Thin Yellow Line between Blue and Red Lines "911/Public Safety" Dispatchers Paracord Bracelet

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A great way to show pride in your chosen profession of Public Safety or your general support for those brave men and women that protect each and everyone of us daily.

What does the "Thin Yellow Line "Combined 911/Public Safety" Dispatch stand for:
The Yellow Line signifies the dispatchers and 911 Center Staff. This design was suggest by one of our great customers, Alan.
To me having it between both the blue and red thin lines signifies that all three sides have to work together to protect our public. It also signifies that without the dispatchers and 911 call takers and staff, neither the Police nor Fire Departments could do their jobs effectively.

The Black background is a constant reminder of our fallen brothers and sisters in law enforcement and fire service.

The lines are what Public Safety protects. The barrier between tyranny and a civilized society. Between order and chaos. Between respect for decency and lawlessness.

This design is also great for communities that have combined police and fire departments.

************************FAIR WARNING**********************
For all of our firefighter customer that purchase this gear. Please be advised that this is in no way fire resistant or fireproof. Take diligent care not to wear this while fighting a fire as a part of your official duties. This is made of a nylon kernmantle rope which will melt once near a flame.

***MEASURMENT***When making a bracelet purchase please send me your exact wrist size. I will not be able to process your order until I have your wrist size. I would admonish you not to depend on the size of other bracelets you may own, i.e., gold, silicone, etc.

Paracord is a fairly thick medium and I will add a predetermined amount of length to your wrist size to provide for a comfortable fit and the thickness of the cord.

A good way to measure you wrist is to wrap a piece of string around your wrist, mark it and then compare the string on a ruler. Please send your measurements in Inches.