Corruption Results in Suicide in China
By Devin Ballam, Marketing −
Corruption is a huge financial problem around the world and sometimes leads to other tragedies ― such as the death of a loved one. Catching the problem before it gets to this point is key.
From Corruption to Tragedy
Recent corruption in China has led some government officials to commit suicide as an escape to the consequences of a dishonest lifestyle.
In the case of these Chinese officials, all were suspected or were involved in unethical business behaviors and the government has vowed to crack down on corruption.
Digging into the lives of these victims may not be the best solution to discourage corruption because the tragedy has already happened. Perhaps the ideal solution would be prevention.
To avoid such situations, officials need a way to detect the problem before the situation gets too serious. In private and public sector organizations there is a need to screen employees to detect corruption and dishonest behavior.
Some government entities, such as the Ukraine, have implemented programs to administer polygraph tests on public officials.
EyeDetect™ technology can identify corruption with 85 percent accuracy before it gets out of hand. The behavior of human eyes reflects signs of stress that are not detectable by the naked eye. Using lie detection technology, corrupt government employees can be detected by the mathematical data generated from the behavior of their eyes.
This means that corruption can be caught early on, before crimes and suicides occur.