MARIN (KCBS) — The Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday formally adopted a dress code policy targeting gang members at the upcoming County Fair. But some are concerned the policy could lead to racial profiling.READ MORE: Bay Area Sees Population Explosion Of Feral Cats; Pandemic Hinders Spay/Neuter Efforts
The dress-code policy won unanimous approval. Supervisors said gang members are allowed at the fair, as long as they are not wearing gang colors or other insignia. The fair runs from July 3rd through July 7th.
Clothes, symbols or tattoos associated with criminal street gangs in the Bay Area could lead to a person’s removal from the festivities.