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Best Dressed Over 200 Officers (County)
Written by Law and Order Staff
Montgomery County, TX Sheriff's Office
Located adjacent and north of Houston, Montgomery County is the fourth fastest-growing county in Texas and the 36th fastest in the nation. The demands on the 287-member department are many, and uniforms play a vital role in meeting these day-to-day challenges. To ensure that the uniform design created by Sheriff Gage received the attention to detail they were seeking, Montgomery County turned to Miller Uniforms
. "Our contract calls for us to custom fit this program, and this helps ensure a fine look for every deputy," Bob Miller said. "They also demand quality, and for this, we turned to Blauer, who manufactures a premium product."
"We utilize a number of different uniforms here for a variety of duties, so it's important to have a uniform that is comfortable and functional," Chief Deputy Randy McDaniel added.
Garmets are bought by the department, and additional items are kept on hand to ensure a speedy replacement process if needed. Inspections are held daily, and public feedback is vigorously encouraged.
The department's basic look consists of a navy trouser that is striped with tan. Shirts are tan and feature navy blue epaulets with red piping. Neon yellow rainwear provides the high visibility needed during inclement weather. A blue campaign hat finishes the program.
Published in Law and Order, Oct 2006
Rating : 4.0
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