No Oregon employer may require, as a condition for employment or continuation of employment, that any person or employee take a polygraph test or any other form of a lie detector test. It is an unlawful employment practice for any employer to subject, directly or indirectly, any employee or prospective employee to any polygraph examination or psychological stress test.
Exceptions. A polygraph examination may be administered to an
individual if the individual consents to the examination, during the course of
criminal or civil judicial proceedings in which the individual is a party or
witness, or during the course of a criminal investigation conducted by a law
enforcement agency, a district attorney or the Attorney General.