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Half police chiefs fail attestation


According to the results of attestation in Zhytomyr, Vinnytsia, Cherkasy, Kharkiv and Poltava regions, discharged from 30 to 50% of the administrative board of police departments.

This was stated by Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, member of one of the commissions, Vladimir Filenko, reports the Department of communication of the National Police (RU).

More than 20% of chiefs are recommended to undergo a polygraph test. At the same time, according to the advisor, a significant part wrote reports, fearing that won’t pass certification.


“In my opinion, the percentage of retiring by choice, or by decision of the commission, or those who are downgraded – very high,” said the adviser.

Filenko also noted many of the dismissed police officers restore to their positions through the courts.

As concerns Kharkiv, out of 30 people who passed the attestation on the first day only 4 were allowed to the next step, others will undergo additional checks, reports Golos.ua (RU).

Three commissions for 2 days attested about 50 people: deputy heads of the regional central board, heads of departments and police departments.

“Commission adopts one of four solutions: 1-remain at the position, 2-promote, 3-down-grade, 4-dismiss. Of the 17 officers: 1-7, 2-0, 3-3, for the another 7 officers we will take a final decision after a polygraph test and additional checks, but they are all – candidates for ‘4’,” complains Leonid Maslov, representative of “Ukrainian union of ATO participants and volunteers in the Kharkiv region”.

It is noteworthy that a preliminary computer testing scores don’t allow the Kharkiv police heads to appeal the decision (it is necessary that the point was not less than 60).

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