Thin Blue Line

The simple Thin Blue Line emblem has multiple meanings, all arising from the same concept: Police Officers and other Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) stand as a thin line that protects society from good and evil, chaos and order.

The Thin Blue Line represents the line between life and death that officers face every day and is also a humble tribute to fallen hero officers killed in the line of duty.

The color blue is derived from the traditional color of police uniforms. Most municipal police still wear blue, and blue has long been associated with law enforcement throughout the history of modern policing. 

 

A portion of proceeds from every item go to The Police and Kids Foundation, Inc.

The Police and Kids Foundation, Inc is a non-profit 501(C)3 charity that provides funding for responding officers to purchase items required to help children in need; including food, infant supplies, clothing or obtaining a replacement to lost, stolen or damaged property. The ultimate goal is to stabilize the situation quickly with as little trauma to the child as necessary. They also provide scholarships for students at Pinellas Park High School Criminal Justice Academy; training tomorrows LEOs to be the best they can be.