President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Acting ASP Michael Seales says there are signs of less resistance towards the proposal of officers to be subject to polygraph testing.

He explains that at first when the idea was put forward by the Commissioner of Police there was a misunderstanding of the terms and condition under which they operate.

However, speaking on the State of the Programme on News Power Now on Power 102.1FM on Thursday afternoon Mr. Seales said there is now a better view on the issue and many officers are now willing to cooperate with the procedure.

Host of the Programme, Paul Richards then asked Mr. Seales what he thought should happen if an officer decides not to submit himself or herself to a polygraph test.