DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Richmond Police Chief Michael Britt shared an update Saturday evening stating that Officer Seara Burton has been transferred from Miami Valley Hospital to a hospice facility in Richmond.

“Officer Seara Burton has been transferred from the Intensive Care Unit at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton to a hospice facility in the Richmond area today,” The Facebook update states.

“She will continue receiving excellent care and be surrounded by her family. The family is grateful for all of the community support but does request privacy at this time. Please be respectful of the family’s wishes while they spend this precious time with Seara.”

Officer Burton’s condition has remained unchanged, according to a morning update. She is still fighting for her life in the hospice facility, where she is being closely monitored and is surrounded by family.

In a release to media, officials with police department stated now that Burton is in Richmond, there may not be daily update posts, but updates will become available if there is a change in her condition.

Burton was taken off of life support Thursday after hospital staff determined her injuries were unrecoverable.

28-year-old Officer Seara Burton was shot in the line of duty on August 10 while responding to a traffic stop. She was taken by Care Flight to Miami Valley Hospital where she spent three weeks fighting for her life — and she is not giving up her fight yet.

Britt said, “Seara continues to remind us just how strong she is.”

Retired RPD officer Paul Phillips told our sister station FOX59 he was Burton’s supervisor for a brief period of time during her training.

“She was very enthusiastic and very committed, willing to learn,” Phillips said. “She was very good. Is very good.”

Phillips said law enforcement is a family, and what happened to Burton affects all of her brothers and sisters in blue.

“It could happen to any of us,” Phillips said. “In this particular case, it happened to be Seara. We all take the risk, and she’s paying the price. There’s no other word for it that hurts.”

According to Britt’s latest post, any updates on Officer Burton’s condition will continue to be released by his office.