The Pre Test Interview the Foundation of Polygraph

Author: Tuvia Shurany
Publisher:
ISBN: 1515340872
Release Date: 2015-08-21
Genre:

Two internationally known lecturers and polygraph instructors have put together a manual to enhance the skills of professional polygraphists in conducting pre-test interviews, which are the foundation of a quality polygraph examination.

Fundamentals of Polygraph Practice

Author: Donald Krapohl
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780128029251
Release Date: 2015-07-09
Genre: Law

Though polygraph has been the mainstay for government and police departments since World War II, it has undergone substantial transformation in recent years. Fundamentals of Polygraph Practice bridges the gap between the outmoded practices and today’s validated testing and analysis protocols. The goal of this reference is to thoroughly and concisely describe the evidence-based practices of polygraphy. Coverage will include: psychophysiology, testing techniques, data collection, data analysis, ethics, polygraph law, alternate technologies and much more. This text addresses the foundational needs of polygraph students, and is written to be useful and accessible to attorneys, forensic scientists, consumers of polygraph services, and the general public. Includes protocols and fundamentals of polygraph practice Covers the history of lie detection, psychophysiology, data collection, techniques and testing, data analysis and much more Authors are internationally recognized in the polygraph field

Handbook of Polygraph Testing

Author: Murray Kleiner
Publisher:
ISBN: 0124137407
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Political Science

The Handbook of Polygraph Testing examines the fundamental principles behind lie detector tests, and provides an up-to-date review of their validity. The editor presents current psychological theories, including an explanation of the cognitive processes central to polygraph testing. He describes the various methods of testing, the research in support of each method, and special issues in polygraph research. The Handbook helps readers interpret existing research studies, and learn how to improve the accuracy of polygraph testing and analysis. The dual focus on research and clinical applications makes this text appropriate for a broad range of readers, from polygraph examiners and law enforcement personnel to lawyers, scientists, and graduate students. The Handbook helps establish standards in the field by establishing a set of common terms, concepts, and processes for the people who administer and analyze the tests as well as for the researchers who test the underlying theories. Helps set standards in the field by establishing a set of common terms, concepts and processes

The Complete Polygraph Handbook

Author: Stanley Abrams
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: MINN:31951002449626U
Release Date: 1989-01-01
Genre: Political Science

A guide on how to administer and evaluate polygraph tests. Includes a glossary of polygraph terms, charts showing various deceptive responses, major testing techniques, psychiatric categories showing how to evaluate subjects' mental state and determine who can and cannot be tested, current validity and reliability research, and courtroom techniques for the expert witness. No bibliography. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Essentials of Polygraph and Polygraph Testing

Author: Nathan J. Gordon
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781315438634
Release Date: 2016-11-17
Genre: Law

Throughout history, there has been an intrinsic need for humans to detect deception in other humans. Developed in 1923, the polygraph machine was a tool designed to do just this. To date, there have been many improvements made to the basic polygraph instrument. This book outlines the instrumentation as well as the latest in questioning techniques and methods available to the professional interviewer to determine truth from deception. The book covers psychology and physiology, a history of polygraph with the advances of leading figures, question formulation, data analysis, legal implications and legal cases, and the author’s developed technique Integrated Zone Comparison Technique (IZCT).

California Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 9781579115678
Release Date: 2016-10-12
Genre: Law

California Evidentiary Foundations takes the abstract principles of evidence and organizes them into concise statements and illustrates their uses with sample transcripts of the elements being applied in the courtroom. It helps attorneys focus their case around a theme, and understand the theories behind proving up evidence in both civil and criminal cases. California Evidentiary Foundations includes complete references to the California Evidence Code, key cases, legislative history and citations to secondary authorities such as Jefferson, Witkin, C.E.B. texts.

How to Sting the Polygraph

Author: Doug Williams
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1502865874
Release Date: 2014-10-14
Genre: Fiction

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER - BUT FAILING TO PREPARE IS JUST PREPARING TO FAIL! As long as the polygraph is used to frighten and intimidate people - and as long as truthful people are falsely accused of lying, I will provide this information so they can protect themselves. If you are going to take a polygraph test, you MUST have the KNOWLEDGE you need to be PROPERLY PREPARED TO PASS YOUR POLYGRAPH TEST! I will teach you how to be PROPERLY PREPARED TO PASS - NERVOUS OR NOT - NO MATTER WHAT! The manual is short and easy to understand - it tells you everything you need to know to pass your polygraph test. The DVD demonstrates how well my technique works by showing you what it looks like on an actual polygraph chart when you do what I tell you to do. JUST TELLING THE TRUTH ONLY WORKS ABOUT 50% OF THE TIME - SO TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM BEING FALSELY ACCUSED OF LYING, YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO PASS! THE CHOICE IS YOURS - GET PREPARED OR GET SCREWED!

Effective Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques

Author: William L. Fleisher
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0123819873
Release Date: 2010-10-01
Genre: Social Science

Effective Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques believably answers the question, How do you know when someone is lying? It also provides a guide for interviewing probable suspects and interrogating likely perpetrators on techniques and tradecraft. This book covers topics about searching for truth and revealing lies. It presents forensic assessments based on psychophysiology, and assessments on the basis of non-verbal behavior. The book also covers interview and interrogation preparation, as well as question formulation. It discusses the Morgan Interview Theme Technique or MITT, and the Forensic Assessment Interview or FAINT. The book addresses techniques for interviewing children and the mentally challenged, and offers information about pre-employment interviews. It also explains how to understand aggressive behavior and how to deal with angry people. The book concludes by presenting future methods for searching for the truth. Law enforcement and security professionals, as well as prosecutors, criminal defense lawyers, and civil litigators will find this book invaluable. The only book to address FAINT, IIT, and MITT in one source Enables the interviewer to obtain a confession that can stand up in court Includes an online workbook with practical exercises to assist the reader

Criminal Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 9780327173861
Release Date: 2015-02-25
Genre: Law

This is the reference your clients would ask you to purchase. Criminal Evidentiary Foundations tells you with precision how to lay foundations for your most critical evidence to be admitted in a criminal trial. Expert authors Edward J. Imwinkelried and Daniel D. Blinka quide you through converting abstract evidentiary doctrine into concrete lines of questioning, with phrasing of questions on direct and cross-examination explained in detail and hundreds of sample foundational questions adapted to specific criminal cases. In this convenient single volume with a current supplement, you'll find your questions answered on witness competency, authentication, relevance, credibility, privileges, opinions, hearsay, suppression, the Best Evidence Rule, and more. Whether you are preparing for your first case or you are a seasoned veteran, this treatise will become your most indespensible tool after the Federal Rules of Evidence in your next trial.

How to Pass a Polygraph

Author: James Murdoch
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1505615712
Release Date: 2014-12-17
Genre:

This book is a short, easy read that takes you by the hand, and guides you through the polygraph examination process. It cuts through all the fluff and gets directly into the information you need. It will destroy the intimidation factor by dissecting the polygraph from both a physiological and psychological standpoint, minus the unnecessary technical jargon. After reading this book, you will have the confidence, knowledge, and metal capacity to pass any polygraph exam, at any time

Black Robes White Coats

Author: Rebecca C. Harris
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813543697
Release Date: 2008
Genre: Law

Combining political analysis, scientific reasoning, and an in-depth study of specific state supreme court cases, Black Robes, White Coats is an interdisciplinary examination of the tradition of “gatekeeping,” the practice of deciding the admissibility of novel scientific evidence. Rebecca Harris systematically examines judicial policymaking in three areas —forensic DNA, polygraphs, and psychological syndrome evidence.

A Life of Lies and Spies

Author: Alan B. Trabue
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781466871557
Release Date: 2015-06-02
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

Alan Trabue chose a bizarre, dangerous way to make a living. In A Life of Lies and Spies, Trabue exposes the often perilous world of polygraphing foreign spies in support of CIA espionage programs. He recounts his incredible, true-life globe-trotting adventures, from his induction in the CIA in 1971 to directing the CIA's world-wide covert ops polygraph program. A Life of Lies and Spies brings readers into the high-stakes world of covert operations and the quest to uncover deceit, featuring a high-speed car chase, blown clandestine meetings, surreptitious room searches, tear-gassing by riot police, and confrontations with machine gun-armed soldiers. Liberally sprinkled with side anecdotes—such as debriefing an agent though a torturous swarm of mosquitoes in a jungle shack—Trabue's story highlights both the humor and the intrinsic danger of conducting CIA covert activities. Writing from a unique perspective framed by his uncommon longevity and broad experience, for which he was awarded the Career Intelligence Medal, Trabue's memoir unveils the CIA's use of polygraph and interrogation to validate recruited spies' bona fides and information obtained through their acts of espionage. The Central Intelligence Agency has not approved, endorsed or authorized this book or the use of the CIA seal, name or initials.

Inside FBI Polygraph

Author: William J. Warner
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 168293411X
Release Date: 2016-03-15
Genre: Fiction

William J. Warner takes you inside the polygraph suite, inside the minds of the polygraph examiner and his subjects. As the tension rises, feel the sweat on the brow and see the tears drop as conniving perpetrators give up the truth or spin their tales. Experience the villain weave a whopper of a fib in an effort to beat the box while FBI Special Agent Cy Donovan untangles the web of deceit through Knee-to-Knee interview and interrogation tactics commonly practiced throughout the world of polygraph. Warner places the reader in the room as a witness to the dialogue between the individual sitting across from his accuser, torn between surrendering the truth while the desire of telling a falsehood works as a concoction of poison that grips the soul. Validating stories taken from actual events compliment the polygraph as an investigative tool, the utility of which is designed to compel the confession, despite embarrassment and humiliation.

The Polygraph and Lie Detection

Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 9780309263924
Release Date: 2003-02-22
Genre: Law

The polygraph, often portrayed as a magic mind-reading machine, is still controversial among experts, who continue heated debates about its validity as a lie-detecting device. As the nation takes a fresh look at ways to enhance its security, can the polygraph be considered a useful tool? The Polygraph and Lie Detection puts the polygraph itself to the test, reviewing and analyzing data about its use in criminal investigation, employment screening, and counter-intelligence. The book looks at: The theory of how the polygraph works and evidence about how deceptivenessâ€"and other psychological conditionsâ€"affect the physiological responses that the polygraph measures. Empirical evidence on the performance of the polygraph and the success of subjects’ countermeasures. The actual use of the polygraph in the arena of national security, including its role in deterring threats to security. The book addresses the difficulties of measuring polygraph accuracy, the usefulness of the technique for aiding interrogation and for deterrence, and includes potential alternativesâ€"such as voice-stress analysis and brain measurement techniques.