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Introduction

The American International Institute of Polygraph (AIIP) was founded with the objective and mission to provide quality polygraph training to qualified, highly motivated sponsored persons in law enforcement and other organizations. AIIP provides instruction and training in polygraph sciences; affords the student the opportunity to develop and refine the knowledge and skills necessary for successful accomplishment of polygraph examinations; and, tests students to ensure competence before issuing a graduation diploma. AIIP training programs are accredited by the American Polygraph Association and recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists.

Frederick Polygraph, LLC, owns the school, which is located at 277 Hwy. 74, Suite #312, Peachtree City, Georgia, USA, and is in compliance with all Georgia State and local licensing requirements. AIIP classes are presented internationally and at other locations in the United States.

Faculty

Robbie Frederick, Director and Instructor. Robbie is a 2003 graduate of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute with over 31 years law enforcement experience. In addition to his polygraph testing and supervision/training of other polygraph examiners, Robbie's police duties involved supervision of teams targeting illicit drug operations, crime scene investigations, and crisis negotiations, while maintaining a private polygraph business since 2006. He has presented polygraph lectures internationally, has held leadership positions in the Georgia Polygraph Association and the American Polygraph Association, and currently conducts quality control reviews of administered examinations. His academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of West Georgia and graduate work toward a Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology. Robbie is also Post Conviction Sex Offender Testing (PCSOT) certified, and has interned other PCSOT examiners.

Charles (Chuck) E. Slupski, Deputy Director and Instructor. A graduate of the US Army Polygraph School and former instructor at the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, Mr. Slupski has been a polygraph examiner since 1983 and retired from the US Army Criminal Investigations Command in 1996. He conducted polygraph examinations for the Arizona Department of Corrections before taking an instructor position and subsequently becoming the Director of Argenbright International Institute of Polygraph. With the closing of the Argenbright school, Mr. Slupski established the American International Institute of Polygraph. His academic accomplishments include Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Management, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Law Enforcement. He is a member of the American Polygraph Association, the American Association of Police Polygraphists, the Georgia Polygraph Association, the South African Professional Polygraph Association, and the American Society for Testing and Materials (International), ASTM International committee E-52 on Forensic Psychophysiology. Mr. Slupski is a licensed polygraph examiner in Kentucky and South Carolina.

Steven D. Duncan, Instructor. Mr. Duncan is a 1994 graduate of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, with over 3000 hours of Emergency Service, Law Enforcement, and Polygraph related training. He is a certified Peace Officer and maintains status as a Master Peace Officer Standards and Training Council Instructor. Mr. Duncan has also served as a Criminal Investigator for a county sheriff's office, Supervisory Polygraph Examiner for the Georgia State Patrol, Deputy Director of the Argenbright International Institute of Polygraph, and Adjunct Instructor for the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute. He is currently a Private Investigator and Polygraph Examiner, conducting investigations and polygraph examinations in several states. His academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Duncan holds memberships in the Georgia Polygraph Association and the American Polygraph Association; having held Board of Director positions in both organizations.

Howdy Hayes, Instructor. Mr. Hayes is a 2012 graduate of the American International Institute of Polygraph and currently a private examiner as President & CEO of Southeastern Resolution Group. Prior to retirement from the Georgia State Patrol, he served as Assistant Post Commander, a background investigator and supervisor of special investigations before becoming a polygraph examiner. With certifications in Police Employment Investigations and as a P.O.S.T. Instructor, Mr. Hayes assumed a leadership within the Georgia Polygraph Association as Vice President while maintaining membership in the American Polygraph Association. His academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Sarah T. Keane, Instructor. Ms. Keane is a 2014 graduate of the American International Institute of Polygraph. She is a private Polygraph Examiner, conducting post-conviction sex offender testing for both the Georgia Department of Community Supervision and the US Federal Department of Probation and Parole. She has conducted approximately 1,700 post-conviction sex offender exams and has been a guest lecturer at Kennesaw State University. Her academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Ms. Keane currently holds the office of Vice President for the GA Polygraph Association and is a member of the American Polygraph Association, the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, and the GA Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.

Joshua Alford, Instructor. Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Polygraph Unit. Mr. Alford is a 2016 graduate of the American International Institute of Polygraph with over 21 years of law enforcement experience. He provides daily support, quality control and peer review services for every polygraph exam administered by the GBI. Mr. Alford is also certified in Post Conviction Sex Offender Testing (PCSOT). Other experience by Mr. Alford includes supervising a regional field office that was responsible for responding for requests for assistance from state and local agencies with investigating homicides, robberies, crimes against children and use of force investigations. He has been a certified Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) instructor since 2012. Academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Science degree in Justice Studies from Georgia Southern University and a Master's in Public Safety Administration from Columbus State University.

Camille Chacon, Instructor. Ms. Chacon started her career in Law Enforcement in 2005 with The City of Las Vegas Police Department in New Mexico. She moved to the State of Georgia in 2008 where she continued her law enforcement career with the Clayton County Police Department. Ms. Chacon's duties while in law enforcement consisted of General Patrol, Applicant Background Investigation, Internal Affairs Investigation, Airport Drug Interdiction, Field Training Officer, Crisis Intervention Team, and certified General Instruction. Ms. Chacon attended the American International Institute of Polygraph in 2011 where she was trained in administering Pre-Employment, and Criminal/Specific Issue polygraphs. She has received specialized training in Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing. Ms. Chacon is a graduate of New Mexico Highland University with a Bachelor of Art degree in Human Performance & Sports.

Tracy L. Alvord, MS, LPC, Instructor for Psychology. Ms. Alvord has specialized in the assessment and treatment, of those that commit sexual crimes, for over 30 years. Her program also includes addiction treatment, including sexual compulsivity, pornography, and substance abuse. For 20 years she taught Polygraph Psychology for the American International Institute of Polygraph and continues to teach Post Conviction Sex Offender Testing (PCSOT). She has presented for various polygraph associations and law enforcement agencies. Ms. Alvord has been the Executive Director of the Sexual Offender Registration Review (SORRB) for the past 13 years. She has contributed to various bills presented to the Georgia House and Senate.

Ann E. Hall, Instructor for Physiology. Ms. Hall is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and Fire Fighter, specializing in training about physiological aspects of the human body during more than 10 years as a professional strength, conditioning and health coach with the University of South Carolina, private practice, and in government service with the Clayton County Fire Department. Her academic accomplishments include a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications; certifications in advanced teaching, fire-fighting, first aid, emergency medical technician, NPQ fire instructor, CPR instructor, BLS instructor; and a graduate certification in gerontology.

Ronna M. Woodruff, Attorney at Law, Instructor for Law. A private attorney in Georgia, Ms. Woodruff received her Bachelor's degree, Cum Laude, with honors for outstanding academic achievement every semester and obtained her Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School in May 2008. Her professional affiliations include being a member of the US Supreme Court, the State Bar of Georgia, and the American Bar Association. A member of Woodruff Law, LLC, Ms. Woodruff serves an Adjunct Professor at both Kennesaw State University and the Southern Polytechnic State University.

Faculty - South Africa

Hein Allers, Hein is the director of Polyschool Pty Ltd, which facilitates American International Institute of Polygraph training in South Africa. He is a 1998 graduate of Argenbright International Institute of Polygraph, the predecessor of the AIIP. He is a former SA Police Service polygraph examiner with more than 20 years' experience in testing, supervising and teaching in the polygraph profession. His academic qualifications include BA and Honours degrees in Criminology, as well as diplomas and advanced certificates in polygraph, law enforcement, intelligence and related fields. He is a member of the American Polygraph Association (APA) and a founding member of the South African Professional Polygraph Association (SAPPA). Hein may be contacted at aiiptraining@gmail.com or on tel no +27 74 684 7562.

Susan Selzer, Susan is an admitted Attorney and is the South African instructor for Law and Human Rights. Her academic qualifications include a B Proc law degree and a Masters degree (LLM) in Labour Law. She obtained Certificates in Advanced Labour Law and Labour Dispute Resolution with distinctions. Susan is currently a presiding commissioner at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), where South African polygraph examiners are mostly called upon to testify.

Dr. Piet Bester, Piet is a registered Industrial Psychologist and a senior lecturer at Stellenbosch University's Faculty of Military Science. His academic qualifications include a degree and Honours degree in Military Science (Industrial Psychology), a postgraduate diploma in the management of security, a Master's degree in Human Resource Management and a Doctorate in Leadership in Performance and Change. Piet started his career in military intelligence and is also a registered polygraph examiner. His research interests include leadership, counterproductive work behaviour, performance enhancement, test construction and national security.

Dr. Hannelie Kemp, Hannelie is a clinical dietitian registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. Her academic qualifications include a Bachelor, Masters and PhD in Dietetics. She has more than 20 years theoretical and practical experience of teaching dietetic and medical students at the University of Pretoria and tertiary academic hospitals. Apart from her interest in human nutrition, she has a special interest in human physiology, since nutrition and physiology are so closely intertwined. Human physiology was one of her main subjects for her Bachelor's degree and formed an integral part of her postgraduate studies. She is currently working as a dietitian in private practice and as a medical copywriter for the South African branch of an international nutrition company.

The American International Institute of Polygraph (AIIP) reserves the right to use the services of additional instructors and/or instructional assistants so their varying expertise can add to the educational process. All staff will meet or exceed qualifications as established by the American Polygraph Association.

About Us

The American International Institute of Polygraph (AIIP) was founded with the objective of providing quality polygraph training to qualified, highly motivated persons in law enforcement and other government organizations. We exist to serve those who are not satisfied with just meeting the minimum standards for polygraph examiners, and want to exceed those minimum standards.

We are accredited by the American Polygraph Association (APA), recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP), and are in compliance with all Georgia state and local licensing requirements.

 

Contact Information

277 Hwy. 74 N, Suite #312
Peachtree City, GA 30269

Phone: (770) 960-1377
aiipolygraph@gmail.com

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Contact Information

277 Hwy. 74 N, Suite #312
Peachtree City, GA 30269

Phone: (866) 477-5180
aiipolygraph@gmail.com

Copyright © 2001 - 2023 American International Institute of Polygraph. All Rights Reserved.
Server Space and Design by Lafayette Instrument Company.

Copyright © 2001 - 2023 American International Institute of Polygraph. All Rights Reserved.
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