Today's funeral for fallen Riverside police Officer Michael Crain is expected to draw thousands, including Gov. Jerry Brown.
The service, to be held at 10:30 a.m. at Grove Community Church, 19900 Grove Community Drive in Riverside, is expected to have increased security.
"It's a huge planning event whenever you have a police service because we know that law enforcement agencies from around the state and even across the nation are going to attend," said Riverside police Lt. Guy Toussaint.
Authorities have ratcheted up security measures after the manhunt for the fugitive ex-cop Christopher Dorner. There were mixed reports late Tuesday on the status of Dorner after a shootout with authorities on Tuesday afternoon.
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Los Angeles police Cmdr. Andy Smith said late Tuesday night that no body had been recovered from a cabin in the San Bernardino Mountains following the shootout because the cabin was not safe to enter.
Law enforcement is on high alert until the death of Dorner is confirmed. Officials will be stationed at various points along the route of the funeral procession for added security.
Brown's website posted a news release Tuesday with no further details, except the time of the event and its location.
The Riverside County District Attorney's Office on Monday filed a murder charge and three counts of attempted murder against the 33-year-old former Los Angeles Police Department officer who has eluded authorities in his self-professed vengeance plot against police officers and their families.
Dorner is accused of shooting and killing Crain, 34, and seriously wounding his partner on Feb. 7.
Two special circumstance allegations of murdering a police officer and discharging a firearm from a vehicle would make Dorner eligible for the death penalty.
Dorner is also wanted in connection with the murder of the daughter of a former LAPD captain who represented the fugitive in a departmental hearing, as well as her fiancee.
Monica Quan, 28, and her 27-year-old fiance, Keith Lawrence, were found shot Feb. 3 in a parking complex at their Irvine condominium.