10 CFR 709.32 - Training requirements for polygraph examiners.

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§ 709.32 Training requirements for polygraph examiners.
(a) Examiners must complete an initial training course of thirteen weeks, or longer, in conformance with the procedures and standards established by DODPI.
(b) Examiners must undergo annual continuing education for a minimum of forty hours training within the discipline of Forensic Psychophysiological Detection of Deception.
(c) The following organizations provide acceptable curricula to meet the training requirement of paragraph (b) of this section:
(1) American Polygraph Association,
(2) American Association of Police Polygraphists, and
(3) Department of Defense Polygraph Institute.

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