Country manager for Sabre Security – Afghanistan

Chris’s approach to his role and commitment to his employers is first class. He is totally trustworthy and his integrity is never in doubt. A completely realistic and very capable man who has proven on many occasions, his ability to lead and effectively deal with often complicated issues in areas of extreme hostility.

Project manager for Near East Security Services – Al Najaf Alashraf International Airport – Iraq

Chris operates to extremely high levels of professionalism and personal discipline in all areas of work. He is meticulous to the final degree in his organisation, examinations and post examination debriefs, at the same time having sufficient flexibility to adjust his programme and plans to meet the needs of an ever expanding international airport.

Head of Operations for Sabre International Security - Iraq and Afghanistan

Chris is a qualified polygrapher and has been predominantly employed to provide polygraph services in Iraq and Afghanistan for our US Government, Oil and Gas Sector clients and adhoc clients. Polygraphing was a mandatory requirement on all US Government contracts and these tests were subject to random audits and inspections by US Government contract personel.

Secretary of British Polygraph Association,Owner of Uk Polygraph Services , Director of Credibility Assesment – Nigeria

...we considered his examinations, his professionalism and examination standards to be above reproach and above the standards of his peers.

M.A. , Director, Academy of Polygraph Science – Fort Myers, Florida, USA

Unfortunately, not all polygraph examiners are created equal. Mr. Scheepers rises above his peers by aggressively seeking out the standards and principles of the polygraph practice in an attempt to protect and serve the public. He recognizes the position of high trust, and continually seeks to improve his skillset.

What you should confirm prior to using the polygraph?

Taking a polygraph is a big decision. You need to trust that the examiner has been trained professionally and is keeping their knowledge updated. Below is a set of questions you should ask about the examiner who is proposing to administer the exam:

  • Is the examiner professionally trained at a polygraph school accredited by the American Polygraph Association? Ask to see their certification, if they cannot or will not produce certificates they are not qualified. Do not accept excuses on this important matter.
  • Has the examiner continued his/her education? Remember being trained 20 years ago was fine 20 years ago but techniques, instruments and technology is ever changing. Ask what formal updated training, American Polygraph Association and other Polygraph Association seminars he/she has attended to further education.
  • Does the examiner use modern computerized instruments and with validated examination and evaluation techniques?
  • What quality control procedures does the examiner use?
    • What percentage of work is quality controlled?
    • Who is checking the quality of his/her work?
    • Do they work alone or as part of an established business?
    • Is the complete exam recorded by audio and video means?
    • Are records of polygraph examination retained and how long?

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Interesting Information

In US Federal pre-employment process the polygraph accounted for 94% of admissions made

Employee theft is the principle cause of business failure in over 50% of bankruptcies each year in the USA.

A major study of retailing in the USA revealed that “shrinkage” or loss broke down into :

  • Bookkeeping and management error = 10 %
  • Shoplifting = 15%
  • Staff theft = 75%

87 % of job applicants lie on the application form, the majority lie about experience and qualifications however 25 % of these liars are concealing real risk, such as criminal convictions, involvement in crimes, theft from employers, abuse and misappropriation of company equipment/property.

Membership of Professional Bodies

South African Polygraph Federation