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Warwickshire Police to change its uniform

Warwickshire Police is to change the uniforms of its frontline staff.

From Monday, officers, specials constables and police community support officers will wear dark-coloured tops, rather than traditional white shirts.

All officers required to wear body armour will wear black zip-up tops while community support officers will wear blue polo shirts.

The new tops have had a trial period and the police force said there had been no criticism.

Officers and community support officers not involved in front line duties will continue to wear white shirts.

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