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Milton "Skip" Webb, Jr. has spent over thirty five years as a federally trained polygraph examiner serving the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) for almost a half century as a criminal investigator, Special Agent for CID, beginning in 1971 and ending with his retirement in late 2013.

 Beginning in 1986 with graduation from the first graduating class of the newly created Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, Skip has served as a polygraph examiner; as the Group supervisor for the Eastern United States, Europe, South America and the Caribbean and as a quality control supervisor responsible for quality control review of all polygraph examinations conducted by CID polygraph examiners.

Beginning in 1994, Skip became the first civilian special agent Chief of the CID Polygraph Division, responsible for world wide supervision of all CID examiners and responsible for supervising the quality control review process for the CID polygraph program. Skip wrote the first CID Polygraph Procedures Manual and authored both the Army and the CID regulations for the conduct of polygraph examinations.

Skip has conducted over approximately two thousand  polygraph examinations during his career and has conducted quality control review of several thousand examinations conducted by other polygraph examiners.  From 2001 until his retirement, Skip trained and monitored over twenty intern polygraph examiners to federal certification. He was inducted into the Criminal Investigation Command's Special Agent "Hall of Fame" in 2017.

Skip has lectured throughout North America and Europe at both the state and national and international level. Having conducted lectures and training at numerous seminars for the American Polygraph Association (APA), The American Association of Police Polygraphists and countless state and international association seminars.  He has served as an adjunct instructor for the federal polygraph school in polygraph management and has lectured to the US Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), US Tax Court , numerous Federal Interagency Polygraph Seminars, The Canadian Association of Police Polygraphists the Israeli Polygraph Examiner's Association and the Mexican polygraph seminars hosted by the Mexican government Intelligence Service (CISN). Skip's experience and knowledge of military criminal investigations and rules of evidence resulted in his being selected to lecture at the US Army Staff Judge Advocate School's Advanced Forensics Course as well as the South Eastern Military Defense Attorney Seminar and the US Army Legal Service Agency Trial Counsel Assistance Program. Most recently, Skip trained examiners for the Ministry of Defense of Singapore's Center for Credibility Assessment school and for the International Law Enforcement Academy Basic Polygraph Course, Budapest, Hungary.

Skip is a life member of the APA and served three consecutive terms as APA president.  In addition to his terms as president, he served as the vice president for government, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive Director.  He has served as a school inspector of APA accredited schools and as both the seminar and awards general chair person.  He continues to serve the APA as a member of the Past President's Advisory Committee, the Public Relations and Legislative Committee and as the 2013 and 2014 and 2015 Awards Chairperson.

You may obtain a copy of Skip's Professional CV or biography by clicking here.

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