To help choose a qualified examiner for a Lie Detector Test, ask them these questions:
(and don’t take NO for an answer!)
- Is the examiner a member of the American Polygraph Association ? This shows they are qualified, check on http://www.polygraph.org/find-a-member#/ UK examiners are either British or American
- How much experience do they have and how many years have they been a polygraph examiner ?
- Do they offer fixed prices? Anymore than £450 or less than £399 then there is something wrong.
- Do they have their own offices you can attend?
- Do they include a written report of the results?
- Can they accommodate my schedule & location, evenings and weekends if necessary?
- Can you explain the cost differences I have seen?
- Are the tests quality controlled by another examiner as standard?
- Do you speak to the examiner prior the meeting, make sure its not an agency you have called who farm the work out?
- Do they have a female examiner if I want?
- Can they provide all qualification certificates?
We are professionally trained and fully qualified lie detector test examiners both male and female, all have Graduated from a American Polygraph Association School and attend regular training update sessions. Using all the very latest validated techniques and the most up to date equipment. Lie Detectors test UK are a members of the prestigious American Polygraph Association (APA), and the well respected National Polygraph Association (NPA), and the British and European Polygraph Association (BEPA).
Do you have a feeling you are being lied to, need to prove your innocent, need a test to move on in your relationship. We provide a range of lie detector services tailored to the situation and work with you ensuring full confidentiality. Chief examiner Jason Hubble has worked some very prolific cases and been featured in many UK newspapers, he is widely recognised worldwide as a rising star in the field of polygraph, our other examiners including a female examiner, have been chosen carefully for their expertise. A world class small team of examiners, don’t settle for second best, insist on the best for your Lie Detector Test, choose Lie Detectors UK….Click here for our prices
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Jason Hubble is a fully qualified Polygraph Examiner and the owner of Lie Detectors-UK and Infidelity.guru. which consist of 4 qualified APA examiners. He qualified in America at APS Fort Myers under the supervision of his mentor Ben Blalock, Bens Bio .Jason Hubble is a member of American Polygraph Association and the National Polygraph Association and the British and European Association.
He is considered by his peers to be a rising star in the field of Lie Detection having performed hundreds of tests both in the UK and Worldwide. His experience in the field of Polygraph and research into better practices within the industry make him the go to man for anyone looking to hire an examiner.
Jason Hubble has appeared on many Television shows both in the UK and abroad, the most recent being Liar Liar with Pulse Productions in the UK. He has featured in many newspapers, the most recent being when he tested Martin O’Halleran. Then working with Alfie Deyes and Zoella, the UKs no1 You Tube stars in making a video that has been viewed over seven million times. Recently we also worked with Jamie Stangroom in making a Star Wars documentary and were fortunate to polygraph two of the original Star Troopers who appeared in the original Star wars film. As you can appreciate most of what we do is totally confidential so we are unable to name alot of the famous people we have worked with.
Jason Hubble is a twenty-year veteran in the field of forensic IT, having worked for many City law firms throughout his career. This experience has really helped with the field of polygraph allowing him to use this in his polygraph testing.
A polygraph test can be a life changing event and choosing a polygraph examiner is a big decision; therefore, you need to ensure the examiner is properly qualified and experienced to conduct a test. Here are some guidelines to consider before making your decision: Ensure the examiner completed their training with an American Polygraph Association accredited school and that they are a current member of the APA. It is a requirement of the APA that practising examiners undertake regular on-going education. Check that the examiner has met the APA minimum requirements regarding continuing education. Jason Hubble attended an Advanced Examiners course in October 2015 at APS Polygraph School, Fort Myers.
Furthermore, it is beneficial to look for a polygraph examiner who has professional affiliations and memberships with recognised associations that set professional standards for its members, such as the British and European Polygraph Association– These associations will publish a list of current members on their websites. Check the examiner is using the latest computerised equipment, Jason Hubble uses a Stoelting CPS Pro Polygraph, the latest model available today. Ensure the examiner works within an established business such as Lie Detectors UK, a registered UK company. Ask the examiner how long the process will take. A properly conducted polygraph examination will not take less time than dictated by APA standards. You are paying good money for a test that will be conducted following and observing all the American Polygraph Association standards and guidelines.
Jason Hubble holds the vision and firm belief that polygraph can solve many of our National and private problems and is one of polygraphs greatest advocates. In the UK, we now have trained Police Examiners, this was initially part of a trial that is being rolled out UK wide.
Jason is fortunate to work with the best in the business, and that is what we have here at Lie Detectors UK. When you book a test, as an individual, business or Government you are assured that Jason Hubble who undertakes it, is the very best and at the pinnacle of his career.
Additionally, Jason is supported by Norma Phoenix and Antony Keeves and Dr Keith Ashcroft, all are fully qualified APA Examiners. Meet the team Norma brings with her considerable skills from a relationship counselling background which for some cases including sensitive ones makes her a real asset to the Lie Detectors UK team, additionally there are some cases which are better dealt with by a female examiner. Antony Keeves comes with a very strong investigative background, his interrogation skills are something you just can’t learn, he graduated top of his class for a reason and brings new ideas and techniques to Lie Detectors UK. Together we make a very strong team who cover the complete UK and are one of the few companies who can offer multiple examiners to test multiple people on the same day, for instance a theft case with many potential suspects. This also allows us to often fit in customers at short notice at our own offices, we do offer appointments evenings and weekends as we appreciate most people work so this avoids you having to take time off from work.
There is a saying ‘Three things cannot be long hidden, The Sun, The Moon and The Truth’ im sure you will agree this is very true. There is a very easy way to pass a polygraph test and that is to tell the truth, nerves and anxiety have absolutely nothing to do with the result else everyone would fail a polygraph test. We do free telephone consultations to ensure taking a polygraph test is right for you and the situation, in this the examiner will often say if you have something to hide then dont take a polygraph test. We only run single issue tests for accuracy allowing us to deliver the most accurate test available today to our clients, in fact the same techniques that a UK Police Examiner would use.
Get in touch with us today by calling us, emailing us, texting or even using whatsapp. Rest assured you will talk to a fully qualified experienced examiner who can answer your questions and who also will run you through the procedure and what happens in the polygraph test. When we take a booking we take a deposit of £150 to secure this, the remainder is payable on the day, we do carry card machines and can also offer payment schemes as appreciate it can be alot of money to find in one go. Take a look at our prices here Lie Detectors UK Prices
“The greatest advantage of speaking the truth is you don’t have to remember what you said”
“Truth is boring. Truth is tiresome. Truth is an irrelevance. People would far rather be handed an easy lie than search for a difficult truth, especially if it suits their own purposes”
What Exactly does the Lie Detector Test / Polygraph Measure
The lie detector / polygraph instrument records data from sensors that monitor autonomic and physical activity, including respiration, cardiovascular, electrodermal, and somatic activity, in response to test stimulus questions. Although lies per se cannot be measured in the same way as a physical substance, several measurable physiological responses have been shown to be statistically correlated with differences in the strength of response to different test stimuli as a function of the criterion state of deception and truth-telling.
Numerical scores are assigned either to these responses though objective linear metrics, through non-parametric methods such rank ordering, or through a procedural rubric. Numerical scores are combined together in structural models that have been shown to optimize the discrimination and classification of deceptive and truthful persons with accuracy that exceeds the capabilities of any single measurement or response symptom. Recorded physiological data can then be partitioned according to either the individual question source or the type of test stimuli, and the level of statistical significance can be calculated using either normative or ipsative methods.
A categorical result, indicating either deception or truth telling, is supported when the confidence level or probability of error associated with the test result is equal to or exceeds a required level of precision or maximum tolerance for error. This can also be accomplished by comparing a numerical test score to a required cutscore. For convenience, the polygraph test is often referred to simplistically as a lie-detector test.