The polygraph School conducts training in basic polygraph course to advanced porensic psychology in the Detection of Deception Courses.

The Polygraph School provides quality polygraph training in law enforcement, government and the private sector. Our goal is to provide a high standard of training that will provide the student with the skills of working in the future with proficiency and the highest level of quality in their field.

 School name is Special Operative Polygraph School (S.O.P.S).

School of Polygraph – Program Length

The basic course is 4 – 10 weeks in length (including in residence and practical training). Classes are generally held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, with an hour for lunch. Saturday classes are occasionally required to accommodate some of the instructors.
The 10 weeks course will be accredited by the APA (American Polygraph Association).

In order to graduate from the Polygraph School, the Student must complete all requirements of the study course with an average grade of 80% or more (utilizing a 0 – 100% scale) in all examinations and assignments. Each of the assignment must be completed with a minimum of 75%.

Besides the satisfactory completion of all courses, the student must present a final paper and has to conduct at least 10 evaluations during the time after the course in order to demonstrate his (her) skill and knowledge.

Following the student's satisfactory completion of all course requirements, a diploma will be awarded attesting to the student's achievement.

During the following 6 months each student will have to report about the completion of 20 exams. The school will randomly choose 5 of them for inspection. Based on these results, a graduating diploma will be awarded.

After the end of the course, the student may also be given special counseling during the following year with no additional cost to the student or his institution.

Based on the rigorous nature of the training, some students may be unable to complete the minimum average required. Students will be allowed to repeat partial exams, stages of the training (internship for example) or the entire course if required. (The fee for this kind of additional training will be given based on the situation).

Attendance records will be appropriately recorded on a daily basis. Successful completion of the course requires the student to be physically present during 95% of the actual classroom instruction time.

Association and Licensing Requirements

Please note that attendance to this school does not, in itself, constitute Polygraph Association membership eligibility.

Admission Requirements
The Polygraph School requires:
1. Satisfactory completion of a polygraph test in order to demonstrate honesty and high standard of values.
2. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and/or appropriate background training and experience,
which is essentially the equivalent of the bachelor's degree.
3. The student must be at least 25 years of age.
4. The student must not have criminal record or felony convictions.