The 2016 NJP training seminar will be held May 23-25 at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ.
The topic is "Evidence-Based Interviewing Techniques" and will be presented by Honts, Handler and Hartwig LLC. Dr. Charles Honts is a professor of psychology at Boise State University. Maria Hartwig is a professor of psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Mark Handler is a former law enforcement officer, polygraph researcher and lecturer. To register email your name and agency to: CALLMPS@AOL.COM
Checks and purchase orders can be sent to: NJP P.O. Box 50 Pompton Plains, NJ 07444-0050
For more information call: 973-931-2028 or email: CALLMPS@aol.com
New Jersey Polygraphists, Inc. is the only statewide organization of certified polygraph examiners in New Jersey. We are made up of polygraph examiners in private practice, police agencies, and various levels of government. All of our members are certified examiners who graduated from recognized polygraph training schools. New Jersey Polygraphists, Inc. hosts an annual, three day training seminar. We also have bi-monthly meetings which include additional training presentations for members. NJP members come from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
THE MISSION OF NEW JERSEY POLYGRAPHISTS IS:
TO IMPROVE THE POLYGRAPH PROFESSION BY BRINGING TOGETHER EXAMINERS FROM ACROSS THE STATE,
AND THROUGH TRAINING AND EDUCATION LEARN THE MOST SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE AND RELIABLE WAYS TO ADMINISTER POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS,
SO THAT ALL STATE EXAMINERS ARE USING THE SAME, RESEARCH SUPPORTED METHODOLOGIES AND BEST PRACTICES,
THEREBY PROVIDING THE PUBLIC WITH THE BEST POLYGRAPH SERVICES POSSIBLE.
NJP is proud to present some of the leading figures in polygraph in the world at our annual seminars.
In the past few years our speakers have included:
Dr. David Raskin, Dr. John Kircher, Don Krapohl, Ray Nelson and Dr. Charles Honts.
All of these distinguished researchers are Honorary Members of New Jersey Polygraphists.
NJP supports the new polygraph standards adopted by the American Polygraph Association for 2012.
NJP members are committed to providing the public with the most scientifically advanced and research supported polygraph tests possible.
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