While tensions between the police and protesters have increased in many places, some officials have shown solidarity with the movement by hugging, praying with, praying with, grieving with and kneeling to honor Floyd.
In Atlanta, Georgia, a number of police officers who held shields near a Centennial Olympic Park protest during a Monday protest knelt in front of protesters.
Another picture shows an official wearing a gas mask, helmet and vest hugging a demonstrator in the southern city on the fourth day of the protest.
Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen joined demonstrators on Monday and linked the weapons to the participants.
On Sunday, Pazen said dozens of his officers were injured in responding to the protests, but were keen to return and protect the rights of the demonstrators.
In New York, Terence Monahan, head of the New York City Police Department, hugged a protester during a protest in his city on Monday.
On the west coast, Cre8 The Change protester Kevin Welbeck shook hands with a California Highway Patrol official during a protest in the Van Nuys area of Los Angeles.
At least two Connecticut officials joined demonstrators as they marched through Bristol on Monday.
Bristol police officer Nick Travisano was hugged by a demonstrator as he joined a march with his colleague Chris Bird.
In Minnesota, the state where Floyd was killed, an officer and a protester shared an emotional hug during a protest in St. Paul.