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J L Ogilvie
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posted 08-17-2005 08:39 AM Click Here to See the Profile for J L Ogilvie Click Here to Email J L Ogilvie Edit/Delete Message
Check out this web site. www.911hotjobs.com an applicant told me about it when asked about researching Polygraph.

They have several books on beating the Polygraph. They even have an on line practice test.(I did not check that out)

Seems like everyone is putting out a book on beating the Polygraph.

Jack

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Ted Todd
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posted 08-17-2005 09:32 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
Jack,

Each one of us should use the "contact us" link on this site and send them an email telling them what we think. Any site that promotes, sells or condones the use of countermeasures is no friend of law enforcement. We should also let them know that our agencies will not advertise on, or support the site in any way!

Stepping off of my soap box,

Ted

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LSUPoly
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posted 08-17-2005 10:50 AM Click Here to See the Profile for LSUPoly Click Here to Email LSUPoly Edit/Delete Message
I read through some of the threads on the forum and found one asking what to expect on the polygraph. To reply you have to register. I attempted to register and the site would not allow me to register. While reading through the agreement in order to register here is what is posted in reference to polygraph; "5. Polygraph-Related Posts
Any reference to cheating on a polygraph test, directing members to a polygraph website, or any kind of polygraph banter is not allowed in a post. As a result of problems in the past, the message board administration has installed software that will automatically delete any post of this nature." In the post the word polygraph is in red, but the post is there. Guess the software did not work. Also it is very interesting that a site which advertises products on beating the polygraph won't allow its members to discuss polygraph. Maybe someone else can get registered and point this out to the members as I was attempting to do. Good luck.

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Ted Todd
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posted 08-17-2005 11:08 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
lsupoly,

I just sent them an email via the "contact us" link. It apparently went through even though I did not register. I asked them why they don't allow posts on countermeasures when they are selling instruction manuals on the same topic. If they reply, I'll let ya know!

Ted

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polyops
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posted 08-30-2005 03:11 AM Click Here to See the Profile for polyops Edit/Delete Message
Ted,

Let me guess, no reply?

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Ted Todd
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posted 08-30-2005 08:49 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Ted Todd Edit/Delete Message
Polyops,

Actually they did. They claim that they are a separate company and just sell space to the company selling the books. Axciton has not built a B.S. detector as of yet but I don't think you will need it for this one!

Take care,

Ted

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