Chetumal, Q.R. — A total of 96 Ministerial Police are set for dismissal for failing control and confidence police tests. The news of their dismissal was made by the General Attorney of Quintana Roo, Óscar Montes de Oca Rosales.
He said the Control and Trust assessment was designed to ensure effective elements in the performance of their duties and is an exam that consists of five tests, medical, toxicological, socioeconomic, psychometric and polygraph or “lie detector” exam and is randomly applied by the Control and Trust centers (C-3) periodically.
Whoever fails is sent to non-police work or is discharged from their position. He explained that during the last testing, of the 538 officers who underwent the exam, 96 failed.
Óscar Montes de Oca Rosales added that they cannot discharge the failing officers until their full legal procedure has been exhausted, adding that the Control and Trust assessment test was designed to ensure effective police officers in the performance of their duties.