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State Of Michigan - Board of Forensic Polygraph Examiners

The Board of Forensic Polygraph Examiners is responsible for the licensing and regulation of forensic polygraph examiners and interns under Public Act 295 of 1972. Polygraph examiners detect deception, verify truthfulness or provide a diagnostic opinion of either, through the use of an instrument or mechanical device.

The board currently oversees the practice of approximately 116 public and private and out-of-state forensic polygraph examiners.

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