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We will now hear of fewer cases of third degree employed by the police to extract truth from alleged criminals or their accomplices in custody. Lie detectors were recently distributed among city and range police in the state to interrogate people in
Moscows City Hall plans to introduce mandatory polygraph testing for all employees, legally requiring all Moscow government staff to follow members of its state tender commissions who take the tests on a voluntary basis. Some 70 percent of tender
Their alleged crimes were discovered after Donald and William Turley applied for security clearances in 2006 and 2007, each admitting during the required polygraph exams that they had manipulated time sheets, according to the indictment against them.
Associate Editor Psychology has spilled over into pop culture in many ways throughout the years. For instance, in 1911, one psychologist saved Coca-Cola by conducting rigorous studies into caffeine's effects on cognition and sensory and motor
The Arizona Republic A former Maricopa County sheriff's commander says a report that led to his dismissal and created unprecedented turnover at the highest levels of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office is based on shoddy investigative techniques and is rife
An apparent $10,000 fish purportedly caught during the mid-April Isabella Lake Fishing Derby wound up being worth nothing. That's because the fish was actually caught the day before the derby started, according to Fred Roach, chairman of the Isabella
The president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, said he was willing to submit to a lie detector test to prove that during the 2006 presidential campaign received no contributions from the Colombian guerrilla Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia .
PhilippinesThe names of two possible suspects in the Vizconde massacre have surfaced in the continuing reinvestigation of the gruesome 1991 murders. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima told reporters after Thursdays command conference of Task Force
Attorney General opens new BCI office in Athens Friday, May 13, 2011 10:39 AM The Columbus Dispatch The Daily Briefing A new Bureau of Identification & Investigation regional office will open in Athens, Ohio, Attorney General Mike DeWine announced
She's been a personal trainer and an award-winning bodybuilder and, above all, she's raised three kids. And now that two of her three kids have left the nest, 44-year-old Diana Slater has got a new goal in her sights: rookie cop. The Talofofo