A polygraph examination which is intended to supplement and/or assist an investigation and for which the examiner has not been informed and does not reasonably believe that the results of the examination will be tendered for admission as evidence in a court proceeding. Types of investigative examinations can include applicant testing, counterintelligence screening, community safety examinations (e.g., post conviction sex offender testing, domestic violence testing, intoxicated drivers on probation, etc.), as well as routine specific issue and single issue or multiple-facet diagnostic testing.