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North Yorkshire Police Slash the Cash on New Shirts

News North Yorkshire Police shirts (March 2012)

4:34pm 29th February 2012

Operational officers and PCSOs in North Yorkshire and the City of York have been issued with new shirts designed to be more practical in meeting the demanding role they have in policing their communities.

The previous uniform of white shirt and black tie has now been replaced by moisture control shirts in black and blue colours for police officers and PCSOs respectively.

They have been introduced as part of a wider review of uniform to improve performance and bring substantial savings as part of procurement initiative by forces in the Yorkshire and the Humber region. This has resulted in an overall reduction in the cost of equipping a patrol officer in North Yorkshire from £699 to £498.

Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Iain Spittal, of North Yorkshire Police, said:

“The new shirts have been selected with officers’ and PCSOs’ comfort and effectiveness in mind, not to mention cost-efficiency.

“The roles of police officers and PCSOs can be very demanding and often physically strenuous, so it is vital that our operational staff have a uniform that is fit for purpose. The new shirts are more practical and durable, meaning they offer better value for money.”

The new shirts will be worn by operational police officers and PCSOs across North Yorkshire and the City of York from Thursday 1st March 2012.

PICTURE: This is the new black shirts for operational police officers. PCSOs have been issued with blue shirts.

News North Yorkshire Police shirts (March 2012

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