CHICAGO (CBS) -- One year ago, Chicago police officer Ella French was shot and killed in the line of duty. It happened during a traffic stop gone wrong last August. Now her colleagues are making sure her courage and service are always remembered.
On Sunday French's police star was enshrined in a memorial at Chicago Police Headquarters.
Both Gov. JB Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attended the emotional ceremony.
The guest of honor was French's mother, Elizabeth, who brought the crowd to tears talking about her daughter.
Later in the day police staged a memorial roll call at the gold star family memorial in French's honor.
Twoin connection with the murder of Officer French.
French's partner, Officer Carlos Yanez Jr., was also shot but survived his injuries.
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