While U.S. police officers engage with protesters and riots on the ground, TV cops are donating to the cause.

“The Tick” star Griffin Newman once played a police officer on two episodes of “Blue Bloods”. The “Blank Check” podcast host donated $11,000 to the Community Justice Exchange and urged his fellow television cops to do the same.

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I’m an out-of-work actor who (improbably) played a detective on two episodes of ‘BLUE BLOODS’ almost a decade ago,” he tweeted. “If you currently play a cop? If you make tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in residuals from playing a cop? I’ll let you do the math.”

Stephanie Beatriz, who plays Rosa Diaz on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” answered the call to arms and donated an additional $11,000. She shared Newman’s message in hopes of spreading the word.

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Beatriz’s brothers and sisters at the nine-nine joined in and donated a collective $100,000. The donation was announced by “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” showrunner Dan Goor. It was retweeted by star Andy Samberg.