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2017 NPA Annual Seminar Featured

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National Polygraph Association
2017 Seminar & Business Meeting

January 16, 17, 18, 2017

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

For Hotel Reservations Call 1-800-331-5731 and mention the National Polygraph Association 2017.

Reservationsmust be made by December 16,2016 to receive Seminar Rate.

Saturday arrivals are limited.

The 2016 Seminar and Business Meeting
will be held at the Golden Nugget Hotel &
Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada. Rooms rates
for the seminar is $ 59.00 per night
(Sunday-Friday) excluding any applicable
tax and energy surcharge. In addition the
hotel charges a $20 resort fee which includes
many amenities normally incurred
as additional charges.

 

 

Registration

Name: _____________________
Company: __________________
Address:____________________
City/State/Zip: _______________
Telephone:__________________
Email:_____________________
PCSOT Training: Yes No
Registration Cost:
Member: $150.00 (advance)
$175.00 (at door)
Nonmember: $ 350.00*
Credit cards accepted only on NPA website
*NOTE: If you join the NPA prior
to the seminar you can register at the
member price. Annual Dues are
$100.00. (Application on the NPA
website, nationalpolygraph.org.
Mail registration and check to:
National Polygraph Association
P.O. Box 460672
Papillion, NE 68046

 

Speakers

Dennis Westerman: Lieutenant W esterm an has 30 years of Law
Enforcement, and currently serves as Lieutenant and Quality Assurance for
one of Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Criminal Investigations
Division's Polygraph Units. He is currently the Coordinator for Texas DPS
Law Enforcement Polygraph School and has instructed for APA, AAPP and
numerous other Federal and State organizations and associations. He was
recognized as the 2012 Texas Association LE Polygraph Investigator of the
Year.

Matthew Mull: Lieutenant Mull has served over 20 years as a
Texas Trooper and for Texas DPS. He graduated from Texas DPS in 1995
and served in Special Crimes/Criminal Intelligence. He is a former
coordinator for DPS Law Enforcement Polygraphs and has instructed there
since 2007. He currently serves at DPS headquarters and is a Lieutenant in
the DPS Polygraph unit.

Gregg Mrochko: Lieutenant Mrochko received his B.A.,
Administration of Justice from the University of Pittsburgh and graduated
the Northeast Counterdrug Polygraph Program (NCTC) in 2004,
administering polygraph examinations since that time. He is an adjunct
instructor at (NCTC) and has instructed at NCCA. He is the Board
President for the Polygraph Law Enforcement Accreditation organization
and has provided advanced instruction to Senior Examiner courses in the
U.S.

Mark Holtsmaster: Ser geant Holtsm aster received his B.A
Economics from University of Scranton. He has served with the
Pennsylvania State Police since 1993 and an examiner since 2008. He is an
adjunct instructor at the NCTC Polygraph Program and instructed at
NCCA. Mark has also taught advanced instructions at Senior Examiner
Courses in the U.S. Since 2011, he serves as the Polygraph Coordinator for
the Pennsylvania State Police supervising more than 20 polygraph
examiners across the State. He is also a member of the Polygraph Law
Enforcement Accreditation (PLEA) organization, accrediting LE polygraph
programs in the U.S.

Patty Odum, RN, MSN, FNP-BC. Patty is a board certified Family
Nurse Practitioner. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Western
University of Health Sciences with a M.S. in Nursing. She graduated
Magna Cum Laude from the University of Colorado with a B.S. in Nursing.
Mrs. Odum has 22 years of nursing experience and provided
comprehensive care as a nurse practitioner in Internal Medicine, Oncology,
Geriatric and Hospice. She is currently an instructor at Marston Polygraph
Academy in Pharmacology and Chemical Countermeasures.

Chip Morgan: Chip is a nationally recognized trainer and
lecturer proving instruction for over 35 years at polygraph schools, national
training seminars and colleges throughout the U.S. Canada and Mexico.
Chip is a 1975 Backster school graduate and served as a Detective, Criminal
Polygraph Examiner. He maintains a thriving private practice. He is the
past president of the National Polygraph Association, International
Brotherhood of Police Officers, Boise Police Association, Idaho Fire &
Arson Investigators and several other professional associations. Chip is a
Court Certified Expert in Idaho and California State Courts and the US
Federal Court Systems. He has been a certified Instructor since 1980 and is
a published author.

Melanie Javens: Melanie began employment at Complete Equity
Markets in 1988 as receptionist. She quickly made her way up the ranks
first as a word processor and then as an administrative assistant. She
obtained her property/casualty and Life/Health insurance licenses and
began her career in sales over 25 years ago. She currently underwriters
Professional Liability for Safety Professionals, Polygraphists & Forensic
Consultants and is President of three risk purchasing groups.

 

Schedule

Sunday, January 15, 2017

1:00 pm Open NPA Board Meeting
Members urged to attend

Monday, January 16, 2017
7:45 am Open Remarks
8:00 —10:00 Persuasive Pre-Test
10:00—10:30 Stoelting Vendor Presentation
10:30—12:00 Persuasive Pretest (cont)
12:00—1:00 Lunch
1:00—3:00 Persuasive Pretest (cont)
3:00—4:00 Putting Out Your Shingle
4:00 pm—6:00 pm Social Reception: Hosted
by Complete Equity, Inc.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
8:00-10:00 Federal Zone/Federal You Phase
10:00—10:30 Lafayette Vender Presentation
10:30—12:00 Federal Zone/Federal You Phase
12:00—1:00 Lunch
1:00—3:00 General Business Meeting
3:00—5:00 Plethysmograph (PLE)

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
8:00—10:00 AFMGQT & Scoring
1o:00—10:30 Limestone Vender Presentation
10:30—12:00 AFMGQT & Scoring (cont)
12:00—1:00 Lunch
1:00—1:30 Axciton Vendor Presentation
1:30—5:00 Pharmacology & Chemical
Countermeasures
5:00 Closing Remarks

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
(Dedicated PCSOT Training)
Merion Classroom
8:00—12:00 Peak of Tension in PCSOT
1200—5:00 PCSOT

 

 

FUTURE SEMINAR TOPICS

The National Polygraph Association,
Inc., is dedicated to providing an
Annual Seminar targeted to deliver
the highest quality of speakers and
presentation topics to our members.
If you have a subject topic or speaker
you feel would benefit the
membership, please make an
opportunity to speak with any of the
Association Board Members during
the seminar.
Thank You

National Polygraph Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 460672
Papillion, NE 68046
Phone: (402) 238-5528
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Website:https://www.nationalpolygraph.org

Current Board Members
Chairman of The Board
Chip Morgan

President
Gary F. Davis

Vice President
Joseph Garcia

Secretary
Theodore Parker

Treasurer
Bryant Crosby

Directors
John Odum
Erik Abel

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