In 2012 Sheriff Dupnik along with input from the department staff went from Class B uniforms to Class C uniforms. These uniforms are made for comfort and lightweight. The word SHERIFF is in big letters on the backs of the beige shirts, along with dark green patches. The badges are sewed on over the left chest area which prevents being ripped or snagged on. The dark green pants are made of a police proprietary cloth which are light-weight and is almost elastic. The corrections division wears a similar uniform but with black pants and SHERIFF CORRECTIONS in big letters on the backs of the shirt to differentiate the two divisions.