By Eliza Sanders, Marketing— A recent report by KRMS Newsroom highlights a complaint by NARSOL about sex offenders during COVID- 19. The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) has decided to attack authorities who require in-person polygraphs when attempting to rehabilitate sex offenders on probation or parole. They claim ...
May 8, 2020WebKeeper
By Bobby Alger, Marketing – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has rocked the world, shutting down international travel and quarantining entire countries. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), those at the highest risk of becoming very sick are older adults and individuals with serious chronic ...
April 22, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – If there is money to be made, someone, somewhere will find a way to do it. That someone won’t care if they do so by legal or illegal means, even if it requires conning the United States Health Care system. That was the case of Anita ...
April 17, 2020WebKeeper
By Russ Warner, Marketing – There are two reasons why people fail lie detection tests: The person is guilty and is lying about the issue under investigation The person is innocent but reacted similarly to persons known to be guilty, based on scientific research studies. What does it mean to “react similarly” ...
April 14, 2020WebKeeper
By Russ Warner, Marketing – The article, "Why agencies must continue recruitment during the COVID-19 pandemic" by Sgt. Matt Cobb posted on Policeone.com is intriguing. Many law enforcement agencies have stopped recruiting, training, attending career fairs and classroom presentations primarily because of the uncertainty of budgets and the ...
April 10, 2020WebKeeper
By Eliza Sanders, Marketing — In a recent article about the Coronavirus outbreak, it is suggested by a former federal prosecutor, Glenn Kirschner, that Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia should take a polygraph test. The governor has been accused of acting too slowly to impose lockdowns in the state, and ...
April 6, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Victor Phillips, age 39, recently pled guilty for conspiracy to commit bank bribery. U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman stated: “As he admitted in court today, banker Victor Phillips conspired to facilitate the laundering of what he believed were the proceeds of criminal activity. Thanks to ...
April 1, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing – Nicholas John Montano, age 34, was involved in a trafficking organization that brought hundreds of pounds of drugs into the state of Montana. He was found guilty of conspiracy to possess meth and distribute it. He will receive a minimum of 10 years in prison, “a ...
March 27, 2020WebKeeper
By Rachel Morgan, Marketing Unfortunately, we live in a world where dishonesty is not uncommon in the financial realm. Criminals are constantly on the prowl to make a fortune at the expense of the innocent. The following case of tax fraud is no ...
March 21, 2020WebKeeper
By Eliza Sanders, Marketing – In an article about measures Israel is taking to combat the Coronavirus, the government official Netanyahu, wanted to make members of their Health Ministry Staff take polygraphs so they wouldn’t misuse private information they’d be privy to. Regulations that were approved would enable these ministry ...
March 15, 2020WebKeeper
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