Georgia Polygraph Association: Established in 1998

Welcome to the Georgia Polygraph Association Website!


Mission

The Georgia Polygraph Association (GPA) is an association of polygraph examiners dedicated to the establishment of the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and integrity within the polygraph profession in the State of Georgia. The GPA encourages the adherence to a recognized and accepted set of professional standards of polygraph procedures and techniques. We provide for and promote the exchange of information relevant to the polygraph profession among its members. Additionally, the GPA encourages and supports research, education and training in the field of polygraph in order for its members to continue to develop their understanding of the polygraph and its uses.


Scheduled Meetings and Training

Upcoming Georgia Polygraph Association Training Meeting

Posted: July 10, 2014


The next meeting of the Georgia Polygraph Association will be held at 10 am, July 15, 2014 at the Warner Robins Police Department located at 100 Watson Blvd, Warner Robins, GA 31093. Bill Gray with the US Secret Service will have a presentation on "Tactical Polygraphing" (cybercrimes and polygraph) after the business meeting.

 

He will discuss the results of a Government study regarding the use of polygraph testing with cyber offenders. The study was designed to evaluate the use of "tactical" polygraph testing to identify cyber offenders who also have "hands-on" victims.



Contact Information

Postal Address

Georgia Polygraph Association
Attn: H. Lawson Hagler, MSW
1755 The Exchange SE, Suite 375
Atlanta, GA 30339


Email

lawsonhagler@gmail.com