This holiday season a non-profit organization wants you to think blue.
C.O.P.S, Concerns of Police Survivors, created "Project Blue Light," to encourage community members to place a blue light in their windows as a sign of respect for officers who have died in the line of duty, and to recognize those who are committed to protecting and serving.
Brenda Parker, board member of C.O.P.S is on a mission blue light by blue light.
She says it's her way of saying thank you to all law enforcement officers.
"We're just doing a little something. A little something to highlight you know the law enforcement community," says Parker.
Parker's husband, Ron, was killed 36 years ago in the line of duty by a bank robber. She joined C.O.P.S to help others like herself.
"I can do things to honor him by honoring the profession he served," says Parker.
Parker decorates her tree in blue and wants to encourage others to do the same.
"Put a blue light and just highlight the jobs that they do, because we are so proud of them and we're glad that they are there, because they are the line between us and the bad things that can happen in life," says Parker.