UKPA

UKPA

The UK Polygraph Association (UKPA) is the largest professional organisation of its type in Britain and the rest of Europe and it encourages professional polygraphers and those involved in the detection of deception, around the world to join our ever increasing numbers.

UKPA examiners are highly qualified professionals who are motivated to help those who employ our services by verifying the truth, while following the highest standards of moral, ethical, and professional conduct. UKPA governs the conduct of its members by requiring adherence to a Code of Ethics and a set of Standards and Principles of Practice.

In order to become a UKPA member, examiners must adhere to strict guidelines and educational requirements that include hundreds of hours of coursework at an accredited school, as well as an internship. As in many respected professions, UKPA members must acquire continuing education and training in order to maintain membership.

It is this strict entry criteria and the monitoring of our membership that gives those employing our services the highest level of confidence. Additionally our members also have membership of the American Polygraph Association, the worlds largest with 2800 members.

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