Monday, June 1, 2020

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Berkeley lie detector test

Need a polygraph test in Berkeley California?

Then visit Click HERE

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Gainesville Florida polygraph test

If you need a polygraph test in northern Florida, visit LIE DETECTOR TEST IN GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Continuing education for polygraph examiners via webinar

Continuing education for polygraph examiners via webinar

thePolygraphInstitute.com

In the last week, PEOA added 11 new webpages to help bring work for its participating members

In the last week, PEOA added 11 new webpages to help bring work for its participating members

These are organic pages that come up around-the-clock in search engine searches, not rotating-appearance 'paid' ads that only show sometimes.
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PEOA has more than 400 webpages bringing in polygraph requests all over the United States and more. If you are a competent examiner, have a polygraph business, and can promptly handle referrals, contact peoamail@aol.com

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Polygraph test in Washington DC

For a Washington DC lie detector test, click HERE

Monday, May 18, 2020

San Jose polygraph examiner needed

San Jose polygraph examiner needed

If you are a competent examiner, have a polygraph business, and can promptly handle referrals, contact PEOA

PEOA's ever-increasing web coverage is bringing in more reqest than can be handled same-day

Billings Montana polygraph test

Polygraph test in Billings MT

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

High Sierra Polygraph

High Sierra polygraph

Polygraph test in Mariposa California

Lie detector test in Oakhurst California

Polygraph test in Bishop California

Lie detector test in Big Pine California

Polygraph test in Sequoia National Forest

Lie detector test in Lone Pine California

Polygraph test in Independence California

Monday, May 11, 2020

Polygraph Fundamentals workshops/bootcamps in June 2020

Polygraph Fundamentals workshops/bootcamps in June 2020

Learn key polygraph basics in an accelerated hands-on format from working polygraph examiners who have earned a living as polygraph examiners, not from part-timers or hobbyists.

In most states, there averages only one active private polygraph examiner per county!

The most common polygraph testing: relationship and infidelity. Also abuse, theft, substance abuse, he said - she said matters, child abuse.

Polygraph is no longer done on the antique roll of chart paper models. Computerized models for your laptop came out in the early 1990s and the software got better year after year.

Credibility: in many areas, a person can not become a law enforcement officer without first passing a polygraph test. Same with being hired by the FBI or other Federal investigative agencies.

There are 25 states that have NO state polygraph licensing, so starting a polygraph business there is quick. In those states you need two things: polygraph knowledge and polygraph equipment.

States with no state polygraph license:
Alaska
Arizona
California
Connecticut
Delaware
DC
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Kansas
Maryland
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Washington state
Washington DC
Wisconsin
Wyoming

There are four brands of modern computerized laptop polygraph equipment, look for best prices on new and used models. We tell you which to look for-- and which to avoid.

Los Angeles area. For more information, contact PEOAmail@aol.com

Friday, May 8, 2020

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: he charged about $300 to test a young woman who wanted to prove to her boyfriend she hadn't cheated; his results and methods are questioned

Complaint about a California polygraph examiner: he charged about $300 to test a young woman who wanted to prove to her boyfriend she hadn't cheated; his results and methods are questioned

(No identifiers are listed. If you recognize yourself here, correct the situation for the future. Courtesy of Polygraph Examiners Of America, peoa.us )

Recent past complaints: YES
Examiner gender: M

Per Client:
Examiner is an older man who came in to test her. He said that because she 'did bad on one question, it skews the entire test' and failed her.

He did not provide the promised report.

Client later went to a more experienced examiner and passed her test.

Wording is very important for polygraph testing. Client advised that other examiners told her that the first examiner's choice of C questions (one was 'Are you a moral person?') were improper, too weak, and/or were of wording not recommended in the last 25 years.

Also to say that failing one question negatively affects the remainder of the test, that too was told to be untrue. There are methods to follow to prevent such a statement to be true.

UPDATE: As client knew the first examiner's results were worthless the very second he said them, combined with the fact that she then passed a polygraph test administered by a more experienced examiner, Client asked the first examiner for a refund. Examiner (in his 70s) refused, asking her if the second examiner 'was extra nice to you because you were pretty'.