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18VAC120-30-55. Qualifications for licensure by examination.

A. A polygraph examiner license shall be issued to applicants who fulfill the requirements of 18VAC120-30-40, 18VAC120-30-50, and subsections B and C of this section:

B. The applicant shall have completed six months as a registered intern examiner under the personal and direct on-premise supervision of an examiner qualified under 18VAC120-30-60 who shall supervise each and every polygraph examination administered by the intern.  The internship need not be accomplished in Virginia. However, any internship conducted outside of Virginia must comply fully with this regulation.  An intern shall not be eligible to sit for the license examination until the intern's supervisor has submitted to the department a written statement that the internship has been satisfactorily completed.  The department may waive the internship for any person who practiced polygraphy in a federal jurisdiction or the United States Military.

C. Upon submission of the completed application and fee, the applicant will be considered for the examination required by 18VAC120-30-110.  Upon passing such examination, the applicant shall be granted his polygraph examiners license provided the applicant is otherwise qualified.

Statutory Authority

54.1-1802 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 23, Issue 21, eff. August 1, 2007.


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