Lie Detector for Theft
It has to be said as a Polygraph Examiner I do love a theft case, they are very black and white, you either stole the goods or not, were involved in the theft or not. I always advise any potential clients who are looking to book a lie detector for theft to let everyone who you would be looking to test know. The thinking here is most people including the thief will always...Read More
So maybe you have considered a job as a Polygraph Examiner and wondered how can I get qualified and if the job is for me.
The only route is to train in America on a 10-12 week course at a American Polygraph Association recognised school and pass all of the exams which are usually weekly. Its a very tough course and intensive and has a high failure rate due to the workload and...Read More
Inconclusive Lie Detector Test Results – What does it really mean?
So you have taken a Lie Detector Test and the results came back as Inconclusive, what does this result really mean and how often do we actually see it. Give me a pound for every time a client says ‘I bet my results are inconclusive, it’s just my luck’ I would be a rich man when working with clients!
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Lie Detector Results
When you’re taking a Lie Detector have you considered what the results may be and how they are delivered to each client?
The results can be one of three and depending on the type of test they are reported differently however the consumer is looking for either a Pass or a Fail when the Lie Detector results are given. The third result is not one we see very often, when using...Read More
Polygraph Tests And The Law
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth: Polygraph tests and the law by Regan Peggs of Regan Peggs Solicitors
Are lie detector tests admissible in court
A question that often arises from clients is whether polygraph tests, commonly called ‘lie detector’ tests, can be used as admissible evidence in court or during other legal proceedings. So what exactly...Read More
Lie Detector Test Machine
The Lie Detector Test Machine we use is commonly called a Polygraph, which stands for many writings, in the United Kingdom we know the Lie Detector Test Machine as a Lie Detector. The Lie Detector Machine was invented in the 1920s by John Larson and was an analog device, it continued to be improved and the computerized Lie Detector Machine were introduced in the...Read More