Polygraph was created in 2005 by Cynthia Saenz upon her
retirement from the California Department of Corrections.
The two examiners associated with Omega Polygraph are graduates of the Marston Polygraph Academy in San Bernardino California, and are retired law enforcement. They are also retired military. We conduct law enforcement pre-employment screening for several police departments in the Southern California area as well as subcontract to do the same with over 20 other law enforcement agencies, fire departments and armored transport companies. We have conducted polygraphs in employee theft investigations, criminal investigations, post conviction sex offenders on parole or probation and also private testing.
What You Should Know When Choosing A Polygraph
Before you choose a polygraph examiner or take
a polygraph, there are some important questions you need to ask!
- Is the Examiner bonded or insured?
- Does the polygraph service meet standards of the American Polygraph
Association and ASTM?
- Does the Examiner use quality control procedures?
- Does the Examiner stay on top of the latest legal issues for
testing under ADA and EPPA, if testing for an employer?
- Is the examiner a Graduate from an APA accredited polygraph
- Is the Examiner a member of the American Polygraph Association
and their state polygraph association?
In many States LICENSING is not required. That
means anyone can read a book on Polygraph, buy an instrument and
call themselves an Examiner. There are no controls in those States
as to who provides such services, Consumer
Testing in English and Spanish.