Dr. Hibler was a Special Agent of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) for 24 years and the OSI Command Clinical Psychologist for 17 years. Dr. Hibler recognized the need for standardized nationwide services. Achievements include:
The first police psychologist in the Federal Government.
Established the first pre-employment and special duty screening programs in federal law enforcement.
Developed and implemented human reliability programs for undercover operations and child exploitation investigations and other high risk duties.
Designed and directed the United States Intelligence Community's espionage research program.
Practiced exclusively in psychological consultation to law enforcement, public safety and security professionals for over 30 years.
Conducted over 50,000 pre-employment screenings, 5,000 special duty and 2,000 fitness for duty evaluations without challenge in a court of law.
Special Psychological Services Group
Was founded in 1995 for the purpose of providing consultation to law enforcement and public safety agencies within the federal government.
We take pride in:
Employing state-of-the art assessment practices.
Assuring a standard of care which guarantees that those examined will have the same findings and recommendations no matter where they are examined.
Being experts in American with Disabilities Act (ADA), requirements of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and the Adjudicative Guidelines for Determining Eligibility for Access to Classified Information.
Providing services wherever required using our national network of psychologists.
Our procedures and exceed all guidance available from the American Psychological Association and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Each evaluation is reviewed for quality assurance by a second, qualified police psychologist. All psychologists working with our firm comply with professional requirements for supervision and oversight of their work, as required by the State in which they are licensed and the Ethical Standards and Code of Conduct of the American Psychological Association. Our purpose is to enhance the quality of the department, and to do so without incurring liability by involving malpractice.