Several people also wore blue or tan for the men and women in uniform. The group began holding these "Back the Badge" rally's after anti-police protests in Ferguson and New York City.
"We're here to show them that they matter and they matter to us," said Nohl Rosen, the leader of Rally for Law Enforcement. "We love and appreciate them. So to all the law enforcement out there I say thank you for your service."
The Rally for Law Enforcement movement has now spread to 16 other cities across the country.