Absolutely no locks!
COME MONDAY, Divisional Commanders of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) will have to report to their chief on which police officers are not conforming to the revamped dress code that came into effect on January 15.
Yesterday, Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith reiterated that there would be no revision of the policy in light of disagreement from some members, particularly regarding the restrictions on natural hair and the prohibiting of dreadlocks.
It is understood that there are about a dozen female officers now sporting dreadlocks, including an officer at the rank of assistant Superintendent.
A number of them were photographed by the WEEKEND Nation in attendance at the just concluded annual police conference with their locks neatly groomed in a bun style.
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