Depending on the time frame, no one questions the SS.
As the Nazi Party monopolized political power in Germany, key government functions such as law enforcement were absorbed by the [Schutzstaffel], while many SS organizations became de facto government agencies. To maintain the political power and security of the Nazi party (and later the nation), the SS established and ran the SD (Security service) and took over the administration of Gestapo (Secret state police), Kripo (criminal investigative police), and the Orpo (regular uniformed police). Moreover, legal jurisdiction over the SS and its members was taken away from the civilian courts and given to courts run by the SS itself. These actions effectively put the SS above the law.
Female guards in Nazi concentration camps were collectively known as SS-Helferin, "Female SS Helper". The Nazis began conscripting women because of a guard shortage, however they were never given any positional titles or equivalent ranks of the SS. The German title for this position, Aufseherin means female overseer or attendant. Heinrich Himmler himself had told the SS men to regard the female guards as equals and comrades. -Wiki
I would assume, unofficial or not; lady comes in with SS on her arm, nubs (regular army) click their heels.