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In early 2021 the Riley County Police Department transitioned sworn officers to navy blue uniforms. The new uniforms are made of a more durable material with multi-seasonal technology to accommodate long patrol hours in both the hot summer and brisk winter.
Our officers are out in the community every day rain or shine. Proper uniforms ensure we help to protect them from the elements while they are protecting the people we serve. The navy uniforms are made of material that will perform better, and show less dirt, grime, wear and tear.
Corrections Officers wear a standard-issue light brown blouse and dark brown pants. Corrections Officers may choose to wear a short or long sleeve (polyester) shirt or the short or long sleeve (cotton, BDU style) shirt at their discretion.
Dispatchers do not have a set uniform but instead follow a business casual dress code. Civilian department members maintain an appearance which is appropriate and functional for their specific job tasks.
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In early 2020, the Riley County Police Department changed its grooming policy to allow for well-kept facial hair for all employees, sworn and non-sworn. Facial hair must be neatly trimmed and abide by guidelines set in policy.
Employees are allowed to show acceptable tattoos while at work. Tattoos, body art, or brandings deemed acceptable may be worn uncovered or visible upon the arms and legs of the employee’s body while such employee is on duty.
The Riley County Police Department Physical Abilities Test (RCAT) is a hybrid physical ability/ job task analysis course designed to evaluate police officer and correction officer personnel and candidates on the essential physical capacities required to successfully perform their duties.
The RCAT was designed to replicate critical and essential physical tasks and demands faced by Riley County Law Enforcement Officers and Corrections Officers in the performance of their duties. Both specific tasks and overall physical demands are replicated through the use of a carefully designed, timed, and validated obstacle course.