JTG SHEEPDOG Thin Blue Line silicon bracelet, fullcolor / JTG silicon bracelet
Stretchy and durable material in high quality.
Dimensions: Circumference 202 mm, height 12mm, thickness 2 mm
The Thin Blue Line:
The Thin Blue Line is a symbol used by law enforcement, originating in the United Kingdom but now prevalent in the United States and Canada and now very popular also in Europe to commemorate fallen law enforcement officers and to symbolize the relationship of law enforcement in the community as the protectors of fellow civilians from criminal elements. It is an analogy to the term Thin Red Line.
Each stripe on the emblem represents certain respective figures: the blue centre line represents law enforcement, the top black stripe represents the public whilst the bottom represents the criminals. The idea behind the graphic is that law enforcement (the blue line) is what stands between the violence and victimization by criminals of the would-be victims of crime.
Proponents of the symbol assert that the identifier is intended to show support for police. In the wake of controversies over police shootings, the Thin Blue Line Flag has become popular among law enforcement personnel, their families and supporters.
The company JTG / Jackets To Go Berlin is a family business company and is since years well known for the highest manufacturing quality 3D rubber patches. Furthermore we manufacture for numerous well-known firms worldwide. Our satisfied customers also include government departments and special units in our homeland germany and worldwide.
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Important: if you want the best quallity, ask your dealer specifically for JTG. Unfortunately, it happens more and more that our products are copied cheaply. Therefore, check the product you get, it should be a JTG stickers / JTG hologramm sticker on the backside of the outer package or on the patch you find on our most patches our JTG or SPAEHER logo located discreetly as watermark, or as infrared markers on some of our patches.