As we all know that TFS is a centralised source code repository, it means everyone has access to the same source code repository. It causes lots of issues, especially when the new check-in breaks the existing code.
To implement Continuous Integration properly, the lead developer needs to setup code reviewing policy which is not allowed junior and intermediate developers check-in directly to the source code. The most effective to do it is disabling check-in permission for the normal group of developers.
Source Code Explorer -> Right click to Project and select Security
It will open TFS Web portal and disable the check-in policy for certain group of users on TFS
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