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Current Opportunities

 


The City of Raleigh Police Department is seeking to fill a non-sworn position responsible and specialized technical investigative work in examining and interviewing witnesses, suspects, and victims involved in criminal activity. Work may involve examining and interviewing employees or candidates for employment. Work involves independent judgment, discretion, and initiative performing assigned tasks. Work involves follow-up to preliminary and supplementary investigations of crimes. Work involves interaction with officers investigating general criminal offenses including, but not limited to crimes against persons, property, or organized crime and consumer fraud. Work requires the application of modern investigative techniques, sound judgment, and independent initiative in pursuit of work objectives. Work is reviewed through observation of work habits and appraisal of written reports of activities.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Interviews persons in connection with criminal incidents including: victims, witnesses, and suspects. 
  • Interviews candidates for employment with the Department. Schedules polygraph examinations at the request of detectives, Police Recruiting, or Human Resources.
  • Reads and reviews all available documentation about case, incident, or individual prior to the test.
  • Discusses the known facts about the case or individual with the detective prior to the test. 
  • Establishes a format for the interview based upon the written documentation and interview with the detective.
  • Checks for a criminal history, previous involvement, or history of reporting incidents through DCI and Central Records.
  • Plans the strategy to be used with each person to be interviewed based upon the records available.
  • Conducts pre-test screening of the person to be interviewed on the day it is scheduled. Reviews the release form and rights form required for the type of examination being conducted.
  • Conducts general interview with the subject to obtain background information prior to the test. 
  • Explains the components of the polygraph instrument to the person being interviewed and answers their questions about the process prior to the test.
  • Prepares relevant, control, and neutral questions to be used during the interview based. 
  • Reviews each question to be used during the test with the subject.
  • Evaluates and reviews the charts after the test and determines the need for additional testing.
  • Notifies the detective of the results of the test/tests.
  • Discusses the results with the examinee in order to resolve any discrepancies. 
  • Performs appropriate checklist duties for the operation of the equipment prior to its use.
  • Prepares and submits a written summary of the examination findings. 
  • Maintains the certification and maintenance for the equipment.


Education and Experience

Associate's Degree in law enforcement, criminal justice or directly related field and three years of related experience.

OR

An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above, unless otherwise subject to any other requirements set forth in law or regulation.


Licensing/Certifications

  • Valid North Carolina Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or the ability to obtain one within 30 days. 
  • Certified Polygraph Examiner - Required

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Bachelors Degree and 5 of experience in law enforcement/or investigative work. 

 

All interested candidates are encouraged to apply by December 12, 2022, at the link below.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/raleighnc/jobs/3806768/polygraph-examiner

 

 

 


The Indiana State Police Laboratory has a job opening for a Civilian Forensic Polygraph Examiner in Southeast Indiana. This position will serve the Sellersburg District and Versailles District. There is no residency requirement.

Starting Salary Range: $46,800 up to $63,336 based upon education, training, and experience.

Job Duties: As a Civilian Forensic Polygraph Examiner, you will conduct polygraph examinations for pre-employment and criminal investigations.

Job Qualifications:

  • Baccalaureate degree or higher required
  • Natural Science, forensic science, and/or criminal justice classes desired.
  • Experience working criminal investigations desired
  • Completion of an ISP recognized polygraph examination training/testing program
  • Completion of an interview/interrogation course desired
  • Basic knowledge of polygraph examination and techniques desired.

 

 

Please follow the link below for the official job opening and further details regarding benefits. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/indianasp

 

Contact First Sergeant Paul Hansard, ISP Polygraph Unit Supervisor at 765-730-3054 or email [email protected] with questions.

 

 


Hello to whom it may concern,


LAPD/ the City of Los Angeles is accepting applications for Polygraph Examiner on a continuous basis and would like the job posted on your website if possible. A brief description of the job could be:
Polygraph Examiners administer polygraph examinations to police candidates, sworn and civilian employees seeking assignments to specialized units, and suspects or witnesses in criminal investigations using computerized polygraph instruments; and, as appropriate, interview and interrogate suspects, victims, witnesses and other persons involved in City related investigations; prepare written reports in order to document polygraph examination questions and results, and testify in court as an expert witness.
 
The job bulletin and application can be found here:
Thank you,
-- 
Evan Enfiajian
Management Assistant
Public Safety Bureau

 

 


Westchester County Probation in NYS is looking to contract with a polygraph professional to conduct post-conviction polygraph tests.  

 

Click HERE for the RFP

 

 

 


 


 

The Indiana State Police Laboratory has a job opening for a Civilian Forensic Polygraph Examiner in Southeast Indiana. This position will serve the Sellersburg District and Versailles District. There is no residency requirement.

Starting Salary Range: $46,709 up to $63,336 based upon education, training, and experience.

Job Duties: As a Civilian Forensic Polygraph Examiner, you will conduct polygraph examinations for pre-employment and criminal investigations.

Job Qualifications:

  • Baccalaureate degree or higher required
  • Natural Science, forensic science, and/or criminal justice classes desired.
  • Experience working criminal investigations desired
  • Completion of an ISP recognized polygraph examination training/testing program
  • Completion of an interview/interrogation course desired
  • Basic knowledge of polygraph examination and techniques desired.

 

 

Please follow the link below for the official job opening and further details regarding benefits.

 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/indianasp

Contact First Sergeant Paul Hansard, ISP Polygraph Unit Supervisor at 765-730-3054 or email [email protected] with questions.


Truth Verified Polygraph Services Is looking for experienced, PCSOT-trained examiners for full or part-time work in Phoenix, AZ; you must have an associate or bachelor's degree and attended an APA (American Polygraph Association) accredited polygraph school. The key to this role will be achieving the desired number of polygraphs and preparing accurate and complete reports. We offer competitive pay and flexible hours and are looking to fill this position immediately.  If interested, please email  your resume  or letter of interest to Elizabeth Schwarze-Zegolewsk at [email protected] or call 310-729-1150 

Elizabeth Schwarze-Zegolewska  MS
Director of Operations/CFO  
310-729-1150

 

The Forensic Truth Group is currently seeking a polygraph examiner in the Denver Tech Center, Colorado. We primarily conduct pre-employment screenings for local and state law enforcement and public safety agencies. 

 

We have a training program and do not require candidates to have had prior polygraph experience. We also have an extra instrument for an examiner, until they have the opportunity to purchase their own. 

 

We offer competitive pay, flexible hours, and bonuses. 

 

I am looking to fill this position immediately. Interested individuals are welcome to email us at [email protected] with their contact information and resume. 

 

Kellene Wells

Owner/Polygraph Examiner

Forensic Truth Verification Group, Inc. 

6595 S. Dayton St. Ste. 2400

Greenwood Village, CO 80111

(303) 957-3201

www.forensictruthgroup.com


 

 

 

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

POLYGRAPH EXAMINER

Job description

Incumbent is expected to interview applicants using a polygraph machine and standard polygraph techniques to diagnose truthfulness or deception; and performs other duties as required. Key to this role will be achieving the desired number of polygraph examinations and preparing accurate and complete reports within established hiring timelines. The work performed by a Polygraph Examiner is of a highly sensitive, confidential nature.

  • Graduation from an accredited polygraph school recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists or the American Polygraph Association
  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or other related are OR
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Preferably with two (2) years of full-time equivalent experience administering pre-employment polygraph examinations utilizing the Directed Lie Screening (DLST).
  • Must possess a valid Florida driver's license

May require to work overtime and on weekends as needed.

Applicants must be tobacco/nicotine free for six months prior to submitting application and during length of employment.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office strives to provide our employees with the best benefits possible. Some of the benefits are Annual Leave (120 hours), Health Insurance, Wellness Incentives, and Education Assistance Program.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is an EEO/ADA employer and is committed to being a drug free workplace.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.pcsoweb.com/careers

Any questions can be directed to Human Resources at 727-582-6208

 


 

Good morning, I was hoping to get the following job opportunity posted on the APA website:

Baseline Associate's Inc. is looking to hire a polygraph examiner to administer pre-employment polygraph examinations for local law enforcement and fire departments in Lakewood, CO.  Baseline has been a subcontractor to local law enforcement in the Denver metro area for over 30 years. I am looking for someone that is potentially interested in purchasing Baseline within the next year. Opportunity to workdays or evenings. Hours are flexible.  Must have attended an APA accredited polygraph school.  We have a training program; no experience is necessary.  
Please contact: Melissa Bahl at [email protected]