Add lie-detection to your existing business and you might find it becomes your main business!
Thursday December 12 2013 in the Los Angeles area
These 25 states have no polygraph license:
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,Washington, Washington DC, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Canada has no polygraph license either.
In the above states, you only need 2 things: knowledge, and the equipment. Polygraph is computerized via laptop since 1991, and all 4 brands of computerized polygraph will be discussed-- which to buy and which to avoid. Computerized polygraph equipment is occasionally available for sale used too.
You will leave with important handouts and possessing hands-on polygraph equipment experience. After the training basics, you will have been polygraphed, and you will have polygraph others. And included will be the topic NOT shared at other polygraph training sources: the BUSINESS of polygraph-- HOW TO GET THE WORK.
Most testing everyday nationwide is relationship: husband/wife, boyfriend/girlfriend, etc, thinking the other might be cheating. Then there is also theft amongst family members and roommates, employee theft, immigration/asylum, and other disputes. Polygraph clients pay in full in cash prior to you conducting the examination, AT FAR MORE DOLLARS PER HOUR THAN YOUR REGULAR PI WORK.
It's easier than you might think, now that its computerized. You are comparing the body reactions at four points of their body as they answer a standardized 10-question script made up of three question-types. The client gets to write up to four questions, MOST of the rest are simple known-truth questions.
Last time this seminar was offered, members came from all over the US-- and some have good polygraph businesses today. This seminar is not available to PIs based in the counties surrounding Los Angeles, as we won't train our own competitors with our experience & secrets!
Did you know: in most major cities, you can not become a law-enforcement officer without passing a polygraph examination.
Unlike training that usually says this, with this it is true: seats are limited.
Contact thePIgroup@aol.com for more information.
For further polygraph reference, visit these two sites:
In the 1990s,
pioneered the use of online investigative
interactive training and 'webinars':
interactive training via the
amongst the investigative professions.
Such interactive --and
free-- round-table discussions
continue in 2014, different topics each
Some of these interactive forums continue for several
members have the choice to either
quietly observe or to jump in and
Some are group participation and others are one-on-one.
Also available are our on-line texts that includes simulated practice license test
for the California Private Investigator,
Private Patrol Operator PPO,
and Repossession Agency license examinations,
as well as those for the private
investigator/detective licensing tests of many other states,
a simulator to a computer-testing as it advises the time limitations to answer each.
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The current on-line Continuing Education
'webinar' available to
members of thePIgroup:
'Pretexting-- when is it not OK?'
(GLB Act, CFIPA, and more)
Participating Members Only; no fee!
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Last three on-line CE topics:
---'Secret' and little-known sources and techniques
For our polygraph members:
FREE two-day in-person Workshop:
Polygraph Fundamentals Skills Update Workshop
Immigration Polygraph basics workshop
January 14-15, 2013 in Van Nuys CA
Need spelling of your name in advance
for your Continuing
Next 2013 Immigration Polygraph Seminars
(basics and advanced combined)
in-person schedule to be
posted here soon.
2013 Immigration Polygraph
material handouts typically
Immigration / Asylum / Refugee applicants
Information on the US Asylum
Asylum polygraph information
(Know what these initials stand
for, or risk looking
uninformed when dealing with immigration
The US Government’s definition of Asylum
elements of Asylum
What determines a ‘Well-Founded Fear’?
The REAL ID Act of 2005
The REAL ID Act of
“ . . . . may require other evidence
corroborate otherwise credible testimony”
Key laws involving
What is a ‘Merits Hearing’?
Definition of Marriage
Sample: an actual Asylum Hearing appointment
Affidavit of Support (19 pages)
VAWA: Violence Against
(increasingly involved in immigration matters)
connected to immigration/asylum
The major sources of
Definition of ‘Expert Witness’
Testifying in court as a
Other types of Immigration-related
Glossary of Immigration terms
More asylum polygraph
Bars to Asylum
if any of these apply
to an applicant,
asylum will not be granted)
A potential bar to
and how to deal with it:
If applicant was a member of
military in his homeland.
(As a military member, he may be
be a ‘persecutor’ himself)
IRCA: Immigration Reform and Control Act
LIFE: Legal Immigration and Family Equity Act
News story, misconduct and
Typical technique used, asylum polygraph
Report example, asylum polygraph examination
declaration, under penalty of perjury
(when submitting a polygraph report
into court evidence;
often done on ‘pleading –numbered- paper’)
sheet: pleading paper
(you can photocopy)
News story involving
immigration and polygraph
website of an Immigration/Asylum
Using an Interpreter
Using an Interpreter
Federal Rules of Evidence
(Article VII: Opinions and Expert
Federal Rule of Evidence 702
(Testimony by Experts:
qualified by knowledge,
skill, experience, training, or
(build your library)
--- Dates and specifications are subject to