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POLYGRAPH EXAMINER

Will Egert

EXAMINER CERTIFICATIONS

Certified Forensic Polygraph Examiner

Forensic Psychophysiologist

 

 

Polygraph Information

Polygraph testing, also known as a Lie detector is more than connecting you to an instrument. The polygraph testing involves three phases. The pre-test phase, the in-test phase, and the post-test phase, which includes chart analysis.

During the pre-test phase, the examiner acquires basic information about the examinee, discuss the issue to be tested, and with the examinee's assistance, develop and review the questions asked during the test.  The examinee is acquainted with the scientific instrument and it's purpose.

During the in-test phase, the test is administered, utilizing only questions reviewed and agreed upon.  The instrument sensors will collect physiological readings of specific areas of the examinee.  The resulted readings are recorded on charts, which will be later analyzed and discussed.

During the post-test phase, the recorded charts are analyzed, and the examiner provides an opinion to the truthfulness of the responses provided.  If areas of concern are noted, the examinee is provided an opportunity to explain reactions to particular questions.
Polygraph uses: Polygraph tests are used to verify information.  Polygraph tests are used by all levels of government, all levels of law enforcement agencies, U.S. and district attorneys, public defenders and lawyers, probabation officials, security companies, and private individuals.  Employers also use polygraph testing when it falls under the specific reasons allowable under the 1988 EPPA guidelines for theft, sabotage or espionage.

About Will Egert

Will earned his Certificate of Completion from the Backster School of Lie Detection in San Diego, CA. Backster School is the fountainhead of the profession and where the standards for the industry were set back in 1963 by Cleve Backster.  Will additionally utilizes advanced state-of-the-art computerized equipment and validated examination methods accepted within the guidelines established by the American Polygraph Association.

Sound interview techniques coupled with keen observation of human behavior have provided Will with a successful record of uncovering the truth.  He brings over 20 yrs of experience working one on one with thousands of clients.


Contact AAA Affordable Polygraph for further information, questions, fees or to schedule an exam.
P.O. Box 12635
Scottsdale, AZ 85267
602.931.0353

Email:
affordablepolygraph@cox.net