International Polygraph Accreditation Board

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The International Polygraph Accreditation Board (or IPAB) was established in 2011 and includes 1,900 members in the polygraph field.

The stated goals of the IPAB are:

  • The International Polygraph Accreditation Board conformity assessment programs—under which a company or an individual is evaluated and certified based on demonstrated ability to meet the requirements set by the International Polygraph Accreditation Board
  • Encouraging and supporting research, training and education to benefit members of the IPAB as well as those who support its purpose and by providing a forum for the presentation and exchange of information derived from such research, training and education
  • Establishing and enforcing standards for private accreditation
  • To establish and maintain professional standards in the delivery of a portfolio of professional training courses in the field of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) work, encompassing a 'Foundation Level' syllabus and qualification
  • To formally recognise the successful completion of a portfolio of professional training courses in the field of Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) work encompassing a 'Foundation Level' syllabus and qualification
  • To oversee the delivery of the training courses taking into account the quality and effectiveness of the courses
  • To establish and maintain professional standards in the delivery of an 'Advanced Level' Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) qualification based on an agreed common syllabus, to be delivered by education institutions and resulting in an Award at Certificate of Higher Education level
  • To formally recognise the successful completion of the 'Advanced Level' Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) qualification :*To actively promote professional training for Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) Specialists and to work with organisations with a common interest in the development of professional training and access to relevant programmes of Higher Education

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