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National Polygraph Association Calls for Polygraph Screening of Airport Employees

In an article titled, “Airlines – Part of National Security” published in issue #55 of the biweekly e-zine, The Polygraph Chronicles, National Polygraph Association president Kenneth J. Whaley argues for mandatory polygraph screening of airport employees. Excerpt: September 11, 2001, firmly established that the airline industry is involved in national security. Not only the airlines, …

“Officers in Abuse Case to Take Polygraph Tests”

Nashville Tennessean staff writer Kathy Carlson reports. Excerpt: Two Metro police officers charged with violating department regulations by abusing or failing to report abuse of Hispanic residents will take polygraph tests Tuesday that will help Deputy Police Chief Deborah Faulkner decide the case. The officers, Michael Mann and Jason Beddoe, were formally charged May 30 …

Polygraph Dragnet in Nueces County, Texas

The Corpus Christi Caller Times reports in an article titled, “County clerk’s office employees asked to take polygraph tests.” This short article is reproduced in full below: From staff reports Employees at the Nueces County Clerk’s office are being asked to submit to polygraph exams as investigators continue to probe the disappearance of $4,700, said …

$200,000 Settlement in Case of Employee Fired for Refusing Polygraph

The Bucks County, Pennsylvania Courier Times reports in an article titled, “Collection firm settles civil rights case.” Excerpt: Bristol Township’s municipal wage tax collector Berkheimer Associates and the collector’s parent firm, H.A. Berkheimer Inc., have settled a federal civil rights lawsuit for $200,000, a source confirmed yesterday. Township resident Diane Radicke, a former Berkheimer Associates …

Charges Against Police Sergeant Who “Failed” Polygraph Dropped

South Florida Sun-Sentinel staff writer Jon Burstein reports in an article entitled “State drops case against Boynton officer accused of molesting family member.” Excerpt: Criminal charges against a Boynton Beach police sergeant accused of molesting a family member have been dropped, the State Attorney’s Office said on Tuesday. Any case against Sgt. Frank Ranzie would …