The Chicago Police tattoo policy was tightened this week when the CDP issued a new directive limiting body art.
“Tattoos and body brandings will not be visible while on duty or representing the Department, whether in uniform, conservative business attire, or casual dress,” according to a police memo acquired by the Chicago Tribune.
As of Friday, for tattoos seen outside of the uniform, police will either be required to cover tattoos with matching skin tone adhesive bandage, tattoo cover-up tape, or receive laser tattoo removal procedures.
CPD reported that the policy is intended “to promote uniformity and professionalism.”
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