If "service-policy output **** " doesn't work for policing class default try marking the traffic coming into the switch on the uplink they policing that dscp value.
class-map match-all MATCH-DSCP
match ip dscp cs1
set ip dscp cs1
Then under your output policy (different from input policy) use "class MATCH-DSCP" and set your policer. I suggest you add "queue-limit 544" to the output policy also to prevent output drops from queue congestion.
Output policy's can be tricky sometimes. I've had to nestle three policies deep to shape class default on a 3800. Manipulation of marked traffic seems to be easier.
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