SELECTING AN EXAMINER

A Basic How To

Selecting a qualified examiner can be a difficult process, considering what is sometimes at stake. We understand the importance of this decision, so we will never refer you to an inexperienced examiner or one which uses a technique not validated by scientific research. If done correctly, polygraph on average is 90 to 95% accurate. Please review the qualifications listed below to learn how to hire the best examiner for your situation.

  1. Primary Training  |  [read more]

  2. Overall Experience |  [read more]

  3. Type of Experience |  [read more]

  4. Recent Experience | [read less]

  5. Continuing Education  |  [read more]

  6. Profesionall Memberships  |  [read more]

  7. Licensing  |  [read more]

  8. Quality Control(QC) |  [read more]

  9. Equipment |  [read more]

  10. Countermeasures detection |  [read more]

  11. Court certification  |  [read more]

  12. Number of questions allowed  |  [read more]

  13. Written reports  |  [read more]

  14. Voice Stress vs Polygraph  |  [read more]