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Letter from AAPP Regional Director

Posted: 10/6/2015

To all CAPE members,
I hope you enjoyed your summer and first weekend of the fall! I have been an AAPP Region Director for the past two years, having served the members of Region III, prior to relocating to Region IV for work. I officially introduced myself to Region IV in our July journal article after being elected to the Region Director IV position. I am writing to say I will be periodically reaching out to you and want you to feel free to contact me if I may be of any assistance regarding the AAPP.

I am seeking polygraph news for our AAPP Journal. If you have an information showcasing our region (publications, promotions, transfers, new graduates, retirements, births, training and cases of course (successful or otherwise; nothing is routine), polygraph issues/problems, etc.), please send me a synopsis.

I appreciate what you have to offer and look forward to serving you.

Eileen Ryan

Article on a potential future of polygraph on

Posted: 8/31/2015

Future Polygraphs may be conducted by Robots?

APA Continued Education Seminar Co-Sponsored by New Mexico Society of Forensic Polygraphers

Posted: 8/3/2015

The American Polygraph Associations 2016 Continuing Education Polygraph Seminar, Co-Sponsored by The New Mexico Society of Forensic Polygraphers will be held at Albuquerque, NM, at the Beautiful Isleta Resort & Casino, January 28, 29 and 30th. The Resort is nestled in the heart of the Southwest 5 minutes from the Albuquerque airport. Enjoy VIP treatment with free shuttle service to and from the Albuquerque International Airport, complimentary WI-FI, complimentary Valet and self-parking. The room rate is $99.00 plus tax. The Cut-Off Date is December 29, 2015 but rooms are limited so please make your reservations early by calling the Hotel direct at (877) 747-5382 or (505) 848-1999. Use our Group name or code of NMS01116 to receive our special rate. MAKE IT A FAMILY AFFAIR. Come a day early and enjoy the Isleta Fishing Lakes, Golf Course or take a trip the world famous Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway, enjoy lunch or dinner at the High Finance Restaurant at the top of Sandia Peak, traveling over deep canyons and breath taking terrain or visit Albuquerque Old Town.

The 2016 Seminar will feature Mr. Greg Fouratt, our guest of Honor and the Cabinet Secretary of the New Mexico Department of Public Safety. Mr. Fouratt will welcome the Seminar Attendees and discuss Polygraph Law and related Polygraph stories from his time as a former Federal Prosecutor. There will be an open discussion on interesting and important Polygraph cases and recent cases involving polygraph admissibility in court.

Our well renowned Seminar Instructor will be Mr. Mark Handler, the American Polygraph Association's Editor in Chief and the American Association of Police Polygrapher's Research & Information Chair. Mr. Handler has instructed extensively internationally and in the US and at a number of (APA) accredited schools. Mr. Handler also teaches Polygraph at the Texas Department of Public Safety's basic and advanced training school. Our Seminar will be conducted in a WORK-SHOP environment where our attendees will actually walk away ready to test and apply what they learn at the seminar. Our seminar training is useful and indispensable for both the Law Enforcement and Private Examiner. Upon completion, attendees will receive 20 hours of Continuing Education approved by the APA and the Federal Certification Program for Continuing Education and Training.


To register for the seminar please contact Mrs. Lisa Jacocks, APA Office Manager, at 1-800-272-8037 or E-Mail:


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