Pennsylvania State Police


Female Member's Uniform

The first female  troopers were issued uniforms similar to that of the male trooper's uniform with some noteable exceptions; the summer uniform included a gray knee length skirt instead of summer weight trousers, black strip tie fasten by a snap rather than the conventional tie, gray hosiery, black pumps, black handbag with strap and a 2" .38 caliber weapon without Sam Browne shoulder strap

Subsequently the female trooper received the same uniform issued to her male counterpart.

The first style tie tacks without years of service indicator were introduced in 1975.
Enlisted member's badge, first introduced in 1961.
Beginning in 1967, The uniform patch above was worn on both the left and right shoulder of the uniform shirt or blouse; issued from 1960 to 1987.