POLICE Commissioner Eddie Hui Ki-on last night said officers faced unrelenting pressure because of growing public scrutiny of their behaviour. Mr Hui said the legitimate demands of legislators - and a natural growth in public scrutiny of police actions - meant his officers now endured a myriad additional pressures. 'We are now always in the public eye,' he said after officiating at an inauguration ceremony for the Junior Police Officers Association. Earlier, association chairman, Cheung Shu-tsang said his members had been heartened by Mr Hui's pledge to improve communications with the rank and file - saying it was imperative to receive support from superiors. However, he declared members would continue to push for improvements to pay and conditions in line with the importance of their jobs. 'There is no shortage of talents and commitment amongst junior police officers,' he said. The ceremony, arranged to induct office bearers who will represent colleagues until 1996, was attended by more than 500 people.