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Spring 2013 Issue

The 2013 National Polygraph Association annual training conference was a huge success! The NPA had a very high turnout of members attending, had a lot of vendor representation and had several polygraph school directors in attendance. Michael Woodrow, Professor and Detective Sergeant, entertained the membership with his excellent presentation, covering…
If you missed this year’s seminar, you missed a good opportunity to get together with seventy other examiners like yourself and talk about things you have in common. We had excellent presentations and again this year we gave away a free polygraph instrument during our business meeting. The board decided…
Hi All, It was really nice seeing you all at the NPA Seminar. We are hoping that attendance will continue to grow. If you didn't attend, and have no excuse, shame on you. It's still cheap, fun, and informative. We had some really good speakers and enjoyed sharing ideas and…
In the world of polygraph the name Christ Gugas is far from unknown. His work and contributions in the field will always be remembered and highly regarded. In honor of his life and the 25 anniversary of the National Polygraph Association this article will explore his life, his work, and…
The 2013 National Polygraph Association Seminar at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, NV was a valuable educational experience, great networking opportunity, and a fun time! Thank you so much to the NPA officers and board members who put in hard work to make the seminar possible!!!
_ SEXUALLY VIOLENT OFFENDER CLINICAL POLYGRAPH SEMINAR Ten years ago a quiet project began in the Midwest.  It was a new approach to the management of sexually violent offenders that utilized a unique combination of diagnostic tools and newly created polygraph procedures developed by clinical staff and polygraph experts.  Until…
By Marisa Taylor Original Article published in the Witchita Eagle WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is drawing up a new national polygraph policy in the wake of allegations that federal agencies are pushing legal and ethical limits during screenings of job applicants and employees. The decision by National Intelligence Director James Clapper…

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