OHP changes tattoo policy to allow arm tattoos

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has changed its tattoo policy for on-duty troopers with arm tattoos.

Troopers with arm tattoos used to have to cover them with sleeves, but OHP is no longer requiring this.

Arm tattoos can now be uncovered as long as they don't violate policy.

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