SERVING THE
POLYGRAPH
FIELD SINCE
1971
 


 Registration:

To Register Contact:

 

Maryland Institute of Criminal Justice
Phone: (800) 493-8181
Email: mdmicj@aol.com
FAX: (410) 987-4808

 

 

ADVANCED COURSE FOR POLYGRAPH EXAMINERS POST CONVICTED SEX OFFENDER TESTING
Maryland Institute of Criminal Justice, Millersville, Maryland

November 17-21, 2014


2015

March 10-14, 2014

November 17-21, 2014


Conducted By:

Maryland Institute of Criminal Justice
8424 Veterans Highway

Suite #3
Millersville, Maryland 21108-0458


 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A 40-hour advanced polygraph examiner course which meets the requirements of the American Polygraph Association (APA) and the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and qualifies graduates to administer court ordered polygraph testing of convicted sex offenders as a Supervision and Treatment Tool. Probation or Treatment providers will find the course helpful in treatment and may also attend for information but may not administer polygraph tests. The course qualifies as continuing education advanced training for all polygraph examiners.

 
 


Maryland Institute of Criminal Justice
8424 Veterans Highway

Suite #3
Millersville, Maryland 21108-0458


You must register to attend Call now! (800) 493-8181
 

 

INSTRUCTORS:

The MICJ instructional staff will present three days regarding specialized polygraph techniques and testing of convicted sex offenders and two days in the role of treatment and supervision of sex offenders and the role of the examiner. Polygraph instructors are certified by APA.

 

 

FEE & COURSE INFORMATION:

Tuition for the advanced course is $650.00. Applications must be received with full payment in the amount of $650.00 by four weeks before, to insure sufficient enrollment to populate the class. A full refund will be made if the class fails to populate. Applications received after four weeks beforerequire a payment of $700.00. Seating is limited to 18 attendees and MICJ reserves the right to cancel the course or change the site if required by enrollment. If the course is canceled, all fees paid in advance will be promptly refunded. A notebook and handout material will be provided and a Diploma will be awarded to attendees who complete all 5 days of instruction and also pass a comprehensive final examination. The APA Certification test will be given to qualified attendees. The course is approved by the APA for continuing education.

 

 

APPLICATION / REGISTRATION FORM

Click here to download the application/registration form.

 

or Click here for a version in Adobe Acrobat in PDF.

 

 

 

BRIEF COURSE OUTLINE:

Monday -Day #1

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Introduction and Objectives of Sex Offender Testing

9:15 am- 12:00 pm

History and Development and the Role of the Polygraph Examiner in Sex Offender Testing, Definitions and Standards

1:00 pm- 5:00 pm

Techniques and Format of Initial Polygraph Testing

Tuesday -Day #2

8:00 am -12:00 pm

Role and Polygraph Coordination of the Therapist and Treatment Providers; Terminology and Treatment Approaches

1: 00 pm- 5: 00 pm

PCSOT Treatment Program Continued with Case Examples of sex offenders; Coordination of the Court, Probation and Parole Officer & the Role of the Polygraph Examiner

Wednesday -Day #3

8:00 am- 12:00 pm

Continuation of probation and parole issues. The Treatment Triad

1:00pm-5:00 pm

Supervision of offenders, monitoring behavior and polygraph testing concerns. Countermeasures. A brief review of validated testing techniques will be provided.

Thursday -Day #4

8:00 am -12:00 pm

Specific Issue Testing Techniques in Sex Offender Programs

1:00 pm- 5:00 pm

Question Formulation in Sex Offender Testing, Monitoring & Specific Testing; Reporting Techniques; Handling the Rapist

Friday - Day #5

8:00 am- 12:00 pm

Skills Development in Sex Offender Testing; Interview & Interrogation and Verification Tests/Re-examination techniques

1:00 pm- 4:30 pm

Report Writing and Sex Offender Case History Studies Course Critique

4:30 pm- 5:30 pm

Final Examination and Closing Remarks, Graduation and award of Diploma {APA MEMBERS WILL BE GIVEN THE APA EXAMIANTION FOR APA CERTIFICATION}


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HOUSING INFORMATION:

Contact the Maryland Institute of Criminal Justice, Phone: (800) 493-8181, for information regarding recommended housing. Most major motels/hotels are in the area.
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How to Contact MICJ

To obtain an application or to find out more about the MICJ Accredited polygraph training program, contact the institute by telephone, fax or email at:   

•Phone - (410)987-6665 
•FAX - (410)987-4808 
•E-Mail - MDMICJ@aol.com

 
or by Mail at:

MICJ,

8424 Veterans Highway,

Suite 3,

Millersvile, Maryland 21108 

MICJ HAS BEEN PROVIDING POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS SINCE 1971 AND ALL EXAMINERS ARE PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED AND MEET ALL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS.