As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the Interior Ministry's press service.
The rules of the contest stipulated that each candidate was to send in a CV and a cover letter by Jan. 9, 2017. The translation of the documents lasted until Jan. 15.
"The total of 70 applications were received, but 24 candidates did not meet the qualification requirements for the post. ... The rest 46 candidates were invited for a qualification test that took place on Jan. 24. Three candidates refused to pass it," the message says.
The General Skill Test defines a candidate's ability to think logically, analytically, verbally, and abstractly. It includes 60 questions for 90 minutes.
On Jan. 24-25 the selection commission selected 10 candidates that were invited for an interview. Their names were announced on Jan. 26. The interviews took place between Jan. 30 and Feb. 3, each taking up to three hours and covering matters like police reform, fighting corruption in the National Police, creating organizational culture within the National Police, improving the relationship between police and society, etc.
On Feb. 4, three candidates were selected by the commission out of 10. The commission recommended the interior minister to select the National Police chief out of Bushuiev Kostiantyn Volodymyrovych, Vyshnevskyi Andrii Volodymyrovych, and Kniaziev Serhii Mykolaiovych.