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.
Did You Know?
In Frank Reagan's office, on the wall at the left of the door can be seen a photo of Theodore Roosevelt
(1858-1919), 26th President of the United States for two terms (1901-1909). In 1901, as Governor of New York just before he was elected President, Roosevelt made some reforms in the NYPD to cancel the old Police Commission founded in 1845 in order to create the charge of Police Commissioner, the job held by Frank Reagan. See more
Most of the police cars used in Blue Bloods are replicas, bearing the obvious wrong font for the 'NYPD' lettering on the side, having blue lights and bearing the modified NYPD logo that's also worn on the replica uniforms. But in several episodes you can see the replica cars mixed with real-life NYPD police cars. Most of the time the precinct number on the real-life cars are not shown, since the NYPD doesn't allow real-life precinct numbers being used in TV shows. See more
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