| A LIST of 121 rules governing National Police officers' behaviour and appearance has been drawn up, and will be subject to deductions in salary or suspension of employment if they fail to comply.
Members of the National Police force are not allowed to have any visible piercings – including earrings, even for female officers – nor tattoos, hairstyles or makeup that are considered 'extravagant' or 'outrageous'.
Male officers cannot have beards and female officers must wear their hair tied back in a way that it does not fall below their shoulders.
All officers must salute their superiors and deliberate failure to do so can result in a four-day suspension of employment and pay.
Any consumption of alcohol, of any amount, on the job is totally forbidden.
National Police force members are expected to carry their truncheons 'in a natural manner' with their left arms extended and without closing their fingers around them.
They have a duty to salute and greet the public in the same way as they are expected to with their superiors.