Derbyshire Police to save £3,000 a year from new uniform
POLICE in Derbyshire will save £3,000 a year when a new uniform is introduced.
New style shirts to be worn by all uniformed operational police officers and uniformed police staff will be introduced from Monday, March 18.
Police officers will wear black shirts and police staff will wear blue.
A spokesman said the new clothing items are the most practical shirts to suit today’s policing needs.
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As well as improved practicality, the change brings Derbyshire Constabulary in line with other forces, giving them the opportunity to buy uniform jointly with other constabularies.
A further benefit is that the introduction of the shirts will give the force a cost saving of around £3,000 each year when compared with the current costs.