Memos, Directives, and Policies

 
New Hampshire (Memo)
A memo prohibiting asking or requiring a victim of an alleged sexual offense to take a polygraph, signed by the Attorney General, was circulated to all law enforcement, prosecution and government officials.
 
 
New Jersey (Attorney General Law Enforcement Directive No. 2009-1)
Law enforcement agencies and officers in New Jersey are barred from asking or requiring victims of sexual offenses to undergo examination using a polygraph or other truth-telling device as a condition of case investigation. The victim’s refusal to submit to such an examination may not affect case investigation, charging, or prosecution.

 
Oklahoma (Uniform statewide policies through sheriff and police chiefs' associations and the District Attorney Council)
Law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and other government officials in Oklahoma are barred from asking or requiring victims of sexual offenses to undergo examination using a polygraph or other truth-telling device as a condition of case investigation. The victim’s refusal to submit to such an examination may not affect case investigation, charging, or prosecution.
 
 
Wyoming (Uniform statewide policies)
Law enforcement in Wyoming has language regulating polygraph use in their Policies and Procedures, but a bill on this topic did not survive in Congress.