NORTH RICHLAND HILLS (Texas) – The North Richland Hills Police Department made an announcement on Friday regarding a revision to their tattoo policy.
A revised policy was adopted by the department to allow those with tattoos that have been approved to wear them on the job.
Officers used to have to cover ink.
In the following: post on FacebookAccording to the department, as tattoo views have evolved, so has the number of people who apply for them.
“We hope that it will not be only.” help us with recruiting The post stated that the change would not only improve our employees’ work lives, but also be beneficial to them. We are certain that the change won’t affect our service, but it will improve the way we connect with the community and people who live in the area.
The Arlington Police Department The department has also modified its policy on tattoos this year. Also, the department allowed officers to grow facial hair.
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