A banner of Jones is displayed on Louisville's River City Bank building, where protests are taking place in the wake of the grand jury's decision on Breonna Taylor's death.
The conservative author said policing was "being confused with criminality" by protesters rallying against the grand jury ruling.
The officer urged them to avoid areas of the city where the demonstrations were expected to take place and warned them they faced arrest if they did not follow his instructions.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback described the police as a "white supremacist institution".
From California to New York, thousands of largely peaceful protesters took to the streets to voice their anger at the outcome of the Breonna Taylor case as well as alleged police brutality.
The president issued the message after two officers were shot in Kentucky amid protests following a court decision regarding Breonna Taylor's death.
The shootings followed moments of civil unrest and arrests following the announcement of criminal indictments facing one of three police officers involved in Taylor's death.
Mayor Greg Fischer announced a countywide curfew on Wednesday in anticipation of the protests that began after charges were announced in the Breonna Taylor investigation.
"Will we continue to prosecute the charges brought in this case as it now proceeds to the justice system, and move to trial? That is our responsibility," Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron said. "This will be done while the FBI continues its investigation into violations, potential violations, of federal law."
"The grand jury's decision to not indict Sergeant Mattingly or Detective [Myles] Cosgrove shows that the system worked and that grand jurors recognized and respected the facts of the case," the attorney said.
Six months after Breonna Taylor's killing by police, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that the officers involved will not be charged with homicide.
One of the three officers was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment, but no charges were brought against the other two.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has declared a state of emergency in the city "due to the potential for civil unrest" ahead of the Kentucky attorney general's anticipated announcement of a decision on the case.
The state of emergency begins immediately and will last until further notice, the Louisville police chief said in a Monday memo.
The Louisville Metro Police Department and the protesters' attorney offered different narratives on whether the protester was defending herself or endangering those around her.
McAtee's mother and niece are reportedly listed as plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky National Guard and two Louisville police officers.
The impassioned pro-police group saw several dozen members march across Jeffersontown, calling on residents to encourage and support their local police officers.
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
Copies of the KKK's Crusader newspaper have been distributed in a Louisville neighborhood after appearing in Boyd County in June.
Breonna Taylor protesters were confronted by an armed militia in downtown Louisville, and the LMPD presence was notably missing.
The Not F***ing Around Coalition pick "stategic date" of September 5 to once again demand justice for Breonna Taylor.
An angry customer posted images of the manager online after he allegedly refused to kick out a physically violent customer.
Oprah Winfrey has launched a billboard campaign to demand justice for Breonna Taylor by erecting 26 billboards.
The group's leader, The Real Grandmaster Jay, said they have been left with "no choice" but to hold armed formations in Louisville.
Police dispatch logs show that officers neither rendered nor called for medical attention after shooting Taylor five times.
The force was reported to be paying an average of $170,000 a day towards offiicer's overtime.
"The citizens of this community, including members of this Metro Council, have been very upset with the perceived lack of transparency by the city," said committee chair Brent Ackerson said. "It's our intention, as a committee, to formally begin an investigation."
A man was killed and another person was injured in a shooting at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville.
The Kentucky Exposition Center was the only polling place available for registered voters in the county which encompasses Louisville, a city with 600,000 residents.