Ala. Admin. Code r. 740-X-3-.02 - Applications For A License

In order to be complete, all applications for a polygraph examiner's license must contain, with each application:

(a) An application form, prescribed and supplied by the Board, completed by the applicant in writing under oath, with necessary supporting documents;
(b) A personal or certified check, or a money order for the $150.00 nonrefundable investigative fee;
(c) Evidence that the applicant holds a baccalaureate degree from a college or university accredited by the Southern, Northern, Eastern or Western Association of Colleges and Schools, or recognized by the Board or in lieu thereof, evidence that the applicant has had five consecutive years of active investigative experience immediately preceding his application;
(d) Evidence that the applicant has successfully completed a polygraph school or course approved by the Board;
(e) Evidence that the applicant is covered by a surety bond or insurance policy in at least the amount of $5000 and conditioned that the obligor therein will pay to the extent of the face amount of surety bond or insurance policy all judgments which may be recovered against the licensee by reason of any wrongful or illegal acts committed by him in the course of his examinations;
(f) One complete fingerprint card and a current photograph; and
(g) any other information which the Board may request from an individual applicant for the administration and enforcement of the Polygraph Examiners Act or the rules and regulations adopted by the Board.

Author: Polygraph Examiners Board


Ala. Admin. Code r. 740-X-3-.02
Filed October 8, 1981. Amended: Filed February 7, 1984.

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยงยง 34-25-5(a), 41-22-4.

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