TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VII: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER b: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
PART 1230 DETECTION OF DECEPTION EXAMINERS ACT
SECTION 1230.20 DEFINITIONS
Section 1230.20 Definitions
As used in this Part, unless the context requires otherwise:
a) "Examination" means a detection of deception examination, which generally consists of a pre-test interview, question formulation, two or more tests, and, if appropriate, an interrogation.
b) "Subject" means the person who undergoes an examination.
c) "Client" means the person who engages the services of an examiner for the purpose of administering an examination to a subject.
d) "Specific issue mock examination" means an examination in which the situation is fictitious and designed to simulate a real life criminal act.
e) "Real life examination" means an examination that uses an actual crime that has been committed.
f) "Trainee" means a person registered for the training required by Section 11(D) of the Act.
g) "Trainer" means a person approved under Section 1230.40(a) to teach the areas in the training required by Section 1230.30(a).
h) "Specialized Instructor" means a person approved under Section 1230.40(b) to teach one of the areas in the training required by Section 1230.30(b).
i) "Test" is that period of time during which a subject's physiological responses are being measured as he or she is answering test questions.
(Source: Amended at 29 Ill. Reg. 16416, effective October 13, 2005)