No. In order to preserve
a "sterile" environment, no one other
than the examiner and examinee can be in the exam room during the procedure.
Polygraph is a diagnostic procedure which can be adversely affected by distractions.
In addition, it is typically easier for the examiner to obtain admissions (confessions)
when no one else is in the room. The customer may request that the exam be audio
or video taped (additional fees will apply), but not all examiners will permit