WHAT HAPPENS DURING A POLYGRAPH ASSESSMENT?
There are three phases of the process.
The first phase, or 'pre-assessment', is the part where the assessor explains what will happen during the whole process and gives them an opportunity to tell their side of the story. The questions that will be given on the assessment are then agreed with the person so that they know exactly what they are going to be asked during the assessment. The person is then asked those questions and they give their answers to those very specific questions at that time, so they will know all the questions and the answers a long time before they do the assessment itself. They have certain rights throughout the whole time they are going through the process and those rights are clearly explained to them right at the beginning.
The second phase is the 'in-assessment'. This is the part where the subject is attached to the instrument, the questions asked and the polygraph charts generated. The assessor will complete the assessment process as many times as is necessary to collect the data they require to give their decision.
The third phase is the post-assessment. In this part the charts are examined and assessor may discuss the result with the examinee depending on the requirement.
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