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  • Pete12
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    it was always white at the start of the shift, but after processing the first burglary the shirts look horrible.

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  • The Fed
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    Originally posted by americanpolice View Post
    Up here in the North, white usually is reserved for top brass but I know in Florida, its common for deputies to wear white.
    Don't they wear white's in Cincinnati PD??

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  • Pixelshadow
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    White is better during days in anyway... as far as the heat in south florida goes!

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  • mbpdhopeful
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    i stand corrected. and yes i was a police explorer for MDPD and we wore white uniform shirts, it was a pain to keep clean and i'm sure the deputies and officers have a hard time with that as well.

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  • americanpolice
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    ahhh makes sense. thanks for the reply! although i bet white is a pain to keep clean.

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  • Pete12
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    nope, whites are for day shift and greens are for midnights. Since the sun isn't a factor during mids the green shirt doesn't cause any problems and is more practical for nighttime use.

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  • mbpdhopeful
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    correct me if i'm wrong but the white and green are also used as a summer/winter uniforms. summer is the white shirt and the green is used for winter times usually.

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  • StartTheWatch
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    In Broward County, Day and Afternoon Shift Deputies (Bravo, Charlie) wear White Tops, and Midnight shift (Alpha), they wear dark green.

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  • americanpolice
    started a topic Broward County- white shirts vs green shirts

    Broward County- white shirts vs green shirts

    Forgive me if the answer is posted somewhere already.

    I love watching Police Women of Broward County and I noticed Deputy Cooper sometimes wears white shirts and sometimes green shirts. Just wondering if there is a difference between the 2? Up here in the North, white usually is reserved for top brass but I know in Florida, its common for deputies to wear white.

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