Four police officers delivered emotional testimony Tuesday about the physical and verbal abuse they endured defending the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 from a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump, as a House select committee held its first hearing on the insurrection.

Afterward, Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.), the panel’s chairman, said that the hearing set “the right tone for the work of this committee” and that the panel would probably hold its next hearing before the end of Congress’s August recess. He said the committee would start issuing subpoenas for additional witnesses “soon.”

What happened in today’s hearing: