Our Embroidered Thin Blue Line Flag is also referred to as a Blue Lives Matter flag or Police Lives Matter flag, or Blue Line American flag. It is made of high-quality durable material for flying year-round outdoors.
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Attacks on "Blue Lives Matter Flags" have been increasing. People have been repeatedly caught stealing them from memorials for fallen police officers.
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The Meaning Of The Thin Blue Line Flag
The Thin Blue Line Flag represents support for law enforcement officers in America. The thin blue line on the flag represents law enforcement as the line that stands between law-abiding citizens and the criminal element of society.
The flag is black and white with a thin blue line so that is intentionally different than the American flag. Because of this, it is not an alteration of the American flag, rather, it is its own flag.
Flying this flag communicates that you support the institution of law enforcement, and appreciate what police officers do to protect society.
Police officers in America have to deal with physical attacks on a daily basis. Cops are constantly under the barrage of false information campaigns which paint them as racist or abusive. Many are now even calling for the complete abolition of law enforcement in America.
People who fly this flag communicate to everyday police officers that despite the attacks from a vocal minority, we support what they do.
The flag is perfect for flying on a flagpole. You can show your support by hanging it in front of your house or in your garden.
How To Fly The Thin Blue Line Flag
The thin blue line flag is a different flag from the American flag, and should be treated as such. It can be flown by itself, or flown with an American flag.
It can be flown on the same flagpole as an American flag, but should always be flown in the lower position.
It can also be flown side-by-side to the American flag. The American flag should always be flown to the thin blue line flag’s right, which puts the American flag in a position of prominence.
After a police officer is killed in the line of duty, the state governor will often order flags to be flown at at half staff.