<br />SURPRISE POLICE DEPARTMENT
<br />UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT
<br />BUSINESS DRESS AND ALTERNATIVE UNIFORM
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<br />I.GENERALDRESS STANDARDS:(22.2.5)
<br />A.Members are required to follow this policy when not in uniform and
<br />representing the department in an official capacity which includes regular job
<br />duties, training,courtappearances,work-related meetings, outside events,etc.
<br />B.All on-duty members in business attire, will present a neat, business-like
<br />appearance in their dress and grooming. Clothing will be clean, free of holes
<br />and tears.
<br />C.Hats will not be worn indoorsexcept those required for religious tradition.
<br />II.BUSINESS DRESS:
<br />A.Business Dress, the Class A, or Class B uniform is authorized for wear when
<br />attending scheduled court.
<br />B.When attending police-related meetings or functions, employees will wear
<br />business dress attire unless casual day attire is authorizedby a supervisor.
<br />C.Male Employees:
<br />Professional business attire includessuits, shirts (with a collar), such
<br />as; long sleeve button down shirts (tucked in) with or without a tie,
<br />short sleevebutton down dress/casual shirts designed to be untucked,
<br />and golf or polo-styleshirts (tucked in).
<br />Tucked in shirts will be worn with a belt.
<br />Dress or casual pants with a crease and hem.
<br />Polished and/or clean shoes, loafers, boots, and socks, dress or
<br />Sandals, beach/pool style flip-flops, or slippers (regardless of material)
<br />are not authorized.
<br />Sleeveless shirts, sweatshirts, andtank topsare not authorized.
<br />Jeans, sweatpants, exercise pants, shorts, overalls, leggings,
<br />spandex, or other form fitting pants are not authorized.
<br />Shirts and pants must have an appropriate fitandnot disproportionally
<br />loose, baggy, or tight.