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Posted by: karen
Posted on: Nov 24th, 2014 at 10:12pm
  Mark & QuoteQuote
thanks for your reply.  yeah i knew polys were common in these offenses.  what throws me is the questions he wants to know.  any illegal images or sexual contact with minors.  NOTHING about probation conditions ir treatment. had a file describing types of exams.  one is maintance which asks the standard parole questions BUT the other is called Monitoring exam which asks the questions like he is asking and it says THOSE exams are triggered by suspicion the offender has committed a new crime.  The question types combined with the fact that he hasnt had an exam ONCE in 6 years makes me feel like they are accusing him of something and are doing the formalities for the big revokation
Posted by: Dan Mangan
Posted on: Nov 24th, 2014 at 6:25pm
  Mark & QuoteQuote
From a post-conviction sex offender testing perspective, there is nothing out of the ordinary here.

These tests are often the source of dispute. Thus, I recommend that your husband make arrangements (and obtain permission) to video record the process in its entirety, making sure that both he and the polygraph examiner are fully in the frame.

For quality-control purposes, the video is the single most important part of any polygraph exam.

Further, I suggest that your husband get assurances in advance that the entire polygraph file -- charts, raw data, examiner worksheets, score sheets, algorithm printouts, forms, examiner's video, etc. -- will be made available to him in the event a third-party review by an independent resource is necessary.
Posted by: karen
Posted on: Nov 24th, 2014 at 3:46am
  Mark & Quote
wrote a long post about hubbys Supervised Release for first time porn conviction but i think it never refreshed.  i can go into specifics again if needed but basically this.

he has been on federal supervised release for 6 years.   completed the SO program.  Never took a poly during or after.  Is being asked to take one not as a maintanence probation condition/treatment but generally focused on if he has committed new crimes since being released.  was told that these are typical requirements with a person with these crimes.  and all he the po asks (the examiner?) is anything tegarding illegal porn or hands on since released.  All i i have read talks about maintanence exams for treatment and ensuring restrictions.  but this one appears to be a pull ya in and make sure your not committing new crimes. 

is this a standard cookie cutter type of test for SO on probation or is this hidden accusations looking for justification?  His PO gas been non intrusive for 6 years and is taking this as a buisness as usual approach.  Me playing devils advocate with hubby is telling him if this wasnt routine he wouldnt give him the info he looks for and certainly not give him weeks of heads up