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2020
New Mexico Society of Forensic Polygraphers Continuing Education Seminar and Business Meeting

Thursday and Friday January 23 - 24, 2020 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
(Business Meeting will be held January 23rd at 6:00 p.m.)

Isleta Resort and Casino 11000 Broadway Blvd. SE Albuquerque, NM 87105

The New Mexico Society of Forensic Polygraphers is proud to announce the presenters for this year’s Annual Seminar

Chip Morgan

Kerry Cait Marinelli

Darryl Starks

Training Topics Include:

Cognitive Bias and False Confessions (4 hrs.)
Use of Mind Maps (2 hrs.)
Personalized Directed Lie Comparisons (2 hrs.) Pre-Employment Law Enforcement Screening Exams (2 hrs.) Polygraph Report Writing (2 hrs.)
Test Data Analysis (4 hrs.)
Pre-Trial Preparation and Courtroom Testimony (4 hrs.)

 

PGP Polygraph, P.O. 14185, Albuquerque, NM, 87191 If paying by credit card, please contact Jennifer Paxson at (480) 312-1937

To make Hotel Reservations:
Call the Isleta at (877) 747-5382 or (505) 244-8286
Room Rate: $99 for a single or double, plus taxes
Group Code: APA0120

Please direct any questions regarding registration to Pete Pierangeli (505) 363-2580 or Jennifer Paxson (480) 312-1937

FEES AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION

$225 Registration Fee (Includes professional instruction, seminar materials, AM and PM refreshments)

Seminar Registration fee can be paid via check or credit card

Make check payable to NMSFP and mail directly to

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

This seminar will provide up to 20 continuing education hours through the American Polygraph Association (APA)



Northwest Polygraph Examiners Association Polygraph Seminar 

June 22 June 26 2020

Missoula, Montana

 

  • 40 Hour Basic PCSOT Class (APA Accredited) hosted separately in a different room. 

 

The other room will host training on the following topics:

  •  Minimizing Polygraph Confirmation Bias
  • Screening Testing Methodology Improvements
  • Comparative Analysis Of Testing Formats
  • Test Data Analysis Review
  • Law Enforcement Case Study
  • Psychology & Physiology
  • Understanding the Empirical Scoring System (ESS) now called ESS-M (Multivariate) with New Cut Scores
  • Identifying Countermeasures
  • Computer Algorithm Support - APA Requirements

The 2020 Summer Seminar will be held at Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown in Missoula, MT. The week long training welcomes nationally recognized instructors: Ray Nelson, Chip Morgan and Gil Witte.

 Attendees are responsible for making their own reservations with the hotel. Make sure you identify yourself as attending the NPEA conference to receive the low negotiated rates by May 22, 2020.

 

Seminar Fee:

Pre-Registration Member $300/Non-Member $400

Late Registration (June 1, 2020) $350/$450

Visit the nwpea.net to register

 Questions or to RSVP Contact Cory Russell [email protected]