Nearly all public safety officers venture outside at some point during their shift, and corrections workers are no exception. Prison yard patrols and custody transfers continue throughout the year, which means that when winter rolls around or rain starts pouring down, Blauer cold weather corrections apparel becomes necessary for your duties. The public safety outerwear on this page is selected for use by detention officers and prison guards whose work takes them outside during cold seasons. We work with those who serve to develop jackets and pants that will keep officers comfortable in rough conditions. And our proprietary technologies add performance without compromising on fit and mobility.
We have corrections jackets for all seasons, from light rain on a summer afternoon to the below-freezing temperatures of the Northeast in January. Shop today and find insulated bomber jackets, lightweight fleece jackets, hardshell waterproof jackets and many other styles. Our classic dark navy or black prison officer jackets have a polished, respectable look on the outside and have breathable fabrics, windproof membranes, zip-out liners and other practical features on the inside. If you are supervising prison work teams on roadways, a hi-vis corrections jacket or parka is recommended – and often required – so you will always be seen by motorists and passerby.
When precipitation gets heavy, you’ll need heavy-duty corrections rainwear for extended outdoor duty. Our B.DRY® all-season raincoats, military-inspired Gore-Tex® reversible rain jackets and waterproof shell pants will fend off rain or snow with ease. And since these garments are fully breathable, you won’t get hot or sweaty while warding off more obvious moisture. If you need warden outerwear with windbreaker collars, abrasion-resistant panels, handwarmer pockets, side access zippers or elastic wrists, you can find them at Blauer. We have been the public safety and corrections apparel leader since 1936 and will help you find the right penal officer outerwear for when the elements are your biggest threat.