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    Default Can Polygraph results be shared?

    If i take a polygraph with one department and passed then a few months later i test at another department and they send me to the some polygraph people, can that department get the results from my 1st poly? does the poly people keep my results on file to compare with?

    Things have changed since my last test. time has passed. Like the first time i took one i had 3 speeding tickets in the past 3 years. now its only 2 since more time as passed. i just dont want to get pegged a liar and be kicked out of the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan84 View Post
    If i take a polygraph with one department and passed then a few months later i test at another department and they send me to the some polygraph people, can that department get the results from my 1st poly? does the poly people keep my results on file to compare with?
    Yes, of course. Same goes with the psych if it's with the same office. Once they know you have been in before they will pull your file.

    It probably wasn't the tickets that got your DQ'd.

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