City of Dublin Fallen Officer Fund

The City of Dublin Fallen Officer Fund exists for the purpose of allowing residents of Tri-Valley and others in the greater community to support families of peace officers who die in the line of duty. The City of Dublin works with IRS recognized 501c3 non-profit organizations to address immediate needs and the special circumstances of each fallen officer.

The city of Dublin Fallen Officers Fund is currently accepting tax deductible donations on behalf of Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Aubrey Phillips.

Sheriff’s Deputy Aubrey Phillips

Sheriff’s Deputy Aubrey Phillips, a Dublin resident who had been assigned to her city’s beat for the past seven months, died after suffering a sudden medical emergency in her patrol car shortly after making an arrest on February 12, 2022. Phillips, a married mother of three children whose husband is also a sheriff’s deputy assigned to Dublin Police Services, had worked for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for the past five years.

Support the Fund

Philanthropic contributions on behalf of Audrey Phillips will be sent to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Charitable Foundation for service coordination. Three Valleys Community Foundation is providing this fund as a community benefit.

Other Donation Options

Check: Payable to 3VCF (memo line: Fallen Officers Fund)
Mail to: 5960 Inglewood Drive, Suite 201, Pleasanton, CA 94588.

Questions: Contact us at and we will be happy to facilitate.

Aubrey Phillips
Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy 

“We are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Deputy Phillips. Our hearts go out to Dublin Police Services, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, and to her family, especially to her husband and her three children. They are part of the Dublin community and, as fellow community members, we need to come together and support them through this unimaginable tragedy.” 

- Dublin Mayor Melissa Hernandez