Thursday, June 26, 2014

Russian Police Women: Acceptable Uniforms Mini Skirts and High Heels?

Russia’s Interior Ministry is cracking down on a growing number of police officers wearing skimpy uniforms.

The ministry declared all uniform modifications unacceptable in response to a growing number of women shortening their skirts, and men cutting their shirt sleeves, The Moscow Times reported Monday. They’ve also prohibited mixing uniforms with civilian clothing, and wearing wrinkled clothing.

Deputy Interior Minister Sergei Gerasimov told notified department heads that taking liberties with police uniforms undermines the authority of the Interior Ministry and discredits the entire police force.

“When you meet people, the first thing you see is their clothing, and for a police officer fulfilling his duties, it is crucial to have a tidy and neat appearance,” Gerasimov said. “From time to time, we have seen instances of officers improperly wearing their uniforms. … Heads of departments must pay more attention to the appearance of their subordinates.”

Here’s one example floating around Twitter:

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