A. Urbanski, M.F.S.
Rosemarie A. Urbanski, M.F.S., has been a forensic polygraph examiner for twenty years. In addition to graduating from a 300 hour polygraph program accredited by the American Polygraph Association, she is a graduate of Ottawa University where she received her undergraduate degree in psychology. She received her master’s degree in forensic science from National University, San Diego, California. In the past twenty years, she has administered over five thousand polygraph examinations for offenses that include homicide, rape child molestation, robbery, burglary, embezzlement and theft. Rose is also one of the founding partners of a polygraph school, fully accredited by the state Board of Education, and the American Polygraph Association.
Rose’s experience includes a two year internship evaluating individuals who have been diagnosed with antisocial personalities and conduct disorders, utilizing Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG), and Brain Stem/Auditory Evoked Potentials. She has attended neuropsychological workshops at Harvard University, Neuro-physiological Institute, and the Chicago Behavioral Institute. She has also attended advanced workshops in interviewing and interrogations techniques.
As a forensic scientist, she has been qualified as an expert witness in state and federal district courts. She has provided polygraph examinations for city and state governments, as well as agencies of the federal government. In addition, she has been appointed by superior court judges and magistrates to act as an “expert” on behalf of the court.
Rose holds active membership in the following organizations:
The Drake Group Corporation has three full time polygraph examiners. The senior staff examiner has over twenty five years of experience and is a former Counterintelligence Special Agent, Department of Defense, and a former member of the Chicago Police Department, Special Operations Group. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, masters of science degree in emotional disturbance and a doctorate in criminology.