Eric J. Holden, M.A., L.P.C.

Mr. Holden is President of Behavioral Measures & Forensic Services Southwest in Texas and Behavioral Measures Midwest in Wisconsin. He is an Officer & Partner in Behavioural Measures U.K. in England and The Behavioural Measures U.K. Polygraph Training Centre.

Bill Parker

Mr. Parker is a principal in Behavioral Measures & Forensic Services Southwest, Inc. He has been a licensed polygraph examiner in the State of Texas since 1980. Mr. Parker conducts polygraph examinations for governmental and law enforcement agencies, as well as commercial clients.

Bill Scheve

For the past ten years, Mr. Scheve, with Dr. Thornton and Lloyd Sinclair, have researched and developed innovative methods for applying polygraph testing procedures to assist clinicians in evaluating SVPs thoughts, fantasies and behaviors in the institutional setting and in the outside world after their release.

Jay Holden

Eric “Jay” Holden has been a member of Behavioral Measures & Forensic Services Southwest, Inc., since 2004. Since that time he has served the Behavioral Measures Companies in various positions including Training Coordinator for the Behavioral Measures Institute.

Michael Holden

Michael Holden has been a member of Behavioral Measures & Forensic Services Southwest, Inc., since 1997, when he became a licensed polygraph examiner in the State of Texas. He has conducted polygraph programs for local and county government agencies; conducted examinations for criminal and prosecuting attorneys, and business entities.

Tony J. Scozzafava

Mr. Scozzafava graduated from the Verdicus International Polygraph Academy in Cibolo, Texas, in 2013, and received his PCSOT certification in 2014. Prior to becoming a polygraph examiner, he worked as a recruiter. In this capacity he received extensive training in investigations of credit, criminal background (state and federal), and security clearance.

Gregory T. Miller

Mr. Miller attended Veridicus International Polygraph Academy in 2012 and became a licensed polygraph examiner in 2013 after his internship with Behavioral Measures. From 2013 until he returned to the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office in January of 2015, Mr. Miller conducted polygraph examinations for a variety of clients – District Attorney Offices, criminal defense lawyers, police departments, fire departments, criminal courts, adult and juvenile sex offenders who are on probation, adult non-sexual offenders on probation and EPPA matters.