National police chief Chakthip Chaijinda commented yesterday on the cheating uncovered in entrance exams for the Thai police.
It has been found that more than 400 individuals cheated in the tests.These were people taking the test who paid bribes for favors as well as people setting the exams who gave out answers, reports Daily News.
Chakthip said he had received reports from the metropolitan chief of police Sanit Mahathavorn and Region 7 head Suthiphong Wongpin and was satisfied that the cheating was confined to those two sections of the police.
Asked if the reports should lead to the whole testing procedure being declared void the chief was noncommittal. He said that all things had to be considered and that a committee had been set up to examine the options in conjunction with the legal and police education departments.
Those who had not cheated and had gained fair entrance to the force also needed to be considered in the matter to ensure fairness, he said.
He said that were the results not declared void there are reserves to take the place of those who cheated.
All miscreants in the matter will be prosecuted, Chakthip reiterated.Facebook.
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