Are pre-employment law enforcement polygraph tests ONLY post-18 years of age?

I was looking on here for information about the types of questions they ask on pre-employment polygraph tests and someone said that anything you did before you turned 18 does not count. Is that true? Do all questions only refer to the period after you turned 18?

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    4 Responses to “Are pre-employment law enforcement polygraph tests ONLY post-18 years of age?”

    1. FRAGINAL-NOYPI Says:

      The offenses committed by minors are recorded but not considered as crimes due to young age.

    2. THUB Says:

      Not true at all! I had my pre-employment polygraph barely 2 months ago and I can tell you for sure, they want to know about EVERYTHING, no matter what age it happened at.

    3. Rick95051 Says:

      The agency you are going to work for can ask you any question they want regarding your past. If it was before the age of 18, then it wouldn’t be on the records. However, you can’t forget that you did something, no matter when it was, right? It may not be on your record, but it will still be in your mind.

    4. TxTopCop Says:

      Not true at all.
      A polygraph examiner will inquire as to your ENTIRE life, not just since you were 18.