Myth 1 - The Polygraph is no good because it is not admissible in court, right?

Myth 2 - If you are nervous you will fail the polygraph test.

Myth 3 - I had a friend take a polygraph test and he failed it even though he was telling the truth.

Myth 4 - I thought the examination would only take about 10 minutes.

 

About

Von Jennings - Lead ExaminerNortheast Georgia Polygraph Services was established in January 1998 by Von Jennings, a retired federal government polygraph examiner, who recognized the need for a qualified polygraph examiner to establish a service in the northeastern section of the state. Providing a quality service to clients in this area would allow them the opportunity of not having to drive to metropolitan Atlanta to take a polygraph examination. Von also wanted to provide this service at a fair and reasonable cost so more could afford the service.

Von Jennings - Examiner

Von Jennings retired from active federal service in January 1990. He initially started working for the International Institute of Public Service teaching Hostage Negotiations to police officers and the military. In 1993, Von became the director of Argenbright International Institute of Polygraph in Atlanta and remained in that position until he opened his private practice in January 1998. As director of the polygraph school Von was directly responsible for training police officers and state investigators in polygraph science. Not only was he the director he continued to be the primary instructor in the course. Von also conducted polygraph schools in Germany, South Africa, and Mexico. He was instrumental in helping set up the respective polygraph programs in South Africa and Mexico. After he opened his private practice Von continued teaching polygraph science at the Georgia Department of Public Safety, Forsyth, Georgia. Here he continued teaching GBI agents and police officers from the state of Georgia.

Before retiring Von was a special agent with the US Army Criminal Investigation Command where he started out as a special agent working criminal cases, advanced to teaching at the CID school and eventually becoming a special agent polygraph examiner. Von graduated from the prestigious DoD Polygraph Institute and began his polygraph career in 1986. He conducted many criminal polygraph examinations until his retirement in 1990. Von has over 30 years experience in the law enforcement and security field and is very familiar with all aspects of the criminal justice system.

Mr. Jennings is also a certified clinical polygraph examiner having completed the American Polygraph Association Post Conviction Sex Offender Polygraph Training. He has been conducting sex offender testing for the department of corrections and state department of pardon and paroles since the implementation of the program.

Von is an active member of the American Polygraph Association, Georgia Polygraph Association, and South Carolina Association of Polygraph Examiners. He believes in continuing education and attends training seminars every year to stay updated with all the latest developments in the polygraph field.

Von’s formal education includes a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a Masters of Public Administration from Jacksonville State University.

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