f. The original of the DA Form 3881 is normally provided to the investigator
and/or his agency. A copy of the DA Form 3881 is normally provided to the examiner
for inclusion with the original polygraph report for the Crime Records Center.
g. The results of the examination are strictly controlled.
results of a test nor any reference to a refusal to submit to one may be reflected
in the investigative summary, the CID report of investigation, or in any statement
h. The investigator, however, may attach a single copy of the DA Form
an exhibit to the report of investigation. No other polygraph forms and/or
will be attached. Any copy of the examination report released external to
will contain the following entry either typed or stamped on each page
"This document will be destroyed upon completion of your action for which
it was requested (para 2-6h, AR 195-6). The original, to include related polygraph
records, is at the U.S. Army Crime Records Center, USACIDC, 2301 Chesapeake Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21222-4099.
Reproduction of this document or its contents is
a. Polygraph examiners, other than those assigned to Crime Records Center and
Department of Defense Polygraph Institute (DODPI), receive quality control and
other technical supervision from the Crime Records Center.
They are centralized
and operationally controlled by their USACIDC Region Commander.
The rater for
field examiners will be the region polygraph coordinator or, if that person is
unable to rate, the rater will be other region supervisory personnel.
b. Polygraph examiners will be used in the conduct of polygraph examinations,
monitoring and assisting intern polygraph examiners, and assisting other special
agents in the conduct of interviews and interrogations in support of criminal
They will also perform as action officers on polygraph related
matters, and review on-going cases to determine potential polygraph utilization.
c. Polygraph quality control
supervisors at the Crime Records Center will
exercise technical supervision of
all USACIDC polygraph examiners.
conduct a complete review of each
examination performed by a USACIDC polygraph
They will continually
monitor and counsel all USACIDC polygraph
examiners to assure that they remain
15. Release of Examination Results.
a. Other than as provided in b below, and in accordance with a strict need-
to-know policy, the results are available only to: