North Carolina Polygraph Association: Serving the Polygraph Industry in North Carolina

Welcome to the North Carolina Polygraph Association Website

The North Carolina Polygraph Association is a 501c3 corporation dedicated to promoting the professionalism and integrity of the polygraph industry in the state of North Carolina. This website is the place to get up to date information on the North Carolina Polygraph Association. On our website you will find information about how to become a member, a members directory, an officers listing, our constitution, as well as up to date news and meeting information. If additional information is required, be sure to contact our officers, they would be more than happy to assist you.

 

NCPA Statement on COVID-19 (Novel-Coronavirus)

The NCPA issues the following statement in regard to testing during this period of social distancing. Please download our statement for more information.

 

Why should I join the NCPA?

There are many benefits to joining a local association, the NCPA for example. Read our pamphlet for more information specifically about the NCPA!

 

Continuing Education Approvals - View Courses

A listing of each course approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board is available in our news section. New PPSB approval codes will be posted as soon as they are made available to the NCPA.


Annual Membership Renewal Fees ($50.00) are due January 1st

Annual membership dues need to be renewed each calendar year and cover January 1st thru December 31st of each year. Paid active members can attend spring and/or winter NCPA training without fee. A membership lapse of two years or more will require full re-application in order to renew your membership.

Current members please check the MEMBERS tab to ensure we have your correct contact information. Please email the NCPA secretary with needed changes as soon as possible.


Pay NCPA Member Dues Online
We now accept credit card payments online. You do not need a PayPal account to use this service.

Member Full Name


As always, you can mail a check. Be certain to include the member's full name and organization somewhere on the check.

Please mail all checks to the NCPA secretary/treasurer, John Vanderbilt at the
North Carolina Polygraph Association
c/o Mooresville Police Department
750 W. Iredell Avenue
Mooresville, NC 28115


Upcoming Meetings or Training

Upcoming NCPA Training

Date: December 2 - 3, 2021

The upcoming NCPA Training will be held Thursday - Friday December 2-3, 2021 at the SBI Headquarters in Raleigh, NC. Speakers and topics TBD.


PPSB Private Polygraph Examiners License Exam

Date: March 30, 2022

Anyone wishing to take the private license exam in 2022 will need to test on either Wednesday March 30, 2022 or Wednesday September 28, 2022. All testing will take place in Raleigh, NC.


PPSB Private Polygraph Examiners License Exam

Date: September 28, 2022

Anyone wishing to take the private license exam in 2022 will need to test on either Wednesday March 30, 2022 or Wednesday September 28, 2022. All testing will take place in Raleigh, NC.

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