Polygraphy is continually evolving through constant research and study. At PEAI, we take pride in ensuring that our members are exposed and alerted to the latest developments in our profession. This should allow for consistent testing results as the use of up to date techniques, scoring methodologies and interview and questioning protocols being applied across the membership base.
Constant development is a priority at PEAI, and for that reason it has very close ties with reputable polygraph training institutions, both locally and internationally. Member CPD progress is tracked and recorded, again ensuring that our members are informed, educated and prepared at all times.
All members are audited annually to ensure standards are maintained.
Members of PEAI have the luxury of a pool of polygraph examiners active in the marketplace upon whom they can call for brainstorming with like-minded professionals and draw from vast levels of experience. PEAI is also fully supported by a leading Training Provider in the industry. This should instill confidence in the minds of existing and potential customers that our members are equipped with the best skillset and toolkit to deliver a world class service.
The team that makes it all happen.
A valid polygraph requires that the polygraph examiner conducts the examination with the following, functioning, equipment: A seat Sensor, A set of pneumographs, A cardio-cuff, E.D.A’s (Electrodermal activity sensors), Proceedings should be video – and audio recorded.
PEAI members should adhere to the following rules in terms of the maximum number of tests conducted in a 24-hour period: Maximum number of tests = 7, Advisable number of tests = 5.
Suitable lighting and ventilation, a sturdy table, 2 solid chairs, one of which should preferably not have seat padding.
Written consent from the Examinee A STIM (Stimulation) test must be completed A valid polygraph technique and scoring techniques to be applied Technique depending, a minimum number of 3 and a maximum number of 5 charts have to be run in order to gather sufficient data for analysis.
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