Mr. Blalock is a United States Army veteran and a former interrogation and counter-intelligence soldier, Special Agent, government employee and contractor in the intelligence field. He has extensive experience and specialized training in polygraph, interviewing, interrogation, and vulnerability assessment. Mr. Blalock holds both Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees, and has extensive investigative training. He has conducted and quality controlled countless polygraph examinations, interviews, interrogations and investigations for federal government, private and law enforcement agencies throughout the world, including the Middle East. He is a Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing (PCSOT) Instructor, and has administered countless PCSOT polygraph examinations. Mr. Blalock has authored and co-authored several polygraph-related articles, and has traveled throughout the world as a much sought-after presenter on various polygraph topics. Not only is he a graduate of the world-renowned National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA), and a past Director of the International Academy of Polygraph, and the Academy of Polygraph Science (APS), but he is also the current Director of the PEAK Credibility Assessment Training Center based in Cape Coral, Florida.
Mr. Blalock has been honored with lifetime memberships in numerous polygraph associations and societies for his contributions to the field of polygraph. He has also served in over a dozen positions in various boards, committees, and subcommittees directly related to polygraph, including current appointments with the Florida Polygraph Association Board, the American Polygraph Association School Accreditation Committee, and the American Polygraph Association Membership Committee.
Mr. Blalock was the winner of the 2017 John E. Reid award from the American Polygraph Association. This award is bestowed for distinguished achievements in polygraph research, teaching, or writing.
Chip Morgan has a wealth of investigative, teaching and polygraph experience with over 6,000 examinations conducted. Chip has over 30 years of law enforcement experience total in patrol services, property crimes investigation, narcotics enforcement and Crimes Against Persons. Chip has been an instructor for 30 years at POST and FLETC, most recently conducting polygraph training assignments for the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice and the Department of State worldwide.
Guillermo Witte is a polygraph examiner for the San Diego Police Department. Guillermo is a recognized lecturer and instructor, who has spoken and taught at numerous national and international events. For over a decade, Guillermo has shared his training and expertise with the public, private, and government sectors. Mr. Witte holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and is a certified PCSOT instructor by the American Polygraph Association. Mr. Witte is a member of the American Polygraph Association (APA), American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP), and the California Association of Polygraph Examiners (CAPE). Guillermo has native command of Spanish and can conduct examinations and perform lectures in Spanish.
Jim Orr holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and graduated from the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute in Fort McClellan, Alabama on April 2, 1999. Mr. Orr conducted in excess of 2,300 polygraph examinations in all areas of FBI responsibility across the United States and around the world. He also conducted quality control review of other FBI examiners’ work, as well as serving as the head polygraph examiner in the Baltimore and Tampa FBI offices. He served as a mentor and field trainer to new examiners in both offices, as well as coordinating all polygraph matters. Upon retiring from the FBI on January, 1, 2011, Mr. Orr founded Tampa Polygraph Services, LLC, and has conducted hundreds of polygraph examinations in the United States and abroad for Law Enforcement, as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), attorneys, private companies and private individuals, as well as conducting quality control reviews of other examiners’ work. Mr. Orr was a primary instructor at the Academy of Polygraph Science from June, 2012 through March, 2016, teaching all aspects of polygraph in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Orr has over 36 years of active law enforcement experience. He began his law enforcement career as a police cadet in the City of Westland, Michigan in metropolitan Detroit on August 1, 1974. He attended the police academy in 1976 and then served as a uniformed police officer until he accepted a position as an FBI Special Agent on October 2, 1983, serving in that capacity until his retirement on January 1, 2011. Mr. Orr is a former full member of the Maryland Polygraph Association and is a current member in good standing with the American Polygraph Association (APA), the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP) and Florida Polygraph Association (FPA). Mr. Orr has received extensive instruction in all areas of polygraph and interview and interrogation since entering the field of polygraph.