The Thin Blue Line
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The Thin Blue Line, a colloquial term for police forces, may refer to:
- The Thin Blue Line (emblem), an emblem representing the camaraderie of police officers
- The Thin Blue Line (1965 film), a 1965 documentary film by William Friedkin about the police and the problems they encounter
- The Thin Blue Line (1988 film), a 1988 documentary film by Errol Morris concerning the murder of a police officer
- The Thin Blue Line (TV series), a British sitcom set in a police station, starring Rowan Atkinson, David Haig and Serena Evans
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