A specific requirement for the use of the peak of tension test
necessity for the investigator to furnish the examiner with:
pertinent information concerning the person.
all the relevant facts about the investigation.
information that is not or would not be public knowledge.
information pertaining to the amount of money taken, any weapon used by
the person, or the person's means of entry.
Prior to the conduct of a polygraph examination, the investigator should
provide the examiner with:
all the general facts surrounding the investigation.
any theories or suspicions he may have regarding the offense.
detailed, verified facts regarding the offense.
a copy of all written statements made concerning the offense.
information concerning the personal history of the person.
II, III, IV.
I, II, III, IV, V
An examinee who has consented to take a polygraph examination reneges and
refuses to cooperate once inside the examination room.
Because of his refusal
after the paperwork has been completed and the examination arranged, the examinee:
should made a written statement of refusal.
must attach a statement indicating his reasons for refusal to his
already signed Statement of Consent, DA Form 2801.
must attach an explanation
will not be required to complete any type of statement.