The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has started psychological evaluation of its arm-bearing personnel in Oyo State.
The Commandant of the NSCDC in the state, Mr Michael Adaralewa, said this in a statement on Wednesday by the command’s Public Relations Officer, Oluwole Olusegun.
The statement reads partly, “The state Commandant, Adaralewa Michael, today at the command headquarters, Agodi, Ibadan, while declaring open the exercise, said the forensic evaluation would be carried out on 1,550 arm-bearing personnel of Oyo State Command in various units and departments.
“The departments are Agro-Rangers, Counter Terrorism, Armed Squad, regular officers female armed squad undergoing training, and operations.
“The evaluation became necessary to ensure that arm-bearing personnel are well behaved and disciplined wherever they are on duty and when relating with the members of the public.”
The Officer in Charge of Forensic and Behavioral Unit of National headquarters of the NSCDC, who was represented by Dr Wale Folarin, said, “Psychological profiling and forensic evaluation of the arms bearing personnel is to assess the type of personnel NSCDC is working with in terms of their Intelligence Quotient for them to deliver effectively responsibilities assigned to them.”
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