Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service


Ensure the polygraph examiner or polygraph company you are trusting to administer an Employee Polygraph Protection Act examination for your company and for your employees has been administering this specific kind of  examination not just any regular polygraph examination. Has been administering this for a minimum of years (13 plus) or this will cost you personally, the loss of your company and family thousands of dollars in fines, law suits  and potential prison time.  This is a very serious polygraph exam.


There have been many examiners who have refused to accept this kind of examination to administer due to the complex laws, rules and sensitivity that must be strictly adhered to.  Also there have been examiners who say they can do this kind of examination because they want your money fast, but have cost companies greatly as they had little experience and did not have the proper documentation or knowledge in the complex laws.  They have harmed the employers, employees and business. Do not allow an examiner who just because they have a polygraph license or say they can do this very important exam for a cheaper price take on this extremely sensitive and delicate polygraph examination for you,  your company and your employees. Or it may cost you greatly in the end both financially and possibly criminal actions. This is a Federally Protected Polygraph Examination law.  This should be trusted with an examiner with many years of experience handling cases like this.  Other examiners have sent their potential clients to Executive Protection Group to handle this type of polygraph because of the complexity and the experience Executive Protection Group has over the others. 

 Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service has been administering this type of  specific examination for 15 years and has numerous large corporations, companies and  businesses that can verify and prove that they trust  no one else, but Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service and Examiner Mr. David Goldberg with this type of examination and experience. 

EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT

(EPPA)

Section 801.12 of the Federal Registrar 1988


CAN I AS AN EMPLOYER ASK AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE A POLYGRAPH TEST?

 Yes, under certain conditions an employer may request that an employee submit to a polygraph examination. The provided information will guide you as an employer with the necessary steps in order for you, the employer, to ask an employee to take a polygraph test. All guidelines must be met and should be strictly adhered to in order to avoid any unnecessary legal actions against the employer and business.


THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED AS "YES" BY THE EMPLOYER IN ORDER FOR A EMPLOYEE TO BE ASKED TO SUBMIT TO A POLYGRAPH TEST:


1)     IS THE PERSON IN QUESTION A PRESENT EMPLOYEE?

  • If the employee is currently employed and is working under me, as the employer, than EPPA guidelines apply.           
 

2)     DO I HAVE A POSTER DISPLAYED AT WORK FOR ALL MY EMPLOYEES TO REVIEW  THE EPPA RULES?

  •  I must display a poster that shows the guidelines of the EPPA for all employees to see.  

 

3)     AS AN EMPLOYER DO I HAVE A LOSS OR INJURY? 

  • Can I document an ongoing investigation that will identify specific economic loss or injury to my company? Loss can be direct or indirect. Examples of direct loss are: Theft, Embezzlement, misappropriation, Inventory Shortage. Indirect loss would be money laundering.

 

4)     AS AN EMPLOYER DO I HAVE A LEGITIMATE ONGOING INVESTIGATION?

  •  Does my company have an internal ongoing investigation that is being conducted and will show a specific loss or injury?

 

(a) DOES THE PERSON IN QUESTION HAVE ACCESS?

  •  Does the employee who is  being investigated have access to the target areas, objects missing or equipment related to the loss or injury under investigation?

 

(b)  IS THERE REASONABLE SUSPICION THAT A SPECIFIC PERSON COMMITTED THE CRIME?

  •  As an employer, I must be able to verbalize in detail reasonable suspicion, which has been determined through the ongoing investigation that will show why I, as an employer, suspects an employee of causing the loss or injury.

 

(c) HAVE I INCLUDED ALL POTENTIAL NAMES OF SUSPICIOUS INDIVIDUALS ON A LIST?

  •  You, as the employer, shall provide to the polygraph examiner every potential suspicious individual on a list. This list should include all the employees that had access to the targeted site in question or any employee who had knowledge of the loss or injury. Ensure the examiner or polygraph company you are trusting to administer an Employee Polygraph Protection Act examination for your company and for your employees has been administering this specific kind of  examination not just regular polygraph examinations for many years (10 plus) or this will cost you, your company and family thousands of dollars in fines and potential prison time. There have been many examiners who have refused to accept this kind of examination to administer due to the complex laws, rules and sensitivity that must be strictly adhered to. Also there have been examiners who say they can do it and have cost companies greatly because they did not know what they were doing, had little experience or did not have the proper documentation and did it just for money purposes and have harmed the employers, employees and business. Do not allow an examiner who just because they have a polygraph license or say they can do this exam for a cheaper price take on this extremely sensitive type of polygraph examination for you,  your company and your employees or it may cost you greatly in the long run financially and possibly criminal actions. This is a Federally Protected Polygraph Examination and this should be trusted with an examiner with many years of experience handling cases like this.  Other examiners have sent their potential clients to Executive Protection Group to handle this type of polygraph because of the complexity and the experience Executive Protection Group has over the others. 

     Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service has been administering this type of  specific examination for 13 years and has numerous large corporations, companies and  businesses that can verify and prove that they trust  no one else, but Executive Protection Group Polygraph Service and examiner Mr. David Goldberg with this type of examination.


    EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT (EPPA)

    Section 801.12 of the Federal Registrar 1988

    CAN I AS AN EMPLOYER ASK AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE A POLYGRAPH TEST?
     Yes, under certain conditions an employer may request that an employee submit to a polygraph examination. The provided information will guide you as an employer with the necessary steps in order for you, the employer, to ask an employee to take a polygraph test. All guidelines must be met and should be strictly adhered to in order to avoid any unnecessary legal actions against the employer and business.

    THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED AS "YES" BY THE EMPLOYER IN ORDER FOR A EMPLOYEE TO BE ASKED TO SUBMIT TO A POLYGRAPH TEST:

    1)     IS THE PERSON IN QUESTION A PRESENT EMPLOYEE?

    If the employee is currently employed and is working under me, as the employer, than EPPA guidelines apply.           

    2)     DO I HAVE A POSTER DISPLAYED AT WORK FOR ALL MY EMPLOYEES TO REVIEW  THE EPPA RULES?

     I must display a poster that shows the guidelines of the EPPA for all employees to see.  

     3)     AS AN EMPLOYER DO I HAVE A LOSS OR INJURY? 

    Can I document an ongoing investigation that will identify specific economic loss or injury to my company? Loss can be direct or indirect. Examples of direct loss are: Theft, Embezzlement, misappropriation, Inventory Shortage. Indirect loss would be money laundering.

     4)     AS AN EMPLOYER DO I HAVE A LEGITIMATE ONGOING INVESTIGATION?

     Does my company have an internal ongoing investigation that is being conducted and will show a specific loss or injury?

     (a) DOES THE PERSON IN QUESTION HAVE ACCESS?

     Does the employee who is  being investigated have access to the target areas, objects missing or equipment related to the loss or injury under investigation?

     (b)  IS THERE REASONABLE SUSPICION THAT A SPECIFIC PERSON COMMITTED THE CRIME?

     As an employer, I must be able to verbalize in detail reasonable suspicion, which has been determined through the ongoing investigation that will show why I, as an employer, suspects an employee of causing the loss or injury.

     (c) HAVE I INCLUDED ALL POTENTIAL NAMES OF SUSPICIOUS INDIVIDUALS ON A LIST?

     You, as the employer, shall provide to the polygraph examiner every potential suspicious individual on a list. This list should include all the employees that had access to the targeted site in question or any employee who had knowledge of the loss or injury.