"In response to the many requests, the following information is provided should anyone wish to make a donation to the family of our fallen police officer," wrote Riverside police Lt. Guy Toussaint in a press release.
Police have not identified the Riverside officer - who was 34-years-old and an 11-year veteran in law enforcement. They have also not identified the officer who was riding in a marked patrol vehicle with him when Dorner opened fire at the corner of Magnolia and Arlington avenues.
The other officer was wounded and listed in stable condition at Riverside Community Hospital.
Donations may be made by check to the Riverside Police Officers Association Assistance Fund, 1965 Chicago Ave., Suite B, Riverside, 92507.
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