Alex Grecian is an American author of short fiction, novels, comic books, and graphic novels.He has written an original ‘Murder Squad’ e-book, THE BLUE GIRL, and an original graphic novel, SEVEN SONS, as well as a multitude of short stories, both comics and prose, for various anthologies.The IAFPI is an independent, autonomous association of polygraph schools and programs accredited by the APA.He has been nominated for the The Strand Award for Best Debut Novel for The Yard, the The Dilys Award for The Black Country, and the Barry Award for Best First Novel for The Yard. He was also the recipient of the Kansas Notable Book Award from the State Library of Kansas for The Yard, The Black Country, and The Devil’s Workshop.
His most notable works include long-running and critically acclaimed graphic novel series Proof, which NPR named one of the best books of 2009, and the novels in the Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad: THE YARD, THE BLACK COUNTRY, THE DEVIL’S WORKSHOP, and THE HARVEST MAN.
The fifth book in the series LOST AND GONE FOREVER was released May 2016. He is working on the sixth novel of Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad.
Studies of theory, history and psychophysiology are pursued through lecture and assigned reading.
Theory is quickly put into practice as students receive hands on instruction with a variety of polygraph instrumentation, from the older mechanical instruments, to the most modern electronic and computerized instrumentation available.
The IAFPI is the association of schools accredited by the American Polygraph Association (APA) to teach basic and advanced courses in Forensic Psychophysiology (polygraph). IAFPI schools are monitored ands inspected by the APA to ensure the training being offered in the art of truth verification meets the high standards of professionalism required by the APA.
Our schools are also recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP).