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At the Gendarmerie and Coast Guard Headscarf ban was lifted 4 years ago

At the Gendarmerie and Coast Guard Headscarf ban was lifted 4 years ago

The headscarf ban was lifted with an arrangement made for uniformed female personnel in the Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command, which were completely attached to the Ministry of Interior after 15 July 2017.

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The headscarf ban was lifted with an arrangement made for uniformed female personnel in the Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command, which were completely attached to the Ministry of Interior after 15 July 2017. With the stay of the ban, female personnel were now able to wear the uniforms-colored uniforms they wore on their heads under hats, caps or knitted berets. In 2017, the Ministry of Internal Affairs also changed the "Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command Personnel Regulations" for the first time, and for the first time regulated that female personnel in the Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command, which are classified as "uniformed soldiers", can also wear headscarves. In addition, officially serving female personnel will be able to work in civilian clothing if they document their pregnancy.

TEMPORARY 'DIRECTORATE'

The decision also included the following statements: “Personnel at all levels among the Police General Directorate, Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command will be assigned temporary assignment by the Minister of Interior. The monthly and other financial and social rights of the temporarily assigned personnel will be covered from the budget of their institution, but while the disciplinary investigation is actually carried out within the institution where they are assigned, the investigation file will be sent to the authorized disciplinary supervisor and boards of the institution to which the investigated personnel is a member. "

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