Message from the President

 November 7, 2014

S.C.A.P.E. Members,

I want to thank you for a great year!  Many of the goals we set at the beginning of the year were accomplished, but there is plenty of work to be done…

First, I want to personally thank this year’s outgoing board members  M. Lark and Trevor Petoskey.  They were an integral part of the board and provided much needed advice and direction.  A job well done!  I also want to welcome the newest members of the board; Michael Woodcock and David Unger.  I look forward to working with them in future endeavors.

Also decided at the most recent meeting were the positions of President, Vice-President, and Secretary.  I am proud and humbled to announce that Brian Godfrey, Mike Crumley, and I were all re-elected to second terms.  We look forward to the opportunity to continue to serve the membership and our chosen profession.

You will see several emails coming from the Board in the next few weeks and months.  We will be providing the dates for our spring and fall meetings soon.  It is also our turn to host the Tri-State Seminar.  This will require a lot of planning, preparation, and assistance from everyone.  A central location for all three States is Greenville, but we are not excluding any other locations.  If anyone from the membership has any input on potential locations, speakers, or topics for our meetings or the Tri-State Seminar please let us know.  We are also continuing to research methods for developing and maintaining a searchable statewide polygraph data network and look to have something up and running in the near future.

Feedback is crucial for us to be able to provide the best training and services possible.  Please feel free to call or email with any advice or concerns that you have.  And as always, Trust Your Charts…

Nate Brooks


 Nate Brooks




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