includes updates from three recent Polygraph Conferences and Seminars!




LEARN LIE-DETECTION:
BASICS, ADVANCED, & BUSINESS



'Polygraph Training
Guide Package
2009'

also known as
the 50-pound 'polygraph-academy-in-a box'!


(index text and support materials of fundamental
TOPICS, KEY POINTS, and DATA
--and much, much more!--
for polygraph classrooms, workshops,
self-teaching, seminars, and agencies)


The 'secret formula':

The best in private polygraph training materials
+
the best in government polygraph training materials
=
the most powerful polygraph training package in the world!



NOTE:
two different versions of this package are available!

See ordering information at the end of this long document.



THE ULTIMATE LIE-DETECTION PRIMER
and
START OR IMPROVE A POLYGRAPH BUSINESS NOW GUIDE
and
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUMENT OPERATION GUIDES

compiled & written
by John Grogan
Polygraph Instructor/Polygraph Examiner

Improving on the standards of polygraph training and
the materials used in lie-detection training nationwide!




NOTE: before you get to the 78-page Table Of Contents below,
you will find nearly thirty pages of information that many traditional
polygraph schools and organizations (that the schools PUSH you to join)
do NOT want you to know, as it exposes their faults,
mistakes, and in some cases: their fraudulent activity
.
(shared with you to help you decide this:
do I need someone to read to me all day,
or can I learn at my own pace?!)
It is sad that some of the information below needs to be posted.
However, as traditional polygraph schools and associations will try
to insist that you can only learn about polygraph from one of their
own member sources, you need to see the 'real picture'!


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Visit PolygraphAcademy.com for more details and
for the newest version of this comprehensive package

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Updated for 2009:

Learn why Federal polygraph examiners are said to be the best:

This updated version now also includes many 'tips', 'notes', 'variations', and
training materials recently or currently being used & taught at DACA
(Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment),
the US Government's 10-week polygraph school)

on many different lie-detection topics.

Our staff recently spent a month reviewing all materials,
notes, and hand-outs of the modern Federal polygraph
program, and we updated our materials with that knowledge!

DACA is where FBI & CIA polygraphers, military
polygraphers, and about 20 other Federal agencies
get all of their polygraph training.

Greatly differing from that taught by private
polygraph academies, DACA also oversees extensive
reasearch designed to improve the accuracy of
polygraph examination results. New techniques
and data developed here seems to sometimes never
'trickle down' to the civilian polygraph academies!

Learn what Federal examiners know:
at no additional cost to you,
this 2009 package includes more than a dozen training
material sets issued by the Federal polygraph academy!

For example:
Materials from some schools still tell that certain breathing
patterns indicate LYING, while newest DACA research shows
that those same breathing patterns do NOT indicate deception.

OUCH- this could be causing some examinees to be falsely failed!

(note: until recently, DACA was known as 'DoD-PI',
Department of Defense Polygraph Institute)

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Lie-Detection work is
an excellent avocational situation:
"av·o·ca·tion (av'O-kAshun); noun:
An activity taken up in addition to
one's regular work or profession".

Most lie-detection is done by examiners
around their regular occupation or income!



For both conventional (analog) and computerized polygraph instruments.

Condenses the fundamental topics, key points, and data of
a typical full-term polygraph academy --and far, far more!--
into a primer-plus package to study at your own pace and schedule.

Referred to as "like a polygraph academy in a box"!

Most colored-ink text pages are printed with colors
on bright-white inkjet sheet paper.

Includes the current trends, techniques, and specialties
of private and government polygraph examiners nationwide.


Is the actual 50-pound package used by some
polygraph classes as their complete foundation.

NOTE: new pages and/or improvements are added EVERY week!

For 2009: included, at no extra charge:
more than a dozen different government-agency
polygraph training material volumes!



Includes interviews and past technical input
from every polygraph manufacturer!


Written and compiled by a polygraph instructor/examiner
who has current (2007/2008 models) computerized polygraph
instruments from ALL FOUR polygraph manufacturers,
and several analog instruments from BOTH manufacturers!


We are NOT a 'school' or a 'diploma mill';
you are learning directly from polygraph
examiners who have actually earned a living
in the private practice of this profession.


8 X 10 color photographs printed on high-resolution photo-paper stock.
Many full-color 'screenshots', as if the polygraph was right in front of you.


Follow this comprehensive package with practice
and continuing education to become a competent examiner
(this is what all polygraph training sources say!).
Read and re-read the material; if you retain
what is provided, you are well-prepared.

So thorough and well-rounded that a troubled California polygraph
academy recently secretly obtained a package via a 'decoy' purchase!



Which of the four brands of computerized polygraph instruments
is the one to buy?! This package give you an advance-look at
all of them, so you can be knowledgeable BEFORE you invest.

Learn about financing a computerized polygraph instrument;
we know the best (and worst) brands and the best deals!


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we recieved. Also we would like to thank many PEOA members for
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email correspondence, and in person study time given to us.

We were told we could call anytime for help, and we have done
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We purposely chose not to go to a vocational school offering
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24-7 Investigations, Inc
www.24-7investigation.com, California

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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Some schools secretly get a $1000 commission each time a student buys
a certain brand of polygraph instrument, so they will not be introducing
you to the other brands! Some might just 'shame' or 'push' a student into
returning his/her new and perfectly-good computerized instrument
and then to buy one that the school gets that large commission on.

Other brands might have better features;
others offer student discounts and financing.




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Ouch!

Fall 2007:
Polygraph Association Report & Investigation
determines that their own member, a school approved by them,
is committing fraudulent activity and is in violation.

(clipped directly from the XXX Inspector's report, word-for-word, no word changes made.
This came after complaints, a surveillance,
and an XXX surprise site inspection of records).


"Inspector's Conclusion:

Under Director XXX XXXX,
XXXXXXX Polygraph Academy knowingly and intentionally
misrepresented thir current school's training schedule
to purport to comply
with XXX and possibly California educational standards,
while teaching an abbreviated daily schedule.

Had the school continued on the abbreviated schedule,
the course would have been approximately 100 hours short.

After a thorough investigation, this chairman of the
Educational Accreditation Committee makes the following findings:

First:
XXXXXXX Polygraph Academy is in clear violation of
XXX accreditation regulations governing accurately
scheduling and reporting school training schedule.
All records indicate the school was starting
at 08:00AM and ending daily at 5:00 PM.
These records do not accurately reflect the school’s training schedule.

Secondly:
XXXXXXX Polygraph Academy is in clear violation of
XXX accredited training attendance requirements in that the students
were not receiving required time limits of for basic polygraph course instruction
.

Third:
Most seriously, this inspector finds that the
printed syllabus clearly misrepresents the actual schedule
to the detriment of the students and professional training,

this inspector believes that a fraud has been perpetuated on those
relying on the accuracy of the school’s records and representations.

Representing that the XXXXXX Polygraph Academy follows
and adheres to XXX standards of basic polygraph training is
misleading and untrue.


Fourth:
Regarding the statement alleged to have been made by
personnel associated with the XXXXXXX Polygraph Academy,
“if you don’t tell (XXX), we won’t either”.
In a frank discussion with PI XXXXX,
he states that through some discussion with the students,
a statement in some way similar to the one
above may have been made but according to him,
it was not meant in context as it now sounds out of context.
This inspector finds that in or out of context,
the statement was inappropriate if it in any way it referred to XXX oversight authority."



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Forensic Credibility Assessments,
www.ForensicExamination.info, Maryland

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Developed with many years of research;
continually improved;
also includes topics that many polygraph schools lack.

We know of schools/trainers that CHANGED their curriculum
after reading the 78-page index (table of contents) below!

We have copies of their OLD websites, etc,
and can show the dates they were changed!



Fall 2008:
a polygraph academy owner is under investigation at the same time
by the Federal government, his state government, his county
law enforcement agency, and his city police department,
all for different crime accusations!



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Recently, we completely reviewed a set
of every hand-out, guide, study-sheet, notes, etc,
--virtually the complete & entire curriculum--
from a recent class of a respected full-term
'approved by an association' polygraph academy;
OUCH- the quality was terrible.

Other than pieces provided by visitors or 'guest instructors',
it was mostly hundreds of pages of dull, black-on-white photocopies,
many off-centered and/or originally printed using an
outdated typewriter instead of modern fonts and printers.
Hard to read; tiny print; boring and 'hard on the eyes'.
Some were dated more than 25 years ago.
And NOTHING regarding the 'business end' of polygraphy.

The depressing lack of color and/or photographs made for
a far-less enjoyable learning situation, and is far-less likely
to ever be seriously re-read in the future. We learn 'visually', and those
materials were sub-standard for a modern learning environment.

Poor materials make for useless later review;
perhaps this is why so many of their students need
to later pay this school for a 'refresher course'.


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With what I know now, all thanks to this package,
I wasted 8 weeks of my life and was ripped off by attending
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Lisa Javoric, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER, LLJ Polygraph,
www.LLJpolygraph.com, California

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There are only 4 ways to learn polygraph:

1) Learn by your own study and practice, with no guidance.
the good- low financial cost.
the bad- your hundreds of hours of Internet searching
and book-buying might only scratch the surface.

2) 'Preceptor': learning while working under a polygraph examiner.
the good- it is 'fun'.
the bad- unless it is with a long-experienced,
high-volume examiner, you will never learn enough.

3) Attending an 8-to-10-week school.
the good- structured.
the bad- see the many secrets revealed on these pages.

4) Learn at your own pace, at home or office, with PolygraphAcademy.com.
the good- learn polygraph basics, business, and advanced.
the bad- none!


Fully independent, so you receive accurate & unbiased
data regarding the use of, and purchase from, the several
polygraph manufacturers. Their literature is supplied.


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The 'Phonies & Hypocrites Club':

Although their website claims
'. . education of the polygraph community . . ',
the truth was shown when a small polygraph
organization recently offered a 2-day training seminar.

The state in which this group is based,
which is also where the seminar was held,
has about a half-dozen polygraph training schools.
Graduates of all of these schools are serving the public today.

Only graduates of two of those six polygraph schools were allowed to attend
the 2-day seminar; graduates from the other schools were not allowed.

Not exactly a 'brotherhood' or 'dedication to improving the profession'!

If the group had its own telephone number,
(it doesn't; it is far too small and inactive to need one)
perhaps we could call them and help them correct the error.

Note: this same group 'Certifies' its members as long as
they attend just 12 hours of polygraph education per year--
BUT it requires that these 12 hours include attending (and paying for)
this group's own yearly 2-day seminar: or no 'Certification'!

Such self-serving requirements are shameful,
but the group would be forgotten without them.


Such disgusting 'politics' have no part in a profession.



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Daniel Ribacoff, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
InDepthPolygraph.com,
New York

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Are you a government polygraph examiner,
and want to retire and start a private polygraph practice?
Other polygraphers in your area do not want you
(you are competing for the same clients they are),
so they will not be of much help;
we can help make the transition smoother:
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--'secrets' to getting government contracts
--how to get clients
--samples of private-sector exam reports
--payment issues
--overcoming the many headaches of dealing with the public
--low-cost advertising methods that produce results
--and much more!





Another lie-detection school telling lies:
One 'NOT approved by a polygraph organization' school
continually tells potential students that "We can sponsor
you to join that association" when they know that their
graduates are continually denied membership!



Posted recently on a polygraph discussion group:

"We knew this is how XXX (now often called the 'Amateur Polygraph
Association' because of the continual fiascos) would be handling it.
Instead of finishing this with professionalism, XXX would lose thousands of
dollars this year if they removed their approval of this school thus losing
future XXX member dues from XXXXXX students, so no punishment.

XXX has been increasingly worthless for over a decade now.
Their 'approved schools' are often of lesser-quality than
schools who choose not to involve XXX."



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The 1980s were long ago;
so why do most polygraph schools
still teach the same as then?



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I also had him come into my classroom then,
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In the 1990's he trained me for polygraph
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decade, I often assisted him in teaching
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The PolygraphAcademy.com comprehensive package
is full of knowledge that many current examiners
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Very, very thorough and well-presented".

Steve Avery, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER, NorthEast Lie Detection,
www.AveryPolygraph.com,
Rhode Island and multi-state

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Are you planning to attend a polygraph academy soon?
This package will put you WAY ahead of the other students!
Or, already graduated? See the 78-page index
(table of contents) below to see what you didn't learn!


Why were two polygraph academies recently ordered to
refund THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS to their students?!


Includes many 'tips', 'tricks', and special advice
that even most long-time polygraphers
--and polygraph 'instructors'-- don't know!


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Joseph Paorone, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
and a polygraph academy owner/operator

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From a published report in a legal magazine,
written by a polygraph examiner with 40 years experience,
who taught at the US Government polygraph academy and who now
works with polygraph licensing bureaus and polygraph schools
(and he has been a full-member of (XXX) for more than 30 years):

"The XXXXXXX Polygraph Association (XXX) in all appearance should be
the watchdog of the industry, but it is no more than a trade association
with minimal standards as to what a polygraph school should teach
.
The XXX scratches the surface with school inspections and student review.
As a matter of fact, the XXX was denied authority by the Department of
Education for academically accrediting polygraph schools, therefore,

the XXX possesses little or no authority to
endorse a post-secondary educational institution".




Are these two really 'polygraph academies'?!:
In the last year,
one held 2 very small classes the whole year;
the other had only 2 students the whole year!
That's not what their websites say!




Why have so many polygraph 'instructors' NEVER
operated a successful polygraph agency of their own?!
If they never supported their family by obtaining and satisying
polygraph clients, how in the world can they teach someone else to?!
The truth is, almost every polygraph examiner you will ever
meet has NOT ever paid his/her bills with a 'polygraph business':
instead, he/she either has a 'real' job, a pension, or a working spouse!
Why? The work IS there and available-- you just need to direct it to YOU.



Can send the 50-pound package in one delivery--
or can send in four logically-timed deliveries!



Here's a scary fact: most examiners who claim to be 'Certified' get
& keep that title through one small group that requires only that every
year they have 12 hours of education, WITH NO TEST GIVEN;

Yes, that's only one hour per month, with no testing or scoring,
in a high-tech profession that has continual changes & improvements!

Sadly, in an attempt to improve the quality of examiners, one
nationwide polygraph organization has suggested raising it to 15!

If Required Continuing Education is a primary difference between
a 'trade' and a 'profession', then these numbers are a disgrace.



Experienced, and want to do contract work for law-enforcement agencies?
All typical form letters, tips, and questionaires used for
pre-employment testing are included; no need to 'reinvent the wheel'!
Many documents and instructions are from major law-enforcement agencies.
In fact, this section has doubled in size since the last major update.


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Bob Korter, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER, Vancouver Polygraph,
www.VancouverPolygraph.com, Washington


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Lack of integrity:

Examiners are ethically required to not participate in any exam
that they have either an interest in or a conflict-of-interest in.

During discovery in a civil trial, it was learned that the polygraph testing
used in the defense of the management personnel being sued was conducted
by an examiner who was the cousin of the management personnel tested.

Despite the report saying that management was truthful,
the hidden-but-discovered relationship killed all credibility.

The other side used a polygraph examiner with no improper relationship.

The other side won.

NOTE: The offending examiner had graduated from an
'approved by an association' polygraph school a year before.



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

A sad 'secret'-

Many good polygraph examiners write terrible reports.

As a director who approves examiners to receive referrals
for polygraph examinations from the nationwide polygraph
referral network Polygraph Examiners Of America
(www.peoa.US), I am required to review a sample report
from every member before they can receive a referral.

Some excellent examiners are found to be producing a
final work product, their written report, that is so poor
that it lessens the value of their work. These reports,
read later by other persons, do not reflect the skill of
the examiner. Instead, some wrongly look like amateurs.

Interviewing many polygraph academy
graduates revealed a common statement:
"In school, we didn't spend much time on writing reports".
And some schools spent NO time on report writing!

When a completed examination is later being discussed,
you are not there: your report is standing there for you.
A crummy report could mean that your client wasted the money.

Included in this 50-pounder are enough sample reports to
assist any examiner in writing respectable examination reports.


Update Fall 2008:
This week, another recent graduate of an 'association approved'
polygraph academy advised "I have a client now and I need a report
sample-- the $5000 8-week school I just graduated from did absolutely
no mentioning of how to do a report, not even giving us a single sample"
.
More proof that some polygraph academy owners know this sad truth:
most $5000 graduates will NEVER have a real polygraph business after finishing.



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Most pages inserted in clear plastic sleeves.
This comprehensive package is hand-assembled as 'heavy-duty'
(a slow method of production, but allowing the best in quality!)
as can possibly be, as to allow years of review.

Like having a 'best friend' in the polygraph business who
will share ALL of the industry information with you!



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" I wanted to thank you for putting together
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PEOA members on a daily basis, I have actually secured a weekly
polygraph interview spot on a popular radio station in the Bay Area".


Larry DiPaola, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER, Modern Polygraph
www.ModernPolygraph.com, California

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Nearly 15 pounds heavier
than the last major update
(we don't waste resources, so imagine how
much information is contained in that
extra fifteen pounds of material; the new index
(table of contents) alone is 20 pages longer!)


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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Again, we recently completely reviewed a set
of every hand-out, guide, study-sheet, notes, etc,
--virtually the complete & entire curriculum--
from a recent class of ANOTHER respected full-term
'but NOT approved by a polygraph organization' polygraph academy.

Far better than it's 'approved by a polygraph organization' competitor!

Yet, it still could be greatly improved,
and NOTHING about operating a polygraph BUSINESS.

(To be fair, most schools are NOT going to teach any polygraph 'business';
they are there to prepare you to work FOR a polygraph examiner).


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"It was an excellent course and gave me a great foundation to work from".


Doug Brenn, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
www.CoreInvestigation.com,
California

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We buy the teaching materials from
polygraph schools that went out of business.
Sometimes we trade such items with operating schools.
Usually, they are outdated or worth little;
if we find a 'gem', we include it for you!


Learn why one brand of computerized polygraph instrument
is such a better choice to buy than all of the others.



Included are ‘scripts’ for using the common polygraph
examination techniques, and step-by-step initial instructions
for all FOUR different computerized polygraph instruments.



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I also attended a www.PEOA.us workshop which I found to be informative,
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I would highly recommend this program
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Dan Riemer, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER, Revelations Inc
www.SouthFloridaPI.com, Florida

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Used to guide the popular 'Polygraph Fundamentals Workshop' seminars.



Just wondering what the difference is:
Why would a polygraph organization
'approve' a 2-week course in South America,
but require FOUR-TIMES that when it is done in the US?!





Perhaps why the website of a 'bigger' old polygraph organization
had its 'Contact A Member' section down the first half of 2007:

1) While that group had been claiming to have nearly
3000 members, it was revealed by counting each member
in that portion of the website, state-by-state, every state,
that it added up to be far closer to 500!
Where are all the others?!

2) Nearly 1/3 of the contact e-mail addresses were not valid!

Removing the 'Contact A Member' section of their website has
likely cost their dues-paying members many paid examinations.


Update 5/2008:
this section of the website
has been back up for about a year:
a fresh count adds up to about 800,
including from all countries worldwide and
from both private and government,
and including full and associate members!
Again: where are all the other 'thousands of members'?!

It is sad to see these 'figures' about their membership.



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Honestly, I looked into several training programs that were very expensive
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Another reason to jump on this package is that you can do it on your
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.

Jeannie Hobbs, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
www.PrecisionPolygraph.com,
Arizona

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Restricted Availability: also discussed are various 'countermeasures',
methods used to attempt to falsely pass a polygraph examination.
This includes the two nearly undetectable methods, which if not
spotted could allow a lying person to be scored as truthful
(undercover government agents know these two secret techniques,
to try if being polygraphed by those who they have infiltrated;
some sex criminals share them with each other while in prison).


Why did the top polygraph examiner in a major police department's
polygraph unit get demoted and lose his supervisor position?
Complaints from examinees and from his own employees!



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Many polygraph academy graduates do not know
anything about 'countermeasures' because their 'instructor'
told them that there is "no such thing as a countermeasure-
there are no ways to even try to alter a polygraph's results".
He teaches this despite the strong industry training and
seminars teaching the many cheat-methods being used.

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Note: this is NOT a quickie
'click-on-print-and-out-comes-a-manual'.
This is a FIFTY POUND, hand-assembled primer-plus package
of hundreds of pages of data, hand-outs, color photographs, lesson guides,
government polygraph training data, scripts, report samples,and more
(a slow method of production, but allowing the best in quality!)



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Recently, complaints to a state school-licensing
bureau about another high-volume polygraph
academy produced yells of 'Fraud!'.

This school had been advertising that they were providing
students with even more hours of training than a polygraph organization's
recommended guideline polygraph training hours.

This school had submitted a very specific curriculum of
polygraph training to the state, including exactly how many
hours would be spent on each topic. The state approved this
polygraph class, 'to be taught AS SUBMITTED & APPROVED'.

Instead, it was alleged that:
-- most classroom materials used were VERY poor --
-- there were giving less than 1/3 the promised hours --
-- a past instructor had been told by the school owner:
"Don't teach them so much, or they will become our competitors" --
-- most 'graduates' there never again touched a polygraph --
-- the current 'instructor' had little real-world polygraph experience --
--a past guest-instructor had been told by the school owner:
"Even though the students were only here for a few hours,
write 8am to 5pm next to each of their names" (he refused)--
-- school staff openly slandered competitors and past students --

As most students there were injured in their past jobs,
and attended here only due to the recommendation of their
Workers Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation counselors,
many students --and insurance companies-- were 'ripped off'.

A polygraph organization publicly criticized the school owner,
about the lack of hours, in the polygraph organization's publication.


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Learn about a rarely-known but growing source of polygraph work:
polygraphing for Immigration / Asylum / Refugee immigration applicants!
Your work might make the difference
between the request being granted or not.




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multi-state

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Would you like to conduct polygraph examinations for TV?!
Learn why many are not chosen for film or radio use;
see why some polygraphers get continual requests from producers.
Includes the one common mistake made by most media first-timers!
Author has more media involvements and appearances in
the recent past years than any other polygraph examiner!

Note: this section has doubled in size since last major update.


Built from years of polygraph study and practice.

Also includes a CD-ROM of these important
documents, formats and templates to add to your computer:
interview sheets, techniques, various types of
'fill-in-the-blanks' report samples, complete 1988 EPPA text,
employee notification forms in English & Spanish, and more!

Most content of this CD-ROM was built using WORD,
so you can customize them at any time as needed.

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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Recently, we completely reviewed a set
of every hand-out, guide, study-sheet, notes, etc,
--virtually the complete & entire curriculum--
from a recent class of DACA
(Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment),
the Federal government polygraph academy previously
known as DoD-PI (Department of Defense Polygraph Institute).
Very good - orderly and well-researched. But 'dry'.
No photographs. No color; all black and white photocopies.

And it is based on the type of exams conducted by government
examiners-- where in most situations, the examinee is required
to submit to the exam. So, the DACA materials are excellent for
that, but are lacking in training for the many variables encountered
in private-sector exams (and of course, no polygraph 'business' materials).

Note: many tidbits of updated research & technique information were
obtained during this review, and they have been added to this 2009 version!


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Two more polygraph academies went out of business recently,
both in areas where there is a shortage of private polygraph examiners.
Perhaps if their past students had received better materials, ? ? ? ?




Fall 2008: a graduated(?) student working at an 'association approved'
polygraph academy & agency does such poor work that he almost destroys
an examinee's life! A businessman, wanting to clear up his wife's
suspicion of infidelity, suggests that he undergo a polygraph exam.

Unbeknownst to the businessman, the agency assigns him to a recent student
with little experience. After FUMBLING FOR ABOUT AN HOUR to get the
computer polygraph instrument ready (obviously he didn't have the well-refined
and easy to follow step-by-step how-to sheets from PolygraphAcademy.com!), the
examiner used such (later determined by experienced examiners) poor question
choices that the businessman falsely failed his exam!

Lucky for him, his wife allowed him to be re-tested professionally,
and he easily passed.




Don't we need to trust those
'approving' the polygraph school?:

When one school was undergoing their 'approval visit',
they tell that they were told to
"Get rid of Instructor XXXXX; he does not meet our standards;
I can't approve you until you do".
But months later, Instructor XXXXX starts his own school,
and he is approved by the same person!


Learn how you can have a new computerized
polygraph instrument in your hands in 24 hours!




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"The Polygraph Training Guide is one of the most informative and complete
curriculums that I have been able to find on polygraph examining.
It is easy to read and understand with a lot of real world experience put into it.
For the amount of information and years of experience compiled into one package,
I can genuinely say that this training guide is well worth the purchase".


S.F. Lukas, POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
www.LukasPolygraph.com
Florida

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Trying to 'fluff up' the 'hours of teaching',
some schools advertise that their schedule
includes TEN to FIFTEEN hours
on 'History of Lie-Detection'.
Do you think that you that you will be a better
polygraph examiner by knowing how the ancient Indians
or the Salem Witch Trials did lie-detection?!!!


The 2 most common compaints made to school
licensing boards about polygraph academies:
1. Many less class-room hours than per catalog
(if you attend one, keep a log:
they can be ordered to give you back a % of your $!)
2. No 'jobs' that were implied by their staff
(when being 'sold' on the school, they either offer 'placement'
or tell you that gov't agencies will be looking to hire you!)


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Not all polygraph schools are equal:
(Two similar examples-- see what the sad common denominator is!)

1) Recently, a person was ready to sign up to attend
a 'respected' polygraph academy in a major city, one that is
'approved by a polygraph organization'. He had cash ready.

But the school's 'intake person' told him that "there is no work
available for private polygraph examiners, so unless a police
department is ready to send you to this school, just forget it".

This is in a state with a shortage of private examiners!

2) Students at another school in the same major city area were
often told: "There is no work for private examiners; get a
government agency to hire you, as the public is not a source of work",

The sad common denominator:
Both schools are owned by private examiners who have
good business income from the public, and they don't
want their own students taking away their business!



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Many good polygraphers have only little business:
they are well-skilled, but are lacking in 'marketing savvy'.
Included in this package are samples of PROVEN
marketing tools- relatively inexpensive yet effective!


Earning 'extra credit' at a polygraph school?!
OUCH! Complaints to the school licensing board
about a polygraph academy where the instructor
asks women students to meet him after school in
the motel room across the street from the school
(where he stays during the school week).
He even asked them to bring their own liquor!



Would you like to be taught by a 'guest instructor'
who smokes marijuana during class-room breaks?!


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Learn which 5 little parts get lost or broken
the most often, so you can keep spares with you.
(Have these backup parts with your instrument;
these are all very low-priced, yet could keep
you from working until a replacement arrived)


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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Regarding the instructor at an 'approved by a polygraph organization' school:

Has he been approved to be an instructor by either that same
polygraph organization OR by the state school licensing board?!

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Also learn about PCSOT Examinations
(Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing),
the most popular polygraph continuing-education choice.

There are about 40 states that require
sex offenders to submit to polygraph testing!


Includes some of the knowledge gained from attending
three 40-hour 'approved by a polygraph organization'
PCSOT seminars and from years of actually
conducting real PCSOT examinations.

NOTE: a polygraph organization recently revealed
a disturbing fact: many PCSOT 'instructors' teaching
at 'approved 40-hour PCSOT courses' actually have
litle or NO real-life experience in actually
conducting this type of exam!

The writers/compilers of this 2009 version have hands-on
PAID experience administering this type of examination
for government agencies, county through Federal.


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Research is important:

For example, there are currently four 8-week polygraph academies
in California alone (there was a fifth, which recently closed).

We thoroughly reviewed recent & complete sets of all issued
training materials and student notes from every one of these schools.

NONE has near the range of coverage that this 50-pound package does!



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Another long-time instructor at a
respected/'approved' polygraph academy
is no longer there, now replaced by a
younger and far-less experienced
-but better- instructor. Wonder why?

Could it be that many reviews completed
by graduating students contained complaints
that the old instructor continually boasted,
actually sometimes many times every day,
that he himself was the best examiner anywhere
while often including insults about his competitors?!


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Injured, and thinking about learning polygraph?
One polygraph academy was said to have been
turned down for 'approval by a polygraph organization'
because of their 'accepting re-hab students'.
Not exactly ADA-compliant!



Sleazy behavior by a couple of polygraph academy owners:

Some instrument manufacturers sell complete new polygraph instrument
packages to schools for only about $1500, with the promise by the
schools to NEVER sell them; they are super-discounted only to be used at
the school, in hopes that students will like that brand and then order
them for the full regular price of $6000 for the same package.

Well, some schools have ordered several at about $1500 each,
then re-sold some or all of these school instruments to their
students at prices from $3000 to $5000. Unsuspecting students
don't know, until a warranty repair or an upgrade is needed.

Note: some schools are authorized sellers of instruments,
making a $1000 or more commission on each sale, which
explains why they push a lesser brand than the best.



Don't count on the class dates listed on a school's website:
many schools quietly 'skip' scheduled class dates,
entire 8 or 9 week blocks,
when there were not enough students to 'make it worth it';
this often happens AFTER you have paid and have
arranged to be off work for those entire months!
One 'approved' school, listed a calendar last year
that 'showed' back-to-back classes the entire year:
but really only 2 of those scheduled classes ever were held!



Why does one polygraph 'instructor' lie to
the excited new students at the 'approved by
a polygraph organization' school he teaches for,
telling them "I charge $2000 for a polygraph exam"?
The truth: he really charges 1/5 of that: $400!
It is improper to lie to students, giving those students
unreasonable expectations about possible future earnings.



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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Another example of FRAUD when it
comes to advertised hours of training;
BUT this time, it is to deceive the very 'polygraph organization'
who granted them 'Approved by a polygraph organization' status!

This school is advertising that they are providing the
students with the hours of training per the organization's
recommended guideline polygraph training hours.

Admitting to the students that it would be less hours per day
than the posted schedule, they actually told the students:
"We won't tell (that polygraph organization) if you don't"!


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The 5 most common lies told by
polygraph examiners to prospective clients:

1) "I use a computerized polygraph".
(said by some who only have old analogs)

2) "The exam will take X hours".
(Many examiners say double the time it will really take)

3) "I am a Dr./PhD".
(There are several who have diploma-mill titles)

4) "I've done XXXX polygraph exams".
(One was embarrassed in court when found lying)

5) "I've done polygraphs for XX years".
(a timeline shows the lies)

A proper training foundation is better than having to lie.

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Hundreds of dollars/hours of continuing education
every year are used to continually improve this package!


Also improved for the 2009 edition:
every section and page listed in the giant index (table of contents)
has been reviewed by a series of polygraph examiners,
below new and old, for suggested improvements and updating.
Those modifications have all been included!

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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Why was one 'respected' polygraph academy
recently quietly for sale for years;
unsold for years, what event made it's
value suddenly become far, far less?!

Update: it finally sold, recently, to the instructor there!

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Also learn about the extensive use of polygraph examinations
at sporting events (bodybuilding tournaments, races, fishing, cycling,
and many others). Why polygraph has replaced drug testing and more!


Why are most graduates of 8-week polygraph academies,
one year after graduating, NOT in the polygraph business?!


Instead of just 'theory', learn from those with years of 'applied use' of
lie-detection: learn from the real-world successes -and mistakes- of others!


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Not all polygraph schools are equal:

Insist on HONESTY- ask any school for an exact and
detailed list of all materials
you will be receiving for your
$5000 payment. Then ask to review a set before you pay!

And not a 'Here's what we'll be talking about' list;
you want a list of the printed handouts and materials.

Or ask to see every piece FIRST-
then put it them on a scale and see how much
less material they are providing than
what is in this 50-pound package!

Our 'cards are on the table': our list is below
(and at about 10% of what the alternative would cost!)

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Includes past input, technical support, and data
from all four polygraph manufacturers!


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Pirate alert! Last year, a less-than-honest fellow
decided to try to sell photocopies of an older version of this
copyrighted material to the public. He (and his buyers) ended up paying
more in fines and legal expenses than this fellow had earned in the
previous two years. And it was an older, smaller version!


NOTE: new pages and/or improvements are added EVERY week!


Compare the index (table of contents)
below to the posted schedule of topics offered
at any polygraph academy nationwide:

From the 78-page index (table of contents):


(Specifications and prices are subject to change; your package
may slightly differ from this index in content and order)


For 2009: also included, at no extra charge:
more than a dozen different government-agency polygraph training material volumes!



SECTION INDEX

Simple and to-the-point:
what one thing really determines if an
examinee passes a polygraph exam—
or fails
(exams by FBI, police, or private:
we are all looking for this same thing)


The 2 important words you learn the first
day at an 8-10 week polygraph academy
(Know these or you’ll sound like an amateur!)

More words- "Lie Detector Test", AKA:
(Names used for a polygraph examination)

More words- "Polygraph Examiner", AKA:
(Titles used by persons who conduct polygraph examinations)

The 3 main parts of a Polygraph Examination
(conducted in this order)

Polygraph History
(The evolution of lie detection)
with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

More polygraph history details
(a time-line)

Additional polygraph history

The first time a polygraph was used in court
(February 2, 1935; and the details)

Polygraph Theory
(How a polygraph works to detect deception)

Psychology terminology

Physiological
(the five systems)

Physiological
(Lies and the human body: one overly-simplified path)

Physiological:
Spinal nerve chart

Physiological:
Spinal nerve chart;
top-half, enlarged

Physiological:
Spinal nerve chart;
bottom-half, enlarged

Physiological:
Circulatory System

Physiological:
Integument System

Physiological:
Nervous System

Physiological:
Autonomic Nervous System
(sympathetic and parasympathetic)

Physiological:
Muscle System

Physiological:
Cell System

Physiological:
Plasma Membrane System


Polygraph and/or Interview Text Materials
(Very few are available)

Polygraph Tracings
(What a polygraph is measuring)

Polygraph Tracings: example
(showing all four typical measurements)

Polygraph Tracings
(Cardio tracing terminology)

Conventional/Analog/Mechanical-type Polygraph Instruments
(Never called a polygraph "machine";
known as a polygraph instrument)


Close-up photo of a Stoelting analog polygraph instrument

Close-up photo of a Lafayette analog polygraph instrument

Photo: the two different GSR/EDA finger-types

You will break your GSR/EDA finger-connectors (electodes)
(It will happen, sooner or later; here's how to be prepared!)

Photo: close-up of a broken GSR/EDA steel-velcro electrode

Do you only have the GSR/EDA cable
that uses the 'adhesive' electrodes,
and you want to use steel-and-velcro
connections on the fingers instead?
(here is a quick conversion that should work for
all brands that use the standard adhesive electrodes!)


Photo: GSR/EDA adhesive-to-metal conversion
(enlarged)

Photo: adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes
(enlarged)

Photo: adhesive electrodes on the palm of a hand

Photo: adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes
(another view)

Diagram: GSR/EDA electrode placement

GSR/EDA electrode instructions

Photo: adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes
(very enlarged; finger-side of a wet-gel electrode)

Photo: adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes
(very enlarged; snap-side of a wet-gel electrode)

Where to buy adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes
(where hospitals buy them from!)

Another source to buy adhesive GSR/EDA disposable electrodes from
(also where hospitals buy them from!)

Label, GSR/EDA disposable electrode packaging
(includes part number used since 2006)

GSR/EDA electrode packaging
(what main package looks like)


Photo: a typical pneumo with bead-chain

Are your pneumo chains too short?
(With bodybuilders and other large persons,
occasionally the standard 48" chains are not long enough.
Here are suggestions from polygraphers across the nation.)


When your black rubber inflation-bulb
to your blood-pressure cuff gets a tear
(instead of paying $100-$150 to the original
instrument manufacturer, replace it for under $20!)


Photo, replacement inflation bulb


An Interview or an Interrogation?
(What's the difference?)

Basic Interview Techniques
(Federal training)

Promises of Leniency

Conducting a Custodial Behavior Analysis Interview

Interview & Interrogation
(Federal training)

Interview & Interrogation Pointers
(Federal training)

Interview & Interrogation
(additional Federal training)


Interviewing

Interviewing Juveniles
(Federal training)

Interviewing children of sexual abuse

The Client Interview
(Learning the details and the client's desired goal)

A ‘Culture Tip’
(so that you don’t get flustered
when the unexpected happens)


When & how does the client pay?
(Before I begin, when the testing is done,
or when the written report is ready?
And: Cash only? Check? Credit card?)


The safest way to accept credit cards
(You actually get paid in cash while the
client gets to 'finance' the examination!)


‘Send’ form, for client to pay by
credit card but you get paid cash

‘Receive’ form, for you to receive cash
from your client’s credit card payment

An alternate ‘Send’ form, for client to
pay by credit card but you get paid cash

An alternate ‘Receive’ form, for you to receive
cash from your client’s credit card payment

More ‘pay by credit card’ information

Credit Card Promissory Note
(Not a guarantee that a regular credit card
payment can not be stopped, but it helps!)


The Pre-Test Interview
(Obtaining information while instilling examiner confidence)
with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

The Pre-Test Interview
(Federal training)

The Pre-Test Interview
Discussing any polygraph research done by examinee
and details of any past exams he/she has had


Non-Verbal Communications
(Federal training)

Pre-Test Interview worksheet

Pre-Test psychological questionaire

Attaching an Examinee to the Polygraph
(Step-by-step)

Attaching an Examinee to the Polygraph
(Federal training)

Attaching an Examinee to the Polygraph
(diagram)

Instructions to Examinee:
How to increase the accuracy of your polygraph examination

What if the examinee is an amputee?
(Loss of limbs does not always stop a polygraph)

What if the examinee is pregnant?
(Pro and Con)

What if the examinee is pregnant?
(Federal CID guidelines)

What if the examinee is incarcerated?
(notes about in-custody examinations)

Some rules for CA adult institutions
(inmates and staff)

The 'Acquaintance Test'
(Coins---cards---numbers;
also known as a 'Stim Test')

with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

The Acquaintance Test
(Federal training)

An alternate acquaintance test

CVOS
(Sometimes used instead of or as an 'acquaintance test')

The 3 Types of Questions Used in a Modern Polygraph Examination
(Irrelevant--Relevant--Control/Comparison)

Question Formulation

Control/Comparison questions
(also known as 'known lie' questions;
the hardest theory for many polygraph students to understand;
if done incorrect, will often make an examinee falsely fail)

Control/Comparison question samples
(for various types of examinations)

Comparison/Control Questions for juveniles

List of typical Comparison/Control questions
used in Law Enforcement applicant examinations

Control/Comparison Questions
(Federal training)

Control/Comparison Question RULES
(Federal training)

Control/Comparison Question QUALIFIERS

Development of Control/Comparison Questions

Irrelevant question samples

Relevant question samples

How to refer to the name of an
individual mentioned in relevant questions
(Federal training)

exercise: Irrelevant Questions

exercise: Relevant Questions

exercise: Control/Comparison Questions


Test Question construction

Test Question construction
(Federal training)

Test Question construction
(more Federal training)

Test Question construction
(additional Federal training)

Single-issue examinations and multi-issue polygraph examinations
(One is much more accurate)

The client 'needs' more relevant questions asked than
allotted for on a standard technique; what can I do?
(Here's how some polygraph examiners handle that!)

The 5 most common lies told by
polygraph examiners to prospective clients!

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SECTION INDEX

'Techniques' Used By Polygraph Examiners
with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

Most-common Polygraph Question Techniques
(MGQT-Zone/ZCT-Reid--I/R)

Should I use MGQT, or use Zone?
(Federal training recommendations)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(A popular polygraph technique)
with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Federal training)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
("The question #3 mystery";
many persons fail anything asked as question #3,
but if they are asked the same question as
#5, 8, or 9 they will 'pass' it!)


MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(more information)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Employee Theft 'script' example)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Relationship/Infidelity 'script' example)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Employee Theft 'script' example; blank, and with no
theory/terminology, as to be used near examinees

--also included on the CD-ROM--

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Infidelity 'script' example; blank, and with no
theory/terminology, as to be used near examinees

--also included on the CD-ROM--

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(Employee/money theft; blank, ENGLISH-SPANISH)

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(GENERIC BLANK; used by many polygraphers)
--also included on the CD-ROM--

MGQT: Modified General Question Technique
(alternate format sheet)

AFMGQT: US Air Force MGQT
(as taught at DACA/DOD-PI;
primarily used within the US Government)

with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

AFMGQT: US Air Force MGQT
Federal training

AFMGQT: US Air Force MGQT
additional Federal training

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique
(Has safeguards for the innocent and outside issues)
with 'DACA/DOD-PI notes'

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique
Federal training

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique
additional Federal training

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique
additional training

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique
additional training

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique example

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique example:
law enforcement applicant, drug-specific

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique BLANK
(GENERIC BLANK; used by many polygraphers)

--also included on the CD-ROM--

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique BLANK
(alternate format sheet)

ZCT: YOU-PHASE
(Federal training)

CIT: Concealed Information Test

POT: Peak Of Tension test

POT: Peak Of Tension test
(Federal training)

POT: Peak Of Tension test
(additional Federal training)

POT: Peak Of Tension test
(additional training)

TES: Test for Espionage and Sabotage
(a ‘directed-lie’ technique,
developed and taught by DACA/DOD-PI)


R/I: Relevant/Irrelevant

R/I: Relevant/Irrelevant
(Federal training)

R/I: Relevant/Irrelevant
(additional Federal training)

R/I: Relevant/Irrelevant
(scoring)

C/I: Counter-Intelligence
(to protect against Espionage, Sabotage, Terrorism)



------ SPECIALTY: ALTERNATIVES TO POLYGRAPH------

Voice Stress Analysis AKA Voice Polygraph

MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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-----SPECIALTY:
INCARCERATED/ IN-CUSTODY / JAIL TESTING / COURT-APPOINTED-----

What if the examinee is incarcerated?
(notes about in-custody examinations)

Example of a judge’s court order allowing a
polygraph examiner access to enter a detention
facility to conduct a polygraph examination

Example: court application used to obtain court order to
llow a polygraph examiner access to enter a detention
facility to conduct a polygraph examination (2 pages)

Example of typical ‘Professional Visiting Rules’ for
detention facilities, large major-city law-enforcement agency

Another example: a judge’s court order allowing a
polygraph examiner access to enter a detention
facility to conduct a polygraph examination, 3 pages

Example: an Appointment Order, assigning an expert
witness (polygraph examiner) to a court case
Example: typical request form for a privileged
(non-recorded and non-monitored) telephone conversation
with a person in a detention facility, large major-city
law-enforcement agency

Example: a typical request form for an interview with
a person in a detention facility, large major-city
law-enforcement agency

Example: a typical request form for a visitor’s pass
to see a person in a detention facility, English,
large major-city law-enforcement agency

Example: a typical request form for a visitor’s pass
to see a person in a detention facility, Spanish,
large major-city law-enforcement agency

Example: prisoner data form,
large major-city law-enforcement agency

Example, ‘Coding Guide’
(service codes and descriptions for invoicing of
court-appointed services, large county superior court system)


Example, ‘Instructions for Declarant’
(instructions for invoicing of court-appointed services,
large county superior court system)


Example, ‘Declaration And Order RE Fees For All Appointments’
(reimbursement request for payment, under penalty of perjury,
for invoicing of court-appointed services,
large county superior court system)


Example, ‘Detail Of Services And Expenses Attachment’
(Declaration And Order RE Fees For All Court Appointments)
(a detailed breakdown for all items invoiced, for invoicing
of court-appointed services, large county superior court system)


Some rules for CA adult institutions
(inmates and staff)



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------ SPECIALTY: POLICE APPLICANT POLYGRAPHS ------

Typical current law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examination questions

Notes about law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examinations
(Observations made by examiners and examinees)

'Pre-Employment Polygraph Guidelines' instructions
from a major law-enforcement agency
(2005; 10 pages; their examination policies and guidelines)

Major law-enforcement agency
‘Administering The Pre-Employment Exam’ instructions

Typical law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examination
Appointment Letter with Instructions

Major law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examination
Appointment Letter with Instructions

Another major law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examination
Appointment Letter with Instructions

Polygraph examination waiver
from a major law-enforcement agency

Another polygraph examination waiver
from a major law-enforcement agency

Another polygraph examination waiver
from a major law-enforcement agency

Another polygraph examination waiver
from a major law-enforcement agency

Pre-employment Polygraph Interview
Advisement

Release Of Information form

Pre-employment Polygraph Interview
Instruction sheet, requiring examinee’s signature

Major law-enforcement agency
pre-employment polygraph examination
16-page background questionnaire
(aka Pre-polygraph Questionnaire)
(16 pages; 200+ questions;
used for testing; typically about drug use,
habits, sex, past criminal activity, and more;
with each ‘Yes’ answer given it asks
“How many times did you do this?”
and then asks for approximate dates)


Another typical extensive law-enforcement
agency pre-employment polygraph questionnaire

Another typical extensive law-enforcement
agency pre-employment polygraph questionnaire

Another typical extensive law-enforcement
agency pre-employment polygraph questionnaire

Another typical extensive law-enforcement
agency pre-employment polygraph questionnaire

Typical law-enforcement agency
Personal History Statement
7-page background questionnaire

Another typical law-enforcement agency
Personal History Statement
9-page background questionnaire

Law Enforcement Applicant Testing
(Federal training)

Questions often asked of
law-enforcement applicants
during pre-test interviews

LEPET:
Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test
(Federal training)

LEPET 2:
Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test
(additional Federal training)

LEPET 3: Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test
(additional Federal training)

LifeStyle/FullScope polygraph examinations

Federal ‘Public Trust Questionaire
(pre-polygraph questionnaire- 11 pages)

ZCT: Zone Comparison Technique example:
law enforcement applicant, drug-specific

List of typical Comparison/Control questions
used in Law Enforcement applicant examinations

Typical relevant and comparison questions asked
of applicants with no prior law-enforcement experience

Typical relevant and comparison questions asked
of lateral applicants (with prior law-enforcement experience)

Follow directions!
‘Fail letter’ from a law-enforcement agency
to an applicant regarding his examination

Newspaper story about a major-city
police department's polygraph unit

Court ruling: police can be forced to take a polygraph test

Are you an experienced polygraph examiner,
and you want to do exams for a law-enforcement agency?
(Here are some questions often asked of you at hiring interviews)

Example: typical government agency job posting

If you want to contract with government agencies,
here are some questions they may be asking of the
‘References’ you listed on your application or bid:


- - - - -



Polygraph 'Countermeasures'
(Methods used to try to 'beat' the polygraph;
virtually all fail, and why)


Effect of Drugs on polygraph examinations
(Federal training)

Countermeasures
(additional training)

The One 'Countermeasure' Method Most Likely
To Quietly 'Beat' A Polygraph Examination
- If Not Closely Watched For
(Obviously, to be kept very confidential)


Verbal indicators of deception

Defeating 'Mental Countermeasures'
(Some examinees will compute math equations or other
mental exercises while answering Yes or No, to reduce
the size of their responses; here is a technique to
reduce that from being effective!)


Polygraph Terminology List

Polygraph terminology glossary, 14 pages

Polygraph Terminology List, additional

Polygraph Acronyms


Polygraph Chart Markings
(Common symbols that an examiner places on the charts;
many to show an improper movement -an 'artifact'--
that could wrongly effect the examination results)

Working with 'plunging GSR'
(when the GSR/EDA tracings are immediately
dropping hard after each answer)


Chart Analysis/Numerical Scoring
(Did he pass or did he fail?)

Manual Chart Analysis/Test Data Analysis
(Federal training)

New 2-page scoring list from DACA/DoD-PI/DACA:
As of 2007, these are the 12 diagnostic features
that can be used for computing polygraph scoring.
(9 of the 21 that were previously used are now no
longer used, due to lack of research supporting them!)


Manual Chart Analysis/Test Data Analysis
Seven-Position Numerical Evaluation Scale
(Federal training)

Manual Chart Analysis/Numerical Scoring
(Scoring ratio chart: 2:1 =+1, etc)

Manual Chart Analysis/Numerical Scoring
(3-position vs 7-position)

Manual Chart Analysis/Numerical Scoring
(Why DACA/DoD-PI advocates the use of
7-position instead of 3-position)


Numerical Scoring sheet

Manual Chart Analysis/Test Data Analysis
(Assigning values when using 7-point scoring)

Scoring using DACA/DoD-PI’s
Numerical Evaluation Scoring System
(Nobody has studied polygraph scoring more than DACA/DoD-PI!
with ‘DACA/DoD-PI notes’

Manual Chart Analysis/Test Data Analysis
(Did the changes occur in a timely manner?)

Manual Chart Analysis/Test Data Analysis
(Peaking)

Numerical Scoring
of EDA/GSR
(the three diagnostic evaluations)

The 3 possible results of
scoring an examination
(NDI, DI, or NO/INC)

News story: court dispute about polygraph scoring

Additional Scoring

Post-test Interviews
(discussing the results, and more;
and a little-known important reason
to conduct a post-test interview)


Denial vs Lying

Verbal indicators of deception

Credibility Assessment through Linguistic Analysis
(Federal training)

Typical clients of polygraphers
(Who should I market to?)

Common Types of Polygraph Examinations


SPECIALTY: IMMIGRATION/ASYLUM/REFUGEE POLYGRAPHS

Polygraph for Immigration / Asylum / Refugee applicants

Information on the US Asylum Program

Asylum polygraph information

Acronyms involved with
Immigration/Asylum/Refugee matters
(Know what these initials stand for, or risk looking
uninformed when dealing with immigration attorneys!)


The US Government’s definition of Asylum

The required elements of Asylum

What determines a ‘Well-Founded Fear’?

What is ‘Persecution’?

The REAL ID Act of 2005

Key laws involving Asylum

What is a ‘Merits Hearing’?

Definition of Marriage Immigration Fraud

Sample: an actual Asylum Hearing appointment letter

Affidavit of Support (19 pages)

VAWA: Violence Against Women Act
(increasingly involved in immigration matters)

Websites of government agencies
connected to immigration/asylum

Definition of Amnesty

Amnesty information

The major sources of evidence

Definition of ‘Expert Witness’

Testifying in court as a Polygraph Expert

Other types of Immigration-related hearings

Glossary of Immigration terms

More asylum polygraph information

News story, misconduct and wrongly deporting/denying

Typical technique used, asylum polygraph examination

Report example, asylum polygraph examination

Example:
declaration, under penalty of perjury
(when submitting a polygraph report into court evidence;
often done on ‘pleading –numbered- paper’)


Sample sheet: pleading paper
(you can photocopy)

News story involving immigration and polygraph

Example:
website of an Immigration/Asylum polygraph specialist

Using an Interpreter
(Federal training)

Using an Interpreter
(additional Federal training)

Federal Rules of Evidence
(Article VII: Opinions and Expert Testimony)

Federal Rule of Evidence 702
(Testimony by Experts: qualified by knowledge,
skill, experience, training, or education)




-------- SPECIALTY: SPORTING EVENT POLYGRAPHS -------

Polygraph Examinations for Sporting Events

Bodybuilder Competition Examinations

Example of a typical
'List of Banned Substances'
used at some bodybuilder contests

Another example of a typical
'List of Banned Substances'
used at some bodybuilder contests

International Competition
Prohibited Substance List
(11 pages)

Example of a typical
'Agreement, Waiver and Release'
used at some bodybuilder contests

Typical contestant application
(can help you learn some
of your client's terminology)


Special EDA/GSR problems
with bodybuilding competitors
(Some bodybuilder 'tricks of the trade' can
interfere with this portion of chart collection)


Why all the different rules about
Ephedrine being OK -or not OK-
in examinations for the same
bodybuilder competition event?!


Typical question-format used
at some bodybuilder contests

Another typical question-format
used at some bodybuilder contests

Fishing Tournament waiver & release

A sample Fishing Tournament Rules

Another sample Fishing Tournament Rules

Another sample Fishing Tournament Rules

Another sample Fishing Tournament Rules

Another sample Fishing Tournament Rules

A news story about fishing tournament polygraphs

Another news story about fishing tournament polygraphs

A 3-page news story about fishing tournament polygraphs

News story about a fishing tournament polygraph lawsuit

Another fishing/polygraph lawsuit news story

Typical question-format used
at some fishing contests

Boxing and polygraph news story

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SECTION INDEX

SPECIALTY: PCSOT

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(Introduction to PCSOT)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(The four types of PCSOT examinations)

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing

(chart: the four types)

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing

(additional: the four types)

PCSOT QUIZ 1
(covering 'Introduction' and 'The four types')

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(PCSOT-related classes)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Triangle Of Supervision/Containment chart)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Triangle Of Supervision/Containment chart tree)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(statistics, facts, & figures
from government studies)


PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(MORE statistics, facts, & figures
from government studies)


PCSOT QUIZ 2
(covering 'statistics, facts, & figures')

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
‘Cycle of Abuse’ chart

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(Countermeasures)

PCSOT QUIZ 3
(covering 'countermeasures')

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Abbreviations and acronyms used in dealing with
mental health professionals-- a 10-page list!)


PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(BA, CGP, CSAT, CSG, LCSW, MA, MFT, MPA, PhD, RN, etc:
what do all those letters following the clients' names mean?)


PCSOT QUIZ 4
(covering 'initials following clients' names')

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Sex Offender quiz)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Pedophiles)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Study results: re-offending, those polygraphed compared to those not)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Child Pornography)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Incest)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Guidelines for juvenile sex offenders from one state agency;
the surprising young age approved under these guidelines)


PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(USDOJ ‘Containment Approach’ report, 12 pages)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Reference chart)

PCSOT: Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(national guidelines)

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
example- maintenance exam question-format form
with ‘DACA/DoD-PI notes’

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
example: maintenance examination report (short form)

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
example: maintenance examination report (long form; 2 pages)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(Administering the
Sexual History Disclosure Examination)


PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing

Objectives of the Sexual History Disclosure

PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing

Sexual History Disclosure Questionnaire (7 pages)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
(Sexual History Disclosure Examination
questionaire, 20 pages)


PCSOT:
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
Typical weekly questionnaire used
at a sex-offender treatment center

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
US v. Antelope; 2005 decision (28 pages)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
(Model PCSOT Policy)

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
Alaska's PCSOT program

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
Wisconsin's PCSOT program

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sexual Offender Testing
Example of a government agency
or treatment-provider referral form


PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
What is a '730 Evaluation'?

PCSOT
Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing
What is an 'Abel Assessment'?
(Some PCSOT clients ask if you could also provide this)

CONREP: Conditional Release Program
(Introduction)

CONREP QUIZ 1
(covering 'Introduction')

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Legal




Ethics
(From 'bribes' to examinee privacy)

Ethics
(newspaper story)

The ‘dark side’ of the polygraph profession
(all professions have it; a small percentage here too!)

Polygraph newspaper

Legal 1

Legal 2

Polygraph in court
(Related decisions)

Legal Considerations
(Federal training)

Miranda admonishment, English/Spanish

Consent form

One type of Consent form

Consent Form, Federal

Consent Form, Juvenile-Parent

Example of a judge’s court order allowing a
polygraph examiner access to enter a detention
facility to conduct a polygraph examination

Example of a law-enforcement agency request
for a copy of a polygraph report from you
(2 pages)

Employee Notification Form

Employee Notification Form

Employee Notification Form, Spanish

Employee Notification Form, alternate Spanish


Example:
polygraph declaration, under penalty of perjury
(when submitting an exam into court evidence)

Definition of ‘Expert Witness’

Testifying in court as a Polygraph Expert

Example:
declaration, under penalty of perjury
(when submitting a polygraph report into court evidence;
often done on ‘pleading –numbered- paper’)


Sample sheet: pleading paper
(you can photocopy)

Order Denying The Government’s Motion In
Opposition To The Admission Of Polygraph Evidence
(USA v Davlia and Cummings;
government agencies use polygraph examinations,
so how can they not accept polygraph as evidence?!)


United States v Scheffer

United States v Scheffer II

Court ruling: police can be forced to take a polygraph test

9-page Confidentiality Agreement
(very detailed and extensive; used by a multi-millionaire
celebrity for all vendors and employees)


Polygraph Declaration
for in lieu of personal testimony


Court-Admissibility list, state-by-state

Federal Rules of Evidence
(Article VII: Opinions and Expert Testimony)

Federal Rule of Evidence 702
(Testimony by Experts: qualified by knowledge,
skill, experience, training, or education)



SECTION INDEX



SPECIALTY: MILITARY

PCASS:
Preliminary Credibility Assessment Screening System
Facts and figures

PCASS:
Preliminary Credibility Assessment Screening System
News story

PCASS:
Preliminary Credibility Assessment Screening System
Another news story

PCASS:
Preliminary Credibility Assessment Screening System
Photo

PCASS:
Preliminary Credibility Assessment Screening System
Another photo




Quality Control/Peer-Review/Quality Assurance
(Evaluating another polygraph examiner's work)

Quality Control / Peer-Review
(a check-list)

Example: Quality Control/Peer-Review/Quality Assurance
(a sample of a critical evaluation of
another polygraph examiner's work)


Another example: Quality Control/Peer-Review/Quality Assurance
(another sample of a critical evaluation of
another polygraph examiner's work)


Another example: Quality Control / Peer-Review
(when two exams in the same week give different results,
and the other examiner’s charts are not made available,
an interview)


Polygraph Schools

What is ‘Preceptor-trained’?
(Instead of attending a polygraph academy, some learn
polygraphy by working under a polygraph examiner)


Typical 3-page Intern Evaluation/Progress report
(used in some states that regulate trainees)

Details of one state's Intern Licensing Test


DACA: Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment
(The world’s largest polygraph academy;
changed it’s name from DOD-PI
- Department of Defense Polygraph Institute –
in 1/2007)

DACA: information

DACA: history

DoD-PI: color

DoD-PI: black & white

CIFA/DoD: color


John E. Reid and Associates
(Interview & Interrogation training and materials)


SPECIALTY: YOUTH/TEENS

Polygraphing Youth/Teens

Testing juveniles: What age is OK?
(guidelines that Federal polygraph examiners follow)

Juvenile worksheet: their ‘right from wrong’ ability

Interviewing Juveniles
(Federal training)

Consent Form, Juvenile-Parent

Interviewing children of sexual abuse


Verbal indicators of deception

Example of a judge’s court order allowing a
polygraph examiner access to enter a detention
facility to conduct a polygraph examination

The Use Of Law Enforcement Polygraph Tests With Juveniles

Control Questions for juveniles

Testing juvenile sex offenders
(Guidelines for juvenile sex offenders from one state agency;
the surprising young age approved under these guidelines)

Cults, Ritualistic Abuse and Satanism (100 pages)



REVIEW EXAMINATION 2
3


EPPA: Employee Polygraph Protection Act
(Since 1988, it affects pre-employment
and employee-theft examinations)


EPPA: Employee Polygraph Protection Act
(Common violations that bring big fines!)

EPPA posted sign- English

EPPA posted sign- Spanish

EPPA posted sign- Spanish / color

EPPA complete 1988 text

--also included on the CD-ROM--

Employee Notification Form

Employee Notification Form

Employee Notification Form, Spanish

Employee Notification Form, alternate Spanish

United Stated Department of Labor’s
WH-1481 EPPA form

United States Department of Labor’s
Fact Sheet #36: EPPA (two pages)




SPECIALTY: Marketing -sales- Tools (cards, brochures, ads, CVs):

Example: polygrapher business cards

Example: polygrapher marketing tools

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: ad for a reoccurring polygraph radio show

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: another polygrapher marketing tool

Example: typical 'Experts and Consultants' listing

Example: small ad in a ‘throwaway paper’

Example: typical polygraph-related Internet 'banner ads'

Example: typical polygraph-network ‘spotlight ad’

PolygraphConnection.com:
advertise your business for $25 per year!

CV: curriculum vitae
(a to-the-point list about a professional)

Example: One polygrapher's CV

Example: another polygrapher's CV

News story about polygraph



Example: employee polygraph notification letter, English
--also included on the CD-ROM--

Example: employee polygraph notification letter, Spanish
--also included on the CD-ROM--

Example: employee polygraph notification letter, Spanish 2
(alternate translation)

Example: another type of employee notification letter

--also included on the CD-ROM--

Example: post-examination (analog) report to client

Spanish
(Terminology and a special note)

Using an Interpreter
(Federal training)

Using an Interpreter
(additional Federal training)

Networking for Polygraphers

PEOA.us website homepage
Polygraph Examiners Of America
(the nationwide polygraph referral network)

PEOA.us website menu (enlarged)
Polygraph Examiners Of America
(the nationwide polygraph referral network)

PEOA.us website bodytext (enlarged)
Polygraph Examiners Of America
(the nationwide polygraph referral network)

PEOA.us postcard
Polygraph Examiners Of America
(the nationwide polygraph referral network)


ASTM

ASTM membership information

ForensicInvestigatorsNetwork.com website homepage
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)

ForensicInvestigatorsNetwork.com body text (enlarged)
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)

ForensicInvestigatorsNetwork.com icons (enlarged)
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)


Continuing Education

thePIdirectory.com website homepage
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)

thePIdirectory.com body text (enlarged)
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)

thePIdirectory.com icons (enlarged)
(another source of work for polygraph examiners!)

General list of items on a
typical state-licensing test
or on a certification test

Repairs and Supplies

Polygraph in other countries

Polygraph: England


SPECIALTY: TV AND OTHER MEDIA APPEARANCES

(A note about TV and entertainment polygraph exams:
Most exams were actually conducted off-camera.
What you see on TV is usually a pretend exam
filmed next, for TV purposes. The movements,
unusual questions and silly answers are not
what you can expect on a real examination.)

‘As Seen On TV’ sign

Dealing with the Media

Television appearances ‘tips’

Television appearances: ‘tips’ #2
(more to know before your first appearance)

“To be on TV, don’t’ I need to be
a member of SAG or AFTRA?”
No! (and why)

Example: contract required that you sign to
allow your likeness to be used and televised;
‘Personal Appearance Release Form’

Example: Personal Release

Example: contract required that you sign to
allow your likeness to be used and televised;
‘Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure’ agreement

Another example: contract required that you
sign to allow your likeness to be used and televised;
‘Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure’ agreement

Another example: contract required that you sign
to allow your likeness to be used and televised;
3-page ‘Contributor Release’

Filming sign 1

Filming sign 2

Example:
a filming ‘call sheet’ (daily schedule)
from a TV show involving polygraph

Example:
Actual ‘cue cards’/reference cards
used on live-taped TV shows

Script example:
polygraph scene, 2007 TV commercial,
where a polygraph examiner was hired to be
on-set during filming as a Technical Advisor

Script example:
polygraph scene, 2007 TV detective series,
where a polygraph examiner was hired to be
on-set during filming as a Technical Advisor

Screen shot:
TV examination

Screen shot:
chart sample

Screen shot:
Editor’s view of a TV taping

Director’s hand-drawn film-set diagram
for a polygraph show, showing where
cameras and all else will be located

Screen shot:
TV examination

Release agreement

Celebrity Lie Detector

Celebrity Lie Detector

Example of a
Product Tradeout Agreement
(appear on TV in exchange for an
advertisement at the end of the show)


More Celebrity Lie Detector

More Celebrity Lie Detector

Example:
a 5-page Associate Release (appearance) agreement

Screen shot:
TV examination

Example:
an Emergency Medical Authorization and Release

Screen shot:
TV examination

Example:
polygraph news blurb and photo,
AP / Associated Press

Example:
polygraph examination photo,
television show

AFTRA timesheet example

AFTRA check authorization example

Standard AFTRA Engagement Contract example

AFTRA application example

W-9 form
(most studios will ask you for one)

Screen shot:
TV examination

Time card

9-page Confidentiality Agreement
(very detailed and extensive; used by a multi-millionaire
celebrity for all vendors and employees)


Mileage form

‘As Seen On TV’ sign





SPECIALTY: BIDS AND REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS

State government agencies post requests for bids on
providing examinations; here’s one website example!

A source for finding many RFPs (Request For Proposals)
and other job postings and bid-requests nationwide

Typical recent RFP / Request For Proposal / bid-request
from a government agency, all requirements (20 pages)

Another typical recent RFP / Request For Proposal /
polygraph bid-request from a government agency, all requirements (33 pages)

Another typical recent RFP / Request For Proposal /
polygraph bid-request, from a state supreme court,
all requirements (28 pages)

Another typical recent RFP / Request For Proposal /
polygraph bid-request from a government agency, all requirements (24 pages)

Example: typical government agency job posting

Insurance
(typically, 'Liability' and 'Errors & Omissions')

Example: typical application for professional insurance

another typical application for professional insurance

Archive: lie-detection advertisement

FLpolygraph.org website homepage
Florida Alliance of Polygraph Examiners
(FAPE is the FL division of PEOA.US)

News story:
FBI: 'Killer cracked after polygraph test'



SECTION INDEX

SPECIALTY: RESEARCH

Lie-Detection Research Laboratory
(Largest organized private repository of lie-detection-related
literature/memorabilia/PCSOT and VSA data/operation and repair manuals/
hand-outs and materials from polygraph seminars & schools;
textbooks/DOD-PI Annual Reports To Congress/instruments/
and more; coverage era 1950s to present)


(To see the titles of some of the
research literature that has been produced.)

One view of a wall of Lie-Detection Research Laboratory's library

(each example below shows approximately 10 titles;
NOTE- no copies of these materials are available from us.)


Example 1: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 2: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 3: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 4: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 5: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 6: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 7: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 8: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

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Example 16: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 17: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 18: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 19: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory

Example 20: Lie-Detection Research Laboratory


Literature from Polygraph Manufacturers

Own your own ‘dot-com’ name in
5 minutes for about $10 per year

Websites of various Polygraph Examiners
(listed as examples only; no permission granted to copy them)

Example: website of a Polygraph Examiner
(shown as an example only; no permission granted to copy it)

Another example: website of a Polygraph Examiner
(shown as an example only; no permission granted to copy it)


'VIPs' in Polygraphy Today
(Names to know in the polygraph industry)

Tribute to a passed Polygraph Examiner:
Jamie Skeeters

Tribute to a passed Polygraph Examiner:
Chris Gugas

Tribute to a passed Polygraph Examiner:
Chris Gugas

Tribute to a passed Polygraph Examiner:
Tom Ezell

Future of Lie-Detection

Polygraph Research
(Federal training)

Security and Safety
(for the examiner and for the instrument)

PolygraphAcademy.com website homepage

'Certified Polygraph Examiner'
(an examination to promote nationwide standards)


States that License or Register Polygraphers

States that DO NOT License or Register Polygraphers


North Carolina Polygraph Licensing

South Carolina Polygraph Licensing

South Carolina Polygraph Licensing Laws (7 pages)



Where To Buy USED Polygraph Instruments

Proper Attire for Polygraph Examiners

Polygraph shirts:
Often used by law-enforcement agency polygraph units;
short-sleeved polo shirts popular with examiners
(full ordering details)


Photo: polygraph examiner shirts

Other polygraph shirts
more short-sleeved polo shirts popular with examiners
(full ordering details)


Photo: other polygraph examiner shirts

Polygraph Examiner 'Horror Stories'
(don't repeat their mistakes, including:
using phony ‘PhD’ or ‘Doctor’ titles;
falsely testifying in court that
“I did x000 exams in the last x years”;
stepping on toes to look for thumbtack;
testing with a missing pneumo;
using bad spelling on reports;
causing a $$$$$ EPPA-violation
by asking about other than the loss;
polygraph instructor who every day
for 8 weeks told the class how great a
polygrapher he is- every 15 minutes;
claiming to be the Technical Advisor for a TV show-
when they chose a different polygrapher instead; and
administering marriage therapy instead
of conducting an impartial exam)


Polygraph Quick Reference Guide
(The often-needed data, all on one page)

'Which 5 little parts get lost or broken the most often,
so I can keep spares with me?’
(Have these backup parts with your instrument;
these are all very low-priced, yet could keep
you from working until a replacement arrived)


LosAngelesCountyPolygraph.com website homepage
(a source of work for polygraphers in California)
(This is a division of PEOA.US)

LosAngelesCountyPolygraph.com cities list

CD-ROM and CD forms list

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SECTION INDEX

Computerized Polygraph Instruments
(Never called a polygraph "machine";
known as a polygraph instrument)

FOUR TOOLBARS, side-by-side
(one each, from all four computerized manufacturers)

Axciton

Lafayette

Limestone

Stoelting

Scoring Software for Computerized Polygraphs
(programs to analyze polygraph data)

QUIZ: Scoring Software for Computerized Polygraphs
(match the programs to their developers)

Identifi
(using this popular scoring algorithm)

Polyscore
(using this popular scoring algorithm)

OSS 1 and 2
(Objective Scoring System)

OSS3
Objective Scoring System 3
-released 8/2007-

Financing A New Computerized Polygraph Instrument

Computer storage/carry cases
(photo example: the most popular hardcase,
upper level)

Computer storage/carry cases
(photo example: the most popular hardcase,
lower/hidden level, with computer lifted away)

Instrument storage/carry cases for
computerized polygraph instruments
(Would you carry a $6000
polygraph in a kid's $15 backpack?!)
(example: the popular hardcase)

Examples of case nameplates available for hardcases
that slip into the space cut out near the handle
(actual size)

Instrument storage/carry cases for
computerized polygraph instruments
(example: the popular softcase)


Video Cameras for attaching to
computerized polygraph instruments
(example: the most-recommended model)

Surge/Spike protector
(example: the popular palm-sized model)

You WILL lose mobile exams without this 99-cent adapter
(some older homes & offices can not use your power cords)

Portable printer
(photo example: a $50 color printer in a hardcase with
power supply, USB cable, and 2 spare ink cartridges)


Portable printer: (photo)

Another portable printer (photo)

Another portable printer (details)

Portable Power
(a small portable power supply that can power your laptop computer
for a few extra hours when conducting polygraph examinations at
remote locations that have no electricity; $99 - $150)


Software to clone your hard drive to a back-up hard drive
(saves all of your past examinations, along with your complete
operating system and your polygraph software-- plus your scoring
software which usually only allows ONE installation! Prepares a
back-up hard drive, ready to plug into any computer if needed)


Remote-monitoring of an examination,
using inexpensive video equipment
(allows for monitoring without being in the same room)

Specifications of typical remote-monitoring video equipment

2-page brochure, typical remote-monitoring video equipment

photo, typical remote-monitoring
video equipment, in a hard carry-case

photo, front, typical remote-monitoring video equipment

photo, rear, typical remote-monitoring video equipment

photo, portable VCR, in a hard carry-case

USB cable choices
(and why to carry a spare)

photo, USB cable

EXAMPLE: a generic post-examination report blank
--also included on the CD-ROM--

EXAMPLE: an employee money theft post-examination report blank
--also included on the CD-ROM--

EXAMPLE: post-examination report to client
(using computerized instrument; probation violation, firearm)

EXAMPLE: post-examination report to client
(using computerized instrument; probation violation, alcohol)

EXAMPLE: post-examination report to client
(using computerized instrument; infidelity)

EXAMPLE: post-examination report to client
(using computerized instrument; marijuana)

Example: alternate (simple) format report to client

EXAMPLE: a 4-page post-examination report to client
(using computerized instruments and
multiple examiners/examinees; theft)


Federal Polygraph Examiner Handbook

Military Criminal Investigation Command
Polygraph Examiner Manual



REVIEW EXAMINATION 3


4

SECTION INDEX

AXCITON COMPUTERIZED POLYGRAPH:

Axciton company notes

Photo, Axciton computerized polygraph, complete
(USB model, white case)

Photo, Axciton computerized polygraph, complete
(serial model, black case)

Photo, Axciton computerized polygraph, faceplate
(faceplate of 4-channel/serial sensor box;
its actual size is 6.25" X 1.3")

Photo, Axciton computerized polygraph
(complete, stored in a Pelican.com case)

Manufacturer Interview:
Axciton computerized polygraph

TERMS: Axciton computerized polygraph

NOTES: Axciton computerized polygraph

QUIZ: Axciton computerized polygraph
(Terms and Notes)

View of CD software:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Another view of CD software:
Axciton computerized polygraph

‘How to give an exam in 7 easy steps’
(Seven pages of help from the Axciton staff!)

INDEX TOOLBAR 4.8: Axciton computerized polygraph

INDEX TOOLBAR 6.5: Axciton computerized polygraph

EXPLANATION, INDEX TOOLBAR:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Changing the language:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(The only polygraph already programmed for
3 languages: English, Spanish, and Russian!)


Screenshot- language choice menu:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Accessing the built-in
Pharmaceutical Dictionary:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(If examinee tells of using a drug,
see which tracing it is likely to affect)


Screenshot- Pharmaceutical Dictionary:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Screenshot- Pharmaceutical Dictionary sample:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Setting up OPTIONS/Acquisitions:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(auto re-center, question pace/timing,
how many channels, and more)


Screenshot- Options/Acquisitions screen:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Setting up COMMENTS:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(on-screen marking of inappropriate
movements and talking of examinee)


Screenshot- Options/Comments screen:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Creating a new Question Template:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Screenshot- New Template screen:
(Question Editor)

Screenshot- MGQT template:
Axciton computerized instrument

Axciton computerized instrument

Preparing to start an examination:
Axciton computerized polygraph

Screenshot- Give An Exam screen:
Axciton computerized polygraph

QUESTION EDITOR TOOLBAR:
Axciton computerized polygraph

SESSION PROPERTIES TOOLBAR:
Axciton computerized polygraph

ACQUISITION TOOLBAR:
Axciton computerized polygraph

ACQUISITION DISPLAY (chart):
Axciton computerized polygraph

ACQUISITION DISPLAY (chart)
showing 'countermeasure use':
Axciton computerized polygraph

View of White Star scoring screen:
Axciton computerized instrument

Axciton operation manual

Sales literature 1: (2005)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 2: (2005)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 3: (2005)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 4: (2005)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 5: (2006)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 6: (2006)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 7: (2006)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 8: (2006)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 9: (2007)
Axciton computerized polygraph

Sales literature 10: (2007)
Axciton computerized polygraph

archive- MANUFACTURER INTERVIEW 2004:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)

archive- MANUFACTURER INTERVIEW II, 2004:
Axciton computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)



SECTION INDEX

LAFAYETTE COMPUTERIZED POLYGRAPH:

Lafayette company notes

Photo of a Lafayette LX-4000 DAS unit
(front)

Photo of a Lafayette LX-4000 DAS unit
(rear)

Photo of a Lafayette LX-4000 complete system
(stored in a hard carry case)

Manufacturer Interview:
Lafayette computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)

Federal training volume,
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

TERMS: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

NOTES: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

QUIZ: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Terms and Notes)

Test Data Notations,
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Federal training)

View of CD software:
Lafayette computerized polygraph

SCREENSHOT: Security Screen
(requires 'User ID' and 'Password' to start program)
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph (9.9)

Save time: removing the requirement
of entering a User ID and Password:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(see which LX-4000 versions this will
work for and will not work for)

SCREENSHOT: Preferences screen
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

Adding a "Center ALL Tracings' Button:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Instead of manually clicking on the tip of each tracing
arrow one-at-a-time to center the tracings, adding this one
button will let you click just once to instantly center all four!)


"What is the button marked 'pneumo vent' for?":
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Quick help for the Lafayette staff!)

Using the Drug Reference Guide
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

SCREENSHOT: Drug Reference
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

TOOLBAR: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph (9.8)

Finger-cuff
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(an alternative to the arm blood-pressure cuff;
it improves examinee’s comfort,
allowing longer test times!)


photo, finger-cuff:
Lafayette computerized polygraph

1:
PREPARING to start an examination:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

CHART: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Not Yet Recording)

2:
ADMINISTERING an examination:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

ANNOTATIONS CHART: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

CHART: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Recording)

CHART: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Additional)

3A:
SCORING an examination with POLYSCORE:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(for after completing all steps of 'Preparing to Start
an Examination' and 'Administering an Examination')

3B:
SCORING an examination with OSS:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(for after completing all steps of 'Preparing to Start
an Examination' and 'Administering an Examination')

"Why are my GSR tracings dropping?"
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Lafayette staff!)

SCREENSHOT: Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph, ZCT (9.8)

Functionality Check Procedure:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

Improving your instrument and results:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Upgrading the EDA/GSR)

Ordering information for:
Improving your instrument and results:
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(Upgrading the EDA/GSR)

Get a spare GSR/EDA cable now!
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph
(An internal break can cost you work!)

photo, spare GSR/EDA cable
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

Do you only have the GSR/EDA cable
that uses the 'adhesive' electrodes,
and you want to use steel-and-velcro
connections on the fingers instead?
(Lafayette has a quick conversion that lets
you use the standard electrodes instead!)


Did your cardio pen and its
tracings disappear off the screen?
Lafayette LX-4000 computerized polygraph

Repairing a Pneumo Chest Assembly
(Thanks to Lafayette Instrument!)

Lafayette 2008 training seminar schedule

Lafayette 2008 training seminar schedule, local hotels list

Sales literature 1: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 2: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 3: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 4: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 5: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 6: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 7: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 8: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 9: Lafayette price list (2006)

Sales literature 10: Lafayette price list (2006)

Sales literature 11: Lafayette price list (2006)

Sales literature 12: Lafayette price list (2006)

Sales literature 13: Lafayette price list (2006)

Sales literature 14: Lafayette LX-4000 polygraph (2006)
(7/2006 4-page sales brochure)

(ARCHIVE)
Older computerized models- Trivia and differences:
Lafayette 2000 and 3000 computerized polygraph

(ARCHIVE)
Photo:
Lafayette 3000 computerized polygraph
(including Polygraph

(ARCHIVE)
Preparing to start an examination:
Lafayette 3000 computerized polygraph
(for LX-3000 model only; an older model; no video;
gold DAS box; no USB-- requires a serial port;
uses batteries or an AC-adapter for power)


(ARCHIVE)
(July 1999) Functionality Check Procedure:
Lafayette 3000 and 2000 computerized polygraph


Lafayette LX5000 computerized polygraph
(the ‘wireless’ model; introduced summer 2008)




SECTION INDEX

LIMESTONE COMPUTERIZED POLYGRAPH:
including Polygraph Professional Suite software
versions using 1.x (2003-2005) and 2.x (2006- )


Limestone company notes

Photo of a 2006 Limestone PPS version 2.0 complete package

Photo of a Limestone computerized polygraph instrument

Photo of a Limestone complete system

Manufacturer Interview:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)

TERMS: Limestone computerized polygraph

NOTES: Limestone computerized polygraph

QUIZ: Limestone computerized polygraph
(Terms and Notes)

Screen view: Limestone Computerized Polygraph
(2.0 FrontEnd)

TOOLBAR: Limestone computerized polygraph
(FrontEnd)

BEFORE using your new instrument:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(One of the ‘default’/shipping settings
is set way to high to be instantly usable)


Quick Start instructions, 15 pages:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Polygraph Professional Suite version 2.6 1/2007)

Quick Start instructions, 11 pages:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Polygraph Professional Suite 2.0 1/2006)

Session Information screen:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Polygraph Professional Suite version 2.6 1/2007)

Customing your 'Event Markers' (F-keys):
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Those on-screen F-keys are programmable, allowing you to
make specified keys place words permanently on the charts,
from 'cough' and 'talk'-- to your own name!)


Saving changes you made to the screen:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(pin/pen positions, colors, tracing thickness, sensitivity, etc;
quick help from the Limestone staff!)

“How do I check to see which
PPS software version I have?”
Limestone computerized polygraph
(two pages- quick help from the Limestone staff!)

How to use the Session Information Dialog
Limestone computerized polygraph
(for versions 2.4.0.0 12/2006 and higher)

Save time: removing the requirement
of entering a password to start program:
Limestone computerized polygraph

Left-side toolbar: Limestone computerized polygraph
(seen in ChartRecorder)

ChartViewer 'Program Options':
Limestone computerized polygraph
(seen in ChartRecorder)

"I forgot my password!"
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff!)

'Event Marker' bar: Limestone computerized polygraph
(seen in ChartRecorder)

Making customized question templates:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(such as 'MGQT/theft' or 'ZCT/relationship')

PHOTO: Question Template Editor, toolbar:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(PolyQuestionEditor)

PHOTO: Question Template Editor, completed form:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(ZCT/theft)

‘FingerCuff’: Limestone computerized polygraph

PHOTO: Finger Cuff,
Limestone computerized polygraph

PHOTO: Finger Cuff (enlarged)
Limestone computerized polygraph

Instructions: Finger Cuff,
Limestone computerized polygraph

Examinations: #1A of 3-
PREPARING to start an examination:
Limestone computerized polygraph
-- for software version 2.4.0.1 12/2006 and newer --

Examinations, #1B of 3-
PREPARING to start an examination:
Limestone computerized polygraph

What’s new in Version 2.6 (mid-2007):
Limestone computerized polygraph
(a 12-page report from the staff of Limestone!)

‘I upgraded from 2.4 to 2.6;
where did my Rank Scoring go?!’

Limestone computerized polygraph
(a quick answer from the Limestone staff!)

Screen view: Limestone Computerized Polygraph
(2.0 Chart Recorder)

CHART: Limestone computerized polygraph

Examinations, #2 of 3: ADMINISTERING an examination:
Limestone computerized polygraph

"Why are my EDA/GSR tracings so big?"
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff and others!)

"Why have my EDA/GSR tracings gone flat-line?"
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff!)

Green-Red timing light system:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(as explained by Limestone's support team)

‘Why is the on-screen blood-pressure gauge dead?”
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff!)

Double-checking your hand-scoring with Rank-Scoring:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Have the chart open to use this feature.
For Limestone software versions since mid-2007.)

Screen view:
Rank-Scoring
Limestone computerized polygraph

Installing IDENTIFI on a Windows Vista computer:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(advice from the software owner)

Examinations, #3A of 3:
SCORING an examination with IDENTIFI:
Limestone computerized polygraph

Identifi
(Using this popular scoring algorithm)

“I can’t find the file for Identifi to score”:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff!)

OSS1:
Objective Scoring System 1
Limestone computerized polygraph

OSS2:
Objective Scoring System 2
Limestone computerized polygraph

OSS3:
Objective Scoring System 3
-released 8/2007, in version 2.4.6-
Limestone computerized polygraph

Examinations, #3B of 3:
SCORING an examination with OSS:
Limestone computerized polygraph

(for versions prior to 2.0)

OSS scoring when one test was interrupted:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Quick help from the Limestone staff!)

Implementing Objective Scoring System (OSS):
Limestone computerized polygraph

How to score with OSS:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(for version 2.0 to 2.4.5; previous versions will be different but similar)

How to use the Rank Scoring feature in ChartViewer:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(for versions 2.2 and higher; older versions do not have this)

Examinations, #3C of 3:
SCORING an examination
with the optional POLYSCORE:
Limestone computerized polygraph

How to use the Measure feature in ChartViewer:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(for versions 2.2 and higher; older versions do not have this)

VIDEO USE notes: Limestone computerized polygraph

Hardware list 1: Limestone computerized polygraph (2007)

Hardware list 2: Limestone computerized polygraph (2007)

2007 sales literature, 10 pages:
Limestone computerized polygraph

Sales literature 1: Limestone computerized polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 2: Limestone computerized polygraph (2004)

Sales literature 3: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 4: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 5: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 6: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 7: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 8: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 9: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 10: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 11: Limestone computerized polygraph (2005)

Sales literature 12: Limestone computerized polygraph (2006)
(new features of the new Professional Polygraph Suite Version 2.0)

Limestone 'New Developments In Polygraph'
(newsletter, summer 2005)

Limestone 'New Developments In Polygraph'
(newsletter, November 2005)


Welcome letter, Limestone computerized polygraph (2006)

Limestone 'Press Release' (5/2006)

Limestone 11/2006 special offer

Limestone ‘You’re Not Just Buying A Polygraph’
brochure (2/2007)

Limestone 1/2007 software update

2008 Limestone brochure, 4 pages

archive-Manufacturer Interview 2004:
Limestone computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)


SECTION INDEX

STOELTING COMPUTERIZED POLYGRAPH:

Stoelting company notes

Photo of an Stoelting computerized polygraph instrument

2nd photo of an Stoelting computerized polygraph instrument
(complete, with all transducers and accessories)

3rd photo of an Stoelting computerized polygraph instrument
(stored in a Pelican.com case)

Manufacturer Interview:
Stoelting computerized polygraph
(Manufacturer Interview/Questions & Answers)

TERMS: Stoelting computerized polygraph

NOTES: Stoelting computerized polygraph

QUIZ: Stoelting computerized polygraph
(Terms and Notes)

TOOLBAR: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Toolbar explanation: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Question Template: Stoelting computerized polygraph

1:
PREPARING to start an examination:
Stoelting computerized polygraph


CHART: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Sales literature 1: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Sales literature 2: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Sales literature 3: Stoelting computerized polygraph

Sales literature 4: Stoelting computerized polygraph

7/2007 informational report, 11 pages:
Stoelting computerized polygraph





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interview sheets, techniques, various types of
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employee notification forms in English & Spanish, and more!

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Modified General Question Technique blank
--General Purpose

Modified General Question Technique blank
--Employee Money Theft

Modified General Question Technique blank
--Relationship/Infidelity

Modified General Question Technique blank
--PCSOT maintenance

Zone Control Technique blank

Generic General-Purpose Exam Report
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Generic Employee Money Theft Exam Report
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