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Utah Polygraph Association Seminar October 17-18-19

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Taylor
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posted 05-21-2007 05:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
The Utah Polygraph Association will be presenting a 3 day Seminar in Moab UT on October 17, 18 & 19.

The following presentations are scheduled:

WEDNESDAY / OCTOBER 17: OPEN TO ALL L.E. AND/OR TX PROVIDERS
Understanding the Child Sexual Assault Suspect with an Introduction to Forensic Interviewing of Children (8 hrs)
Presenter: Geoffrey Flohr, Retired Michigan State Police Officer

THURSDAY / OCTOBER 18: POLYGRAPH EXAMINERS ONLY*
Nailing the Pre-test and Developing Non-Confrontational Comparisons (4 hours for each) Presenter: Special Agent Milton O. 'Skip' Webb/US Army & past APA President

FRIDAY / OCTOBER 19: POLYGRAPH EXAMINERS ONLY*
Etiology of Sexual Offending / Presenter: Kathy Ockey LCSW (2 hrs)

Polygraph Review/Destiny Norton Murder Case / Presenter: Steve Fillerup, FBI (1 hr)
FYI: This is a case in Utah where Destiny was murdered and Steve polygraphed the neighbor Craig Gregerson - who murdered her and had sex with her little dead body!

Relevant/Irrelevant Format Testing (5 hrs) / Presenter: Gordon Barland, Ph.D.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
DONNA TAYLOR UPA PRESIDENT
801-558-8588 OR quest4truth@msn.com
I can email you the forms upon request and/or within days it will be posted on the Utah Polygraph web page www.utahpolygraph.org under NEWS

* this is a clause you will find on the registration that states examiners must be in good standing.......

PS: Ray, October should still be a nice motorcylce ride through the canyons!

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rnelson
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posted 05-21-2007 08:24 PM Click Here to See the Profile for rnelson Click Here to Email rnelson Edit/Delete Message
That looks like a good seminar

October riding is great too. I've got my '80 G resurrected from my crack-headed neighbors who pushed it into the ditch one morning. But somehow, riding a bike that you've seen bent up is not confidence inspiring. So, I'll be moving the touring gear to the 79 F - which I would have done long ago except that the 80 was in original condition. The 79 actually has better carbs, and real speedometer (not the 85 mph slow meter from that silly 55mph experiment and all the de-tuning from the 1980s). I still have some jet-work to do still - already down 6 sizes after replacing the sadly decayed 79 mufflers with shiney parts off a new Road King. Those newer harley pipes don't move nearly as much air as a higher reving early japanese muscle bike.


r

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Taylor
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posted 05-21-2007 09:19 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
I will make you a deal. If you ride your bike (weather permiting), I will ride my road king and we can take a drive through the Arches one evening. Taylor

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rnelson
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posted 05-22-2007 11:13 AM Click Here to See the Profile for rnelson Click Here to Email rnelson Edit/Delete Message
Your on.

As if I needed a reason to play with carburator cleaner.

I'll bring the '79 Special (like some kids are 'special' in school).

That'll give me a reason to get the touring gear and fork brace installed.

r

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stat
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posted 05-23-2007 07:07 AM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
Sounds like a good shindig, wish I could come. The latest issue of Newsweek depicts Robert Redford's Provo Resort---a heavenly place. sigh. I stopped having motorcycle and ultralite fun with the birth of my most recent son. If I'm lucky, I'll be in Grand Rapids for the Midwest Regional poly conferance next Fall. Let's see, flat, featureless Grand Rapids (no disrespect) and the inevitable dinners at Subway Sandwhiches, or mountainous, open road and mystical Utah. BIG sigh.

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Bill2E
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posted 06-01-2007 03:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Bill2E Edit/Delete Message
Donna has informed me that this seminar is now AZPOST approved for Arizona Examiners that are LEO's.

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Taylor
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posted 06-01-2007 07:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
I am also in the final process of obtaining AAPP and APA approval for training hours. Taylor

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Taylor
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posted 06-01-2007 07:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
I am also in the final process of obtaining AAPP and APA approval for training hours. Taylor

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Taylor
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posted 09-01-2007 07:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
Hey everyone, just wanted to bring this back up to the top of the list as a reminder....The UPA seminar is fast approaching and we have a great line up of presentations.

If interested, contact me at 801-558-8588 or quest4truth@msn.com. Taylor

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stat
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posted 09-01-2007 08:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
Sounds like fun. I just found out that I can't even go to the Midwest Regional Poly shindig because of a wedding (yawn), much less beautiful mystical Utah. Let's see, excruciatingly boring Jewish wedding with wife, or yucking it up with grimy, overweight polygraph examiners. I am so p-whipped it isn't even funny.

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Ted Todd
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posted 09-01-2007 09:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
Stat,

Don't sweat it! Here is Donna's real seminar schedule:

0900 Tupperware
1100 Candles for the moment
1400 Decorating to impress

0900 At one with yourself
1100 Entertaining on a budget
1400 Time for me

0900 A Martha Stuart moment
1100 Flowers for every room
1400 I am woman-hear me roar.

See Stat, it has nothing to do with polygraph so don't feel bad.

(Donna is going to kick my .......)

Beer and computers-bad mix!

Ted

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Taylor
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posted 09-01-2007 10:15 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
Hey Ted - I deny everything in the proposed schedule but I will admit ONCE (while under the influence of alcohol)I sang a Helen Ready song.....ha ha. So I forgive you... However,if you post my picture here and start making fun of my hair you will have to watch your back ....

Last time I drank and got on the computer..well you know the story. Taylor

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stat
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posted 09-02-2007 07:46 AM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
Here is the Midwest Regional Polygraph Schedule for Day 1:

8am Bagpipe star spangled banner (cool)
83am Vague education on poly scoring which will beg more questions than it answers
10am War stories and some karate home videos of presenter
11am War stories by shrink--who reminds the room that "of course, you all already know this"---and he is absolutely right.
12 lunch
1pm Vague suggestive practices with stuttering speaker who will repeatedly compliment the audience.
2pm Malfunctioning power point projector with akward presentation on question formulation.
3pm Unscientific analysis on criminal behavior with interesting war stories, and a 4 year old video with poor sound.

Later on in the hospitality room----very interesting discourse and debate on the relevant issues of our trade. Highly educational discussions, and humor to boot.

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skipwebb
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posted 09-02-2007 09:37 AM Click Here to See the Profile for skipwebb Click Here to Email skipwebb Edit/Delete Message
Hey Stat ! I "resemble" (resent) that remark! I'm the fat guy who is speaking at the Mid-West and I don't know karate, I don't stutter and I don't even own a home movie camera or projector!!!

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Ted Todd
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posted 09-02-2007 05:56 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
Great Stat!

Now you have offended "The Man". Good God man-have you no shame?

(By the way, I have heard Skip stutter once in the hospitality room)

Skip- If you are indeed speaking at the Mid-West seminar, you SHOULD learn Karate. They are a nasty, hostile bunch!

Ted

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stat
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posted 09-03-2007 11:31 AM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
I was kidding y'all-----I did not use the actual schedule in my tongue in cheek run- down of speakers.
Skip, prepare yourself for a good time. The Amway Grand Hotel is awesome-----way too up- scale for our needs. Check out the 15 person hot tub with towel attendent and juice bar in the spa---which I bet will be empty (again) as no one remembers to bring swim wear. A war story argument from last year was when we were discussing New Orlean's recovery and a detective took great offense to the then New O. mayor's remarks that he wanted to assure the displaced minority that "New Orleans would be a chocalate town once again." As a lover of jazz music and the big easy, I stated to the group of mostly detectives from Chicago PD that New Orleans is a rich cultural bastion of decendants of slaves and that the mayor was only reassuring the impoverished displaced residents that they wouldn't rebuild the town with unaffordable Mcmansions. The cop stated in a sort of veiled racist tone that New Orleans was just a big no good currupt city. I reminded dummy that he lives and works in Chicago, the gold standard of currupt cities----holding the record for having the most assisinated mayors and/or indicted mayors of any other US city in history. The hospitality room is the place of polygraph revelations, argumentation, and free beer and wine. If it is your first time, you will enjoy. Bring a translator as there will be people from the Michigan Upper Pennisula (lol)

Most memorable moment for me at Mid West: 2006; having a long and richly conversational one on one lunch with Lynn Marcey. What an interesting guy!

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J L Ogilvie
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posted 09-04-2007 04:03 PM Click Here to See the Profile for J L Ogilvie Click Here to Email J L Ogilvie Edit/Delete Message
Ted, if you ever left the hospitality room you might enlighten yourself. By the way that was a lisp not a stutter. You need to apologize to Skip. I frankly can't understand how you have survived so many such rooms. However it probably is where you and Jim get your best idea.

Anonymously, John Smith

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sackett
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posted 09-05-2007 11:07 AM Click Here to See the Profile for sackett Click Here to Email sackett Edit/Delete Message
Hey Jack,

don't you dare try to drag me out of the mud! I made my reputation honestly and with a LOT of hospitality hours... Some folks just don't understand... LOL


Jim

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Taylor
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posted 09-05-2007 05:30 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Taylor Click Here to Email Taylor Edit/Delete Message
BTW, the UPA is trying to have a hospitality night - or maybe we will bye a round or two ......do I get any more takers? Sackett, whats your adult cold beverage of choice?

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J L Ogilvie
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posted 09-05-2007 05:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for J L Ogilvie Click Here to Email J L Ogilvie Edit/Delete Message
I can answer that. Alcohol, warm or cold in large doses. Paid for by, well anyone.

I wish to remain anonymous.

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sackett
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posted 09-05-2007 05:49 PM Click Here to See the Profile for sackett Click Here to Email sackett Edit/Delete Message
As my esteemed collegue from the south, but north of the border, points out, my favorite adult beverage of choice is, FREE! Don't most cops have that particular preference...?

I'm hoping my dept will cough up the $$ for the UPA training seminar. I'll be submitting for it on Friday.

Jim

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J L Ogilvie
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posted 09-05-2007 05:55 PM Click Here to See the Profile for J L Ogilvie Click Here to Email J L Ogilvie Edit/Delete Message
Did I say that?

I still want to be anonymous.

Ted

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Ted Todd
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posted 09-05-2007 09:46 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
OK

Who put the "kick me hard" sign on my back?

Ted

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Barry C
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posted 09-06-2007 05:31 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Barry C Click Here to Email Barry C Edit/Delete Message
Sorry, Ted, but that person too has requested anonymity.

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stat
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posted 09-06-2007 07:39 AM Click Here to See the Profile for stat Edit/Delete Message
"Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth"-------Oscar Wilde (Miami Herald)

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sackett
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posted 09-06-2007 12:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for sackett Click Here to Email sackett Edit/Delete Message
Ha!

Oscar never met me.....


Jim

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