State, National and International Seminars

 

 

 

 


Connecticut Polygraph Association to hold 40 hour PCSOT Course 

July 29-August 2, 2019 in Meriden CT

Contact: Sgt. James Nicholson at [email protected] or Sgt. Brian Narkewicz at [email protected] for more information.

 

 


 

Maryland Polygraph Association news

The Maryland Polygraph Association will be having the annual General Membership Meeting on 9-10 March 2019.  General elections will be held.  Please point all to a link to:

mdpolygraph.org  for the latest information.

 


Tennessee Polygraph Association Seminar

 

Dates
April 1 - 4, 2019

Training to be held at the Mainstay Suites in Pigeon Forge, TN.

Topics
Route Mapping - Methodology for Increasing Pass Rates
Rules are Rules- Standards of Practice by the APA
Countermeasures- Seen any Lately?
Sex Offenses to include Non-Contact Offenses
Polygraph of Juveniles
Polygraph of Internet Offenders
Mental Health in Polygraph
Quality Control - Not Just Your Charts
Pre-Employment Testing
Instrumentation
Meat and Potatoes of the Polygraph - MGQT, ZCT and the APA Meta Analysis Results

 

Speakers

Steve Duncan

Tracy Alvord

Von Jennings

Scott Jones


Event Registration Fee
Before March 13, 2019: $175.00
At the door: $200.00

Hotel
Mainstay Suites
410 Pine Mountain Rd.
Pigeon Forge TN.
Room Rate: $109/night

 

Registration forms can be found at www.tnpolygraph.org

 

If you have any questions feel free to contact me through this email or cell at 615-766-2737.

 

Scott Jones

Tennessee Polygraph Association - Vice President

 


 

 ILLINOIS POLYGRAPH SOCIETY 

2019 WINTER SEMINAR 

TOPIC & SPEAKER: Tom Coffey 

Empirical Scoring System Multinomial (ESS-M): Implementing with Confidence 

8 Hours of APA Approved CEU 

This training session integrates practical exercises during eight hours of lecture and discussion of implementation of the Empirical Scoring System - Multinomial (ESS-M). Successful graduates will recognize the benefits of using ESS-M and be able to confidently implement or transition to ESS-M upon return to their polygraph suites. Successful implementation includes being able to write and explain ESS-M reports, being able to identify and use the correct multinomial distribution table, and being able to provide quality control of ESS-M report narratives for oneself or other examiners. This training strongly supports the intent of the American Polygraph Association (APA), American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP), and Illinois Polygraph Society (IPS) in promoting widespread adoption of evidence based practices. Attendees will receive digital take-home materials consisting of a copy of the presentation and a MS-Word ESS-M report template. This course may include printed handouts and a graded final exercise. 

Date: JANUARY 7, 2019 REGISTRATION IS DUE BY DECEMBER 23, 2018 

Time: 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Sign-in begins at 8:30 am 

Location: Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Elmhurst/Oak Brook Area 

370 N. IL Rt. 83, Elmhurst, Illinois 630-941-9444 

Rooms have been blocked for the Illinois Polygraph Society at a discounted rate of $89.00 per night. 

This seminar is FREE to all 2019 paid IPS members. 

IPS Annual dues $100.00. 

Fee for non-members $75.00 day of seminar. 

Register with: Carol Van Henkelum, [email protected] 

 

 


 

 

2019 American Polygraph Association

Latin America Polygraph Seminar

Hosted by:      Sabino Martinez ([email protected])

Mike Gougler

April 25 - 27, 2019

Hilton Reforma, Mexico City

 

Cost:                           

APA Members:          $300.00 USA Dollars before March 28, 2019

$350.00 after March 28, 2019

$400.00 at the door on the day of the seminar

 

Non-Members:           $400.00 USA Dollars before March 28, 2019

$450.00 after March 28, 2019

$500.00 at the door on the day of the seminar

 

Main subjects:           APA recognized polygraph techniques and their validity studies.

Interview and interrogation on criminal specific cases

Pre-employment screening and interviewing "A Different Approach"

Breakout Subjects for Mexico Law Enforcement examiners: Laws and current procedures. (To be determined)

 

Registration begins October 1, 2019

Hotel Information:

Non-member registration form
Member registration form

 

Click Here for the schedule

 

The web page address for the hotel click here

 

Click Here for the registration info

 

Group Name: Reunion Internacional de la Asociacion Americana de Poligrafia
Group Code: GRPAPA
Check-in: 20-APR-2019
Check-out: 29-APR-2019
Hotel Name: Hilton Mexico City Reforma
Hotel Address: Av. Juarez #70. Colonia Centro
  Mexico City, Mexico 
  06010
Phone Number: +52 55 5130 5299

 


 

 

 

 

Arizona Polygraph Association

2018 Annual Seminar

& Business Meeting

 

October 23 – 26, 2018

8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

(Business Meeting will be held October 26th 1:00 – 4:00 PM.)

 

Scottsdale Police Department

Hontz Training Facility

911 N. Stadem Drive

Tempe, AZ 85281

 

The Arizona Polygraph Association (AzPA) is proud to announce

the presenters for this year’s Annual Seminar

 

Major Walt Goodson – Texas DPS

Lieutenant Matthew Mull – Texas DPS

Detective Scott Zuberbuehler – Gilbert PD

 

Training Topics Include:

 

Countermeasures (8 hrs)

DLST / Screening Exams (4 hrs)

ESS (4 hrs)

Pre-test Interview (4 hrs)

Tactical Polygraph (4 hrs)

Introduction to Technology Assisted Crimes for Polygraph Examiners (PCSOT 4 hrs)

 

 

FEES AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION

$185 AzPA Member

$225 Non-Member

 

A working lunch will be provided by the AzPA daily for all paying attendees. To register for the seminar, please click on the following link: http://www.azpa4truth.com/2018-annual-seminar-business-meeting/

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

This seminar will provide up to 32 continuing education hours through the American Polygraph Association (APA) and the Arizona Polygraph Association (AzPA).

 

For more information, please contact Jennifer Paxson at (480) 312-1937 or [email protected]

 

 


 

NORTHWEST POLYGRAPH EXAMINERS ASSOCIATION

 

2018-2019 WINTER SEMINAR

 

HOOD RIVER, OREGON

 

JANUARY  26-27, 2019

 The Northwest Polygraph Examiners Association will hold its 2018-19 Winter Seminar in Hood River, Oregon on January  26th  –  27th, 2019 at the Hood River Inn in Hood River, Oregon.  Reservations can be made by calling the Hood River Inn at (541) 386-8904. A special rate as low as $84 per night depending on room type has been negotiated. The cost of the seminar is $100 for members and $150 for non-members, and includes twelve hours of APA approved CE training, daily coffee bar, one hosted meal, and admittance to our now infamous hosted hospitality room each night where you can meet and mingle with our members. Come talk polygraph with some of the best examiners in the world!

 

Registration information can be found on the NPEA web site at www.nwpea.net.