American Association of Police Polygraphists Board
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All Members of the American Association of Police Polygraphists shall:
- Support the purposes and objectives of the AAPP
- Maintain high standards of professional, moral, and ethical conduct and to serve the cause of truth and justice.
- Respect the dignity of all persons, be just, fair, and impartial with each individual while discharging professional duties and objectives.
- Abide by all the provisions of The Standards and Principles of Practice of the AAPP.
The AAPP is Dedicated to...
- OBITUARY: It is with a very heavy and saddened heart that the Florida Polygraph Association (FPA) Board and the AAPP Board announces the death of beloved FPA President Maxwell "Randy" Dey. Randy, age 61, passed away on Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 2014, while on duty as Major under the Sheriff of Hardee County.
Randy was a long term member of the FPA, a Board Member, Past President, and served the FPA as the current President.
For many, he has been a guide, a mentor, a leader and a polygraphist who believed in "always doing the right thing." His love for his work and the FPA will never be forgotten.
Randy, we will all miss you greatly and we will never forget what you have done for many of us, the FPA and the polygraph profession. We offer our condolences to your family, friends and associates. The world will be a lesser place without you.
Services will be held at Keystone United Methodist Church, Race Track Road, Odessa, Florida, on Wednesday, December 3. Viewing will begin at 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m. Burial to follow at Keystone United Methodist Church Cemetery. Dobies Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs Chapel, (727) 942-0515, www.dobiesfuneralhome.com.
- Why should I attend the 2015 Seminar?
- The AAPP golf outing will be held on Sunday, May 31, 2015 as part of our annual seminar. The outing will be held at The Pines Golf Course (www.pinesgolfcourse.com) with a cost of $30 for 18 holes and a cart. Tee times can start as early as 9:00am, but are flexible throughout the day. Please contact Ben Escalante to register or for more information. Email: email@example.com
- "Seeing threats, feds target instructors of polygraph-beating methods"
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- Encourage and develop cooperation among all American Law Enforcement Organizations in the application and utilization of accepted polygraph techniques;
- Develop the highest standards of proficiency in the polygraph profession by fostering and encouraging scientific training and research through advanced study and progressive techniques;
- Promote and maintain the highest standards of ethics, integrity, honor and conduct in the polygraph profession;
- Provide an opportunity and forum for the exchange of information regarding polygraph experiences, studies and research;
- Cooperate with other national, regional and state polygraph associations and other professional organizations in matters of mutual interest and of benefit to the polygraph profession.