After 20 years of wearing black, the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday that it would transition to a new look, as deputies will begin wearing green-and-tan uniforms.

The uniforms will include a new shoulder patch, with new vehicle designs to follow. According to a news release, Sheriff Tom Lopez decided to adopt the new uniforms after receiving input from employees throughout the organization.

According to Lt. Matt Davis, the green-and-tan uniforms are similar to traditional sheriff’s uniforms worn by deputies before the switch to black. Read More