About the APA
The American Polygraph Association (APA) is a professional organization that exists to provide training, model best practices, and offer professional resources for the continued growth of ethical and evidence- based detection of deception through the use of polygraph. The APA membership consists of professional polygraph examiners, educators and researchers who share a common commitment to the public interest through the development, communication and promotion of valid and ethical polygraph practices.
2016 APA elections run from 3 July through 9 July, 2016. The APA uses Votenet (www.votenet.com), a neutral 3rd party to conduct the balloting. Votenet requires the official balloting email list be uploaded no later than 23 June, 2016. The APA election committee will be finalizing and vetting that list beginning at noon E.S.T. on 20 June, 2016. Please ensure your email address is valid by noon E.S.T. on 20 June, 2016 or you will not receive an electronic ballot.
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The American Polygraph Association, established in 1966, is the largest polygraph association consisting of examiners in the private, law enforcement, and government fields. The APA continues to be the leading professional association of its kind, establishing standards of ethical practices, techniques, instrumentation, research, and advanced training and continuing educational programs.