examiner receives and reviews the facts surrounding the case.
2: The examiner explains the test process to the subject.
3. The examiner conducts an extensive
interview with the subject regarding the case.
4: The examiner designs the specific test questions and reads each question
to the subject to make sure each one is easily understood.
5: The test subject is attached to the polygraph instrument and given
6: The questions are read to the subject several times while he/she is
attached to the polygraph sensors.
7: After all charts (polygrams) have been run, the examiner analyzes
the charts and develops a numerical score for the test. This score results in
a conclusion of either truthful, deceptive or inconclusive.
8: Test results can take up to a week.
9. A written report may be requested
at no additional charge.
NOTE: Polygraph exams are conducted in private with no other
persons permitted in the examination room during the test (other than possibly
NOTE: The average polygraph exam takes from one to three hours