"Surely the fact that a uniformed police officer is wearing his hair below his collar will make him no less identifiable as a policeman"
- Thurgood Marshall
About this Quote
This quote by Thurgood Marshall is referring to the value of a law enforcement officer's uniform. It suggests that even if a policeman's hair is not in the standard design, they will still be recognizable as a policeman. This is because the uniform is the most essential factor in identifying a policeman. The uniform is a sign of authority and regard, and it is what sets a law enforcement officer apart from the general public. Marshall is stressing the importance of the uniform in recognizing a police officer, and that even if the hair is not in the standard design, it will not make them any less recognizable. This quote is a reminder that the uniform is a vital part of a law enforcement officer's identity, and that it must be appreciated and promoted.
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