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Here are the two questions that I chose to respond back too. This is the original question. I think
the polygraph is an important tool for the hiring process.
Do you think the use of polygraph in the hiring processes for police agencies is an
important tool, along with others is effective enough to identify and eliminate unsuitable
candidates for employment?
Discussion Response 1 (Z)
The hiring process to become a law enforcement officer is a long and deliberately difficult road.
The idea is to subject applicants to this difficult process in hopes agencies can weed out the “bad
apples” we hear about a lot today. Clearly this system is not perfect no system is, but I think the
idea of a deliberately difficult process is very helpful in breaking applicants down into their basic
nature and eventually deciding for or against an applicant. I will always remember my father’s
process and him telling my family and I the kind of weird questions he had to answer to become
a Pennsylvania State Trooper. He mentioned very deep questions about sexual relationships with
his own family then a few questions later the interviewer or the test just rephrased and asked the
In terms of the polygraph, I think it is a helpful tool. We already know the process is long and
difficult but can be tricked, how many times in an interview have you answered a question only
because you knew what they wanted to hear? Think in terms of a person who is a good liar and
made it through numerous tests and interviews, even the background check. When it comes time
to do the polygraph you can tell a lot about a person even if the results are not conclusive.
Combining the results of the test with the administrator’s own intuition and instinct an agency
can learn a lot about a person. Overall, I think a polygraph is a valuable tool in the hiring process
but I do not believe it should be the end all be all.
Discussion Response 2 (A)
A polygraph test can be effective when it comes to finding out about a person’s personal
experiences. It can also help weed out those that do not meet the standards for the employer, the
video gave a couple of great examples of questions they may ask in order to see if you meet the
standards of the agency that is hiring. Like their history with drugs, previous employers, or
anything specific that’s illegal to be doing in the 1st place. A background investigation is also
especially important as well, this kind of investigation will bring up anything that the individual
has done in their past that has been put on record.
These methods are helpful to identify and eliminate unsuitable candidates without these
tactics policing agencies will hire candidates that are unfit for the job. All employers don’t’ want
to waste time & resources on someone that will not benefit the agency by not being up to par to
keep the position or lie about a requirement just to get the job.
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