The Portland Police Bureau announced the numbers would be put on the helmets to more easily identify officers by November 15.
Those involved used chains and pulleys to topple the statues, spray-painting the base and spattering the monuments in red paint.
The incident occurred on Sunday morning while an officer was sitting in the car and doing paperwork.
"The U.S. Marshal will not cancel the cross-deputation of local and state law enforcement officers," read a statement from the District of Oregon U.S. Attorney's Office on Wednesday.
The morning after Trump told Proud Boys to "stand down" during the presidential election, one of the group's members was arrested by Portland police.
"As the Multnomah County Sheriff I have never supported Donald Trump," Sheriff Mike Reese said.
The far-right group's rally in Oregon did not see as large a turnout as feared by police and city officials.
Officers will continue to make arrests on state charges, but the cases are now sent to the U.S. Attorney's Office where federal prosecutors will determine with officers whether any of the cases warrant federal charges.
The far-right group known for its violent demonstrations said as many as 20,000 could turn up on Saturday in its application.
On the 110th day of protests in Oregon's largest city, demonstrators started a fire at the police bureau.
Senator Tammy Duckworth said that the camouflage uniforms worn by both federal agents and members of the military caused "fear and division" in cities where protests occurred.
Speaking about recent protests sweeping the country, the president said: 'They're walking up there like 30 cans of soup. They have like 25 cans of tuna.'
Trump ordered the Office of Management and Budget to issue guidance on "restricting [anarchist jurisdiction] eligibility or otherwise disfavoring, to the maximum extent permitted by law," cities from federal grants.
Portland's NAACP president Rev. E.D. Mondainé said protests in the Oregon city would continue until "unapologetic and deliberate actions" are taken to begin to "root out systemic racism."
A viral video appeared to show the man directing a profanity-laden tirade at demonstrators in the city, which has witnessed months of unrest.
Local officials said federal law enforcement, not police, fired the gas at protesters gathered outside a building of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Department of Homeland Security officers used teargas to disperse protesters in Portland and pointed guns at supporters of Black Lives Matter.
"I said it without looking into it. It was very irresponsible," the comic said in a video posted on his Instagram.
An air quality advisory remains in place for all of Oregon through Thursday.
The air quality in Portland has plummeted to among the worst in the world as wildfire smoke has engulfed the skies above Oregon, Washington and much of the entire West Coast over the weekend.
"I can't say this enough, if you are notified by emergency officials to evacuate, please do so immediately. You may not get a second chance," Gov. Kate Brown warned in a press briefing this week.
Pro-criminal, anti-police prosecutors have been elected or appointed in nearly a dozen American cities and counties, and now residents are paying the price.
A majority of Oregon voters say they disapprove the ongoing protests in Portland, according to a new poll.
Portland faces hazardous air quality conditions while visibility is less than a mile in some areas.
As wildfires spread across Oregon, Portland Police have urged protesters not to start fires during their demonstrations, despite no evidence of flames in the last 24 hours of protests.
On Sunday, Portland General Electric warned some 5,000 customers living near Mount Hood that they may temporarily lose their power.
Members of the far-right group had driven to Salem from a pro-Trump vehicle rally at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City.
The victim was struck after attending a memorial event for Aaron "Jay" Danielson, follower of the far-right group who was killed in Portland.
A large number of protesters gathered in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday for the 100th straight night of protests since the killing of George Floyd.
Dozens of protesters in Seattle and Portland are convinced that law enforcement officers exposing them to tear gas led to them having abnormal menstrual cycles.