HAMPTON, N.H.  — Thousands of people, many of them police officers, are expected to attend a memorial service for a New Hampshire police chief who was killed in the line of duty.

Condolences have poured in from all over the country in honor of Chief Michael Maloney of Greenland, who was killed last Thursday when he and other officers tried to serve a warrant. Four officers were injured.

The service is being held at noon today at the Winnacunnet High School athletic field in Hampton. Maloney graduated from the school.

Hundreds of police officers and members of the public attended a wake for Maloney at a Hampton funeral home.