Post Conviction Sex Offender results are given to the examinee, treatment provider (if applicable), and the probation or parole officer, unless otherwise required by law. Reports are kept confidential.
PCSOT cancelation policy - If an examinee is a "no show" or does not show up at the appointed time, he or she may be charged a "no show" service fee, may be charged the full amount of the test, and will be required to pre-pay for his or her following tests.
Scheduling & Cancelation Policy
Payment in full is required to reserve a time slot for a polygraph examination. 50% of the payment is non-refundable, once the appointment is confirmed. If the examination is not at our headquartered office, tests may be re-scheduled by the client up to a week prior to the scheduled appointment. If the appointment is at our headquartered office in Edmond, OK, a re-schedule may be made up to 48 hours prior to the appointment. The 50% non-refundable deposit will still count towards your rescheduled appointment, as long as the rescheduled appointment is within two weeks of the original test date.
Examinees involved in the polygraph test will be required to sign a rights and consent form, a release of liability form, and a medical form. They may also choose to sign a release of information to parties involved (does not apply to PCSOT).
Oklahoma Polygraph Bill of Rights
Polygraph Bill of Rights
- Taking a polygraph examination in the State of Oklahoma, is a voluntary act unless the examinee is an employee of a governmental body which has a policy or Rules and Regulations requiring mandatory polygraph examinations as a part of internal investigations.
- The examinee has the right to know the nature of the examination.
- The examinee may terminate the examination at any time.
- The polygraph examiner may not ask any questions during the test that is not in writing and has not been reviewed, prior to the examination exactly as it will be asked.
- The examiner shall not render a final opinion based on chart analysis, until the examinee has had a reasonable opportunity to explain any reactions to pertinent questions.
- The examinee is entitled to a thorough explanation of what to expect during the examination prior to any test being conducted.
- A minimum of two charts shall be required to render an opinion based on chart analysis.
- The examiner may not ask any questions which may reasonably be construed as being sexually oriented, or concerning religious, racial, labor or political beliefs or affiliations of the person being tested, unless they refer to a matter pertinent to the examination.
- The person being tested, has the right to know the results of the examination in a timely manner, if so requested.