Screening Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement and Corrections:
Make Communities Safer
Make Communities Safer
Law enforcement agencies have many contributors: police officers, sheriff’s, dispatchers, jailers and others. Corrections officials are tasked with the overwhelming challenge of monitoring parolees, including sex offenders.
Each day, these people are confronted with the critical responsibility to keep communities safe.
Credibility assessments play a vital role in screening personnel and parolees. They help find those best suited for the job and those at risk.
Ongoing evaluations help ensure that personnel maintain integrity while mitigating risk for parolees.
Where EyeDetect Can Make A Difference
Agencies that use Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Tests (LEPET) can rely on EyeDetect to automate and greatly streamline the hiring process.
A LEPET can measure truthfulness about past drug use, criminal history, or other behaviors. EyeDetect LEPET tests are modified to meet the specific requirements of all public safety agencies.
As part of the first stage in hiring, EyeDetect inexpensively and quickly eliminates candidates that are deceptive. It’s better to remove bad apples at the beginning than spend time and resources to find them later.
Law enforcement agencies are tasked with investigating and solving crimes. With EyeDetect, investigations can get faster closure by conducting reliable lie detection tests on suspects.
Accuracy for investigation-style EyeDetect tests has been field-tested at 90%.
EyeDetect has been used to test suspects for crimes such as murder, arson, sexual assault, felony theft, domestic violence, sexual abuse of a child, armed robbery, shoplifting, identity theft, and other crimes.
Corrections systems have limited budgets and staff. Workloads are so great that at-risk parolees and probationers go long periods of time without lie detection tests.
An EyeDetect Post-Conviction Sex Offender Test (PCSOT) helps corrections officials and therapist assess risk — quickly, efficiently and economically.
PCSOTs are available with EyeDetect for these scenarios:
- Instant offense (first offense)
- Monitoring (re-offense)
- Maintenance (probation or parole violations)
- Sexual history
- Domestic violence
Each PCSOT can be customized for various types of offenders:
- Juvenile offenders
- Adults with adult victims
- Adults with child victims
- Domestic violence
- Child pornography
- Voyeurs or exhibitionists
Research shows that most people conducting an interview are about 54% accurate in detecting a liar. That’s about as accurate as a “coin toss.”
Don’t leave important hiring decisions to chance. EyeDetect quickly finds dishonest candidates.
Law Enforcement and EyeDetect in the News
06.06.2017 – ABS TV/Radio (Antigua, West Indies): ONDCP Receives Eye-Detect Technology – Another Tool to Strengthen the Vetting of Its Operatives
04.30.2017 – ZIZ (St. Kitts, West Indies): “EyeDetect” Bolsters Police Integrity Screening Efforts
04.04.2017 – WINN-FM 98.9 (St. Kitts, West Indies): Police officers will be screened using the most advanced system called EyeDetect
09.15.2016 – Sputnik: ‘Deception Detecting Technology’ to Counter Terrorism, Bad Cops and More
09.13.2016 – Officer.com: EyeDetect – Eye Tracking Tool for Officer Hiring and Screening
08.01.2016 – The Police Chief: Tools for Better Recruiting, Testing, and Screening of Police Applicants
04.11.2016 – Police Oracle: New eye detection technology ‘could save forces time and money’
03.29.2016 – Police Professional: ‘Advanced technology’ to be used in testing sex offenders
03.23.2016 – Berwick Advertiser: Police boss welcomes polygraph testing cash
03.01.2016 – The Police Polygraph Journal : Low-Base Rate Screening Survival Analysis1 & Successive Hurdles
01.01.2016 – The Police Polygraph Digest : Screening Survival Analysis
11.02.2015 – KTVX-TV ABC 4: Salt Lake Police Dept. Use EyeDetect to Screen New Hires
09.22.2015 – KTVX-TV ABC 4: Police agencies test new lie detection test
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