Blue Bloods follows the lives of the NYPD's First Family of Law Enforcement: the Reagans. Frank, the Police Comissioner and son of former PC Henry Reagan, must balance his duties of running the largest police force in the world and being his kids' boss. His daughter Erin is an Assistant District Attorney, son Danny is a senior detective and fellow Marine Veteran, and new Harvard Law grad turned cop, Jamie all swirl through this family drama and passionately defend their city from harm. The Irish-American family is deeply rooted in their patriotism, passion, and love of family.
24 September 2010 (USA)
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Blue Bloods - Crime Scene New York
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
In Blue Bloods: Shoot the Messenger
(2014), during the family lunch is commented the Theory of Broken Windows. It's was introduced by first time on an article written by George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson, published on March 1, 1982 on the newspapers The Atlantic Monthly, eventually turning in a criminology book written by George L. Kelling and Catherine Coles, published in 1996. This theory explains as a minor misdemeanors can derive in serious crimes making an analogy with a windows of any house that was broken and no one was arrested by it. If there are no detentions by this fact, eventually the others windows too should be broken, giving chance for more important crimes as throwing trash in it, breaking the furniture or burn the own house. See more
Several police cars have forward facing blue lights. NYPD does not use forward facing blue lights on any emergency vehicle, and state law prohibits blue lights facing forward on police vehicles. See more
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