The Judicial Service, the Third Estate of the Realm last week launched a new inner uniform for the ladies of the service to check impersonation at the various courts in the country.
As part of the new uniform launch, junior staffs are expected to wear blue-black suit while senior staff wears, a black suit with the corporate inner wear to ward off criminals who pose as employees of the Service.
Launching the uniforms at the Supreme Court in Accra, justice Elizabeth Ankomah, an Appeals Court Judge who represented Justice Dennis Adjei, the President of the Magistrates and Judges Association of Ghana called on the ladies to let the white in the uniform be a yeast in their dealings with the clients of the court.
She said scale of justice in the new uniform will assist in the easy identification of the members of the staff of the Service.
On her part, Mrs Juliana Amonalisa, the First Deputy Judicial Secretary said the staff strength of the Service has grown over the years with fifty percent of the total staff strength being women.
She disclosed that the managers of the service are feverishly planning to introduce a corporate uniform for the cleaners to harmonize their activities in the service and bring some professionalism into their work.
Mrs Gloria Ocansey, the President of the Judicial Service Ladies Association of Ghana (JUSLAG) called on the members to endeavour to abide by the dress code of the service.