Northern Virginia Pre-Employment & Polygraph Services

Examiners

Darryl DeBow

Darryl L. DeBow, CCE, CFLE

Owner

As the Owner and Director of the Virginia School of Polygraph, Mr. Darryl DeBow has accumulated valuable experience and knowledge as a Deputy Sheriff with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, where he retired as a Sergeant in 1995. Mr. DeBow continued working in law enforcement between 1996 until 2008 with Arlington County Sheriff's Office and left at the rank of Lieutenant. In 2011 Mr. DeBow was made an honorary Deputy Sheriff for the Laurens County Sheriff's Office in GA after training their first examiner who returned to start their first ever polygraph program for that agency. Mr. DeBow has received his bachelors for Criminal Justice.

Mr. DeBow is a graduate of the Virginia School of Polygraph while owned by the founder and former Director of the school, Mr. Billy Franklin. Mr. DeBow is also a graduate of the prestigious FBI Advanced Polygraph Training Program. Mr. DeBow has served as a Board Member of Department of Professional Occupational Regulation, which is the polygraph licensing agency for the State of Virginia. During his career he was received numerous honors, such as receiving the highest award given by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors: the Loudoun County Merit Award, for his work as a Criminal Investigator, valor awards for Bravery in the Line of Duty, Lifesaving and Unit Valor Award for his actions as a member of the Loudoun County Special Emergency Response Team. Mr. DeBow was also honored by the Washington Federal Bar Association for his overall professionalism and dedication as a Law Enforcement Officer, which was presented by former United States Attorney General Janet Reno.

Mr. DeBow has lectured on the general field of polygraph as well as the use of polygraph in Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing, which he specializes in today and is a primary instructor for examiners going into this specialization area of polygraph. Mr. DeBow has been an instructor and guest lecturer for a variety of organizations to include: The Virginia Public Defender's Annual Conference, The Federal Probation and Parole Annual Conference, Marymount University's Forensic Psychology Master’s Program, where he was an adjunct professor, various courses for Northern Virginia Community College's Administration of Justice Program as well as various other organizations. Mr. DeBow is a Certified Clinical Examiner in Post-Conviction Sex Offender Testing and a Certified Forensic Law Enforcement Polygraph Examiner. Mr. DeBow is certified by the American Polygraph Association as the Primary Instructor for the Virginia School of Polygraph and has instructed in every basic and advanced course offered by the Virginia School of Polygraph since he purchased the school in 2003 where he has trained law enforcement examiners from across the United States and abroad as well as private examiners going into the field of polygraph.

Guy Morgan

Guy Morgan has been a polygraphist since 1985, graduated from the Keeler Polygraph Institute. He obtained his Bachelor of Science from George Mason University in Criminal Justice and retired as a Master Police Officer from the Fairfax County Police Department which included assignments in Major Crimes and Personnel. Mr. Morgan was also employed as a sworn polygraph examiner in Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, and an investigator for the Loudoun County Commonwealths Attorney Office, as well as a Professional Standards Investigator for the Fairfax County's Fire & Rescue. Mr. Morgan instructed overseas in Bosnia in 2002 and Iraq in 2004. He's been associated with the Northern Virginia Pre-Employment as a polygraphist since 1999 and an instructor at the Virginia School of Polygraph.

Naomi Fairbrother

Naomi Fairbrother is a highly skilled and practiced polygraph examiner. She is a former US Army veteran with a background in many fields. Naomi graduated from the Virginia School of Polygraph and is Board Certified by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation. She has extensive experience in polygraph and conducts examinations for attorneys, Division of Social Services as well as private individuals. Naomi is an accomplished and certified mental health crisis specialist and psychiatric screener and can perform in-depth assessments and effective interventions. She is also a certified disaster mental health counselor of the emergency management staff of Monmouth County. This enabled her to implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems and Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans. This job has conditioned her to work with a diverse people from all walks of life.

In the army, she has received numerous awards including the Army Achievement Medal and the Army Commendation Medal which is bestowed among a member that distinguishes himself or herself by heroism, meritorious achievement or service. Naomi orchestrated the creation of a suicide task force in response to a rash of teenage suicides in a community as well as provided crisis intervention, counseling, and support to the families. She held a key role in the development and implementation of a multidisciplinary traumatic loss coalition following 9/11 to address multiple losses in the community involving adolescents. She has both her associates and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.