Ohio State Highway Patrol Changes Soldier Tattoo Policy

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WANE) — The Ohio State Highway Patrol on Friday announced a change to its uniform policy regarding tattoos.

According to Colonel Charles Jones, effective immediately, current Soldiers and
prospective applicants may wear the long-sleeved uniform shirt to cover tattoos.

Future employees with tattoos that would be visible while wearing the short sleeve
Uniform shirts are required to wear long sleeves. As part of the policy overhaul, Troopers
with visible tattoos wear the issued long-sleeved uniform shirt year-round.

“We are, and always have been, a professional organization built on serving the people
from Ohio. With this change, we’ll continue to do just that while recognizing the
Diversity of those who wish to serve,” said Colonel Jones.

For more information, see

https://www.wane.com/top-stories/ohio-state-highway-patrol-amends-tattoo-policy-for-troopers/ Ohio State Highway Patrol Changes Soldier Tattoo Policy

Dais Johnston

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