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UnIfoRM aCCessoRIes

Beepers and Cell Phones

Electronic devises such as beepers and cell phones may be worn on the belt, belt loops or waistband of the uniform. They must be discrete in size and color and must not detract from the appearance of the uniform.

Eyeglasses, Sunglasses And Contact Lenses

Conservative prescription eyeglasses are authorized with all uniforms. Conservative prescription and non-prescription sunglasses are authorized for outdoor use. Eyeglasses or, sunglasses that are trendy, have lenses or frames with initials, designs, extreme or trendy colors or other adornments are not authorized for wear. Personnel will not attach chains, bands, or ribbons to eyeglasses. Personnel will not hang eyeglasses or eyeglass cases on the uniform, and may not let glasses hang from eyeglass restraints down the front of the uniform. Sunglasses lens colors must be traditional gray, brown, or dark green shades.

Restrictions on contact lenses. Clear, tinted and colored contact lenses are acceptable as long as they don’t distract from the uniform. Contacts with designs or colors not considered “normal” human eye color are not acceptable

Gloves Gloves are to be black and unadorned in a five-finger design in a slip-on style. They may be worn outside with the Duty Jacket, Class A uniform or All-Weather Coat.

Handbags Women may carry a black handbag while in uniform. The handbag is to be untrimmed, in black leather, polyurethane, vinyl or fabric, of a commercial design. If the handbag has a shoulder strap, it may be carried in the hand or over one shoulder. The handbag may not be worn in such a manner that the strap is draped diagonally across the body, with the purse resting on one hip opposite the shoulder holding the strap.

Scarves Authorized scarves are black, made of wool, silk, or rayon, of a commercial design, approximately 12x52 inches. The scarf may be worn with the All-Weather Coat or the Duty Jacket. The scarf is worn folded in half lengthwise, with the lengths crossed left over right at the neck, and the ends of the scarf tucked neatly into the neckline of the outer garment.


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