, "Everyone I spoke to about Andrew talked about the incredible personality he was, what a fantastic cop. and what a great friend and man he was, and he will be sorely missed by all.
"My thanks go to all the staff and officers who participated in this incident as well as to our colleagues at the Fire Department and also to the Rescue Service for their professionalism and support in what you can imagine a stressful scene."  He said the flags of the armed forces were blowing at half-mast as a token of respect "in honor of and in remembrance of Andrew".
Thames Valley Deputy Commissioner for Police and Crime, Matthew Barber, said he had received messages from members of the public PC Harper had helped.
A victim of domestic violence said the officer had given her the confidence to contact her abusive partner, Mr. Barber.
"He was clearly a man who touched many lives in his short time," he added.
Relatives of PC Harper honored the "dearest person who did that in social media. They will ever meet."
Maureen Shrimpton wrote, "Just a really dreadful day." Our grandson Andrew was with him last night Police work killed.
"So proud of him. Our love is for his dear wife, mom and dad, his brother and his whole family and friends.
The attack on PC Harper is the third time in recent weeks that an officer on duty has been seriously injured.  City policeman Stuart Outten was stabbed in the head on August 8.
Days later A 42-year-old West Midlands cop suffered severe head and pelvic injuries when being hit by his own vehicle.
- "I was spat, bitten and kicked"
- Police "shocked and distressed" by killing
The Chief of the Police Federation, John Apter, said ten officials died in the last decade – a number he called "really shocking."
While policing was "dangerous and unpredictable," losing it was difficult To ignore 22,000 officials as a result of budget cuts
This has made workers more vulnerable than they were 10 years ago, he said.
"Society is a much more violent one Becoming a place And for some, life is cheap, "he said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson described PC Harper's death as a "thoughtless and brutal" crime, adding he was "shocked and appalled" by the attack.
Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn said, "I am shocked at Andrew Harper's death and my immediate thoughts are condolences to his family and colleagues."
Interior Minister Priti Patel said: "PC Harper died in the service of protecting the public and security his unbelievable courage and extraordinary sacrifice will not be forgotten."