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Thread: Airports no plygraph?
10-28-2004, 23:28 #1Rookie
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Airports no plygraph?
As I look at various Pd I notice that most of the hiring process is the same everywhere.... except airports. I have noticed that many of the airport PD lack a polygraph . Why?
10-28-2004, 23:57 #2
Generally non traditional policing agencies have a tougher time getting applicants and do not want to spend the money on polygraphing or using the CVSA. That does not mean they are not lax or as hard to get onto but sometimes these agencies are smaller and do not have the resources budgeted to use these types of machines."Last week I stated that this woman was the ugliest woman I had ever seen. I have since been visited by her sister and now wish to withdraw that statement. "
10-29-2004, 02:20 #3
Some places may not have the budget to use them, some may not be allowed to use them.
My agency uses it as do the other agencies in the state.
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10-29-2004, 22:17 #4
To my knowledge, most agencies in the state of Minnesota do not use a polygraph. Their philosophy is that since they're not admissable in court, they're worthless in hiring processes.
10-30-2004, 00:31 #5Originally Posted by IM911
The State of Michigan also doesn't use them in hiring processes for law enforcement agencies.
10-30-2004, 06:20 #6Originally Posted by dutch9277
10-30-2004, 08:38 #7
Massachusetts doesn't use the Polygraph either"Is there some place you'd rather be Vincennes?" " Yeah working narcotics looking for Mickey Cohen's missing H."
Kevin Spacey as Sgt Jack Vincennes...LA Confidental.
10-30-2004, 11:45 #8
Does anyone know if Ohio uses the Polygraph or not by chance?
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10-31-2004, 18:51 #9
Yes many Ohio agencies use the polygraph.