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“EyeDetect”, a new system to screen Senior Police Officers
April 04, 2017

“EyeDetect”


That’s the name of a new system to screen officers within the Police Force, as the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force continue its transformation into a modern day Police Force and implement new measures, to ensure that it is built on integrity and service delivery.



One such new protocol is the introduction of Polygraph Technology in the recruiting and selection process. Over the last months, all recruits in "Training Class 41" were screened using Polygraph Technology.

 


It is understood that a mix of advanced screening protocols, which are in line with best practices internationally, will be used in addition to the new system.

All Senior Officers of the Police Service will undergo Advanced Security Screening, commencing this week. At the dawn of the New Year, Commissioner of Police Mr. Ian M. Queeley announced in January, the screening of Senior Officers in the Police Service.

 

Every Officer will be screened to ensure continued suitability for their current and future assignments within the Police Service.

 

Furthermore, Commissioner Queeley noted, “the Police Force would be one of the few Police Services in the region to complete such detail security screenings on its officers.”

 


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