Polygraph Testing for Lie Detection – Used by Essex Police
Essex Criminals and Sex Offenders Continue Lie Detection Tests in 2020
“The polygraph examination itself is carried out in three stages, with an interview, followed by the polygraph test and a post-test discussion. We have seen some participants tell us about reoffending during the pre-test interview and others make admissions after undergoing the polygraph. We have had occasions where offenders have admitted further offences or breaches of preventative orders, which have triggered investigations that are ongoing.
We have also seen some admit that they may have potential contact with children, which has allowed us to directly intervene and keep people safe.”
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Lie Detector company (Jason Hubble) offers free test after suspended Wallasey Labour member challenges MP – The offer followed row over whether threats and homophobic comments were made at party meeting
Jason Hubble the owner of a leading lie detector company has offered to carry out tests to resolve a dispute within a Merseyside Labour party as reported in the Liverpool Echo Lie Detector Test article back in 2014.
Suspended Wallasey Labour member Paul Davies called for the tests after allegations of threats and homophobic remarks at a party meeting earlier in the summer.
The accusations have been strongly denied but are understood to be one of the factors which led to the suspension of Wallasey Constituency Labour Party (CLP) by national party bosses.
An investigation is now taking place but Mr Davies said he would submit to a lie detector test and called upon MP Angela Eagle or those who had made the allegations to also take one.
After the ECHO revealed Mr Davies’ challenge Jason Hubble, chief examiner of Lie Detectors UK offered to carry out the tests for free.
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Normally, the company would charge £399 for a UK lie detector test, but Mr Hubble said he “would love to polygraph a politician” and said “there has to be a sense of jeopardy for it to work”.
Mr Hubble says the tests provide 92% to 98% accuracy and the Ministry of Justice has been training probation officers to use polygraphs to ensure serious sex offenders adhere to their licence conditions.
The test works by measuring body functions such as blood pressure, pulse, and breathing while the person is asked questions.
Jason Hubble from Lie Detectors UK who has offered free polygraph tests after Wallasey MP Angela Eagle was challenged by a local party member Paul Davies
Jason Hubble said some people try to beat the test but they have different techniques for spotting this and compensating.
He admitted the offer to do the test is “good publicity for us” but insisted he would be able to help, and said he had tested more than 1,000 people in cases ranging from infidelity to theft and said: “Around 70 to 80% of people we test pass.”
He said: “I would love to polygraph a politician. I’m not involved with any political party, but we get so many promises from them, but I don’t think any of them would put themselves though it.”
Paul Davies, who is co-vice chair of the suspended CLP, has been the most outspoken critic of the Wallasey MP since the allegations were made, and even spoke at length at a public meeting organised by Wirral TUC and attended by hundreds of local party members, insisting the claims of threats and homophobic comments could not be true.
Mr Davies said he would be happy to take the test, and said: “I’m looking forward to it.”
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However, earlier this week a source close to Ms Eagle dismissed the idea of the MP taking a polygraph saying they are “are only extensively used in Britain on the Jeremy Kyle show” and adding: “In most European judicial systems, polygraph tests are not considered reliable evidence.”
The ECHO understands that Labour’s National Executive Committee is now taking evidence for their investigation into the allegations about Wallasey CLP and Mr Davies will be given an opportunity to give evidence to them.
Original article date: 14 AUG 2016 by LIAM MURPHY
Majority of Sex Offenders who Failed Polygraph Tests not recalled to Prison
Following a Freedom of Information application using a leading UK nationwide news site it has been revealed that very few sex offenders have been sent back to jail, after failing a lie detector test.
The object of the tests would be to determine whether they have breached the conditions of such discharge.
Of these 702 neglected the polygraph but just 54 of them were shipped back into prison.
Behaviour and actions on release
Lie detector test questions are ordered by polygraph examiners. They include questions related to the offender’s particular release conditions and if they’ve adhered to the principles. Other concerns are asked About their conduct whilst on licence that may be considered”hazard related”. Such behaviour may be masturbation whilst fantasising about the sort of sexual offence they are more prone to.
Those who are found to be lying are all assumed to be returned to prison. But a failed polygraph test is not sufficient under the government strategy to attain this. The offender should also acknowledge to breaking the conditions of the licence.
Just a confession may result in a recall to prison. But a failed test can lead to the offender being tracked more carefully, investigated further and postpone any future plans such as moving from hostel accommodation.
Some 50 polygraph tests are compulsorily taken per month by serial sex offenders.
John Warboys, referred to as the black cab rapist, would have been subject to polygraph tests had the decision of the Parole Board been upheld to discharge him. Recently, in a privately funded London High Court action two of the victims succeeded in overturning the Parole Board’s recommendation.
The conditions imposed on released sex offenders are based on the type of crime they’ve committed. They may contain any or all the following:
Curfews: Whereby that they are not permitted to be from the houses between certain set hours.
Exclusion zones: Places, streets, buildings in which they’re prohibited from going.
Non-contact orders: Restrictions on contacting designated people.
Internet access: This may range from being prohibited from accessing particular websites or utilising the internet in any respect.
Sex offender programmes: An obligation to attend sex offender programmes when required.
Serial sex offenders may also be prescribed medication to suppress their sex drive (libido).
Ranked feel in risk
Victims quite understandably will be terrified that sexual predators that have failed the exam are still on license. Survivors obviously feel incredibly insecure understanding that their believers are out of prison.
Of these, who’ve been returned many were paedophiles or other child sex offence related offenders.Read More
We received a query this week from a lady in a relationship with a married man. Our polygraph examiner responded to it below.
Q: Can your Birmingham lie detector test find if my lover is telling me the truth?
Please don’t judge me but I am having an affair with a married man and have been for over five years now. I met him at work, and he told me that he and his wife lead different lives only staying together for the sake of the children.
As the children have left home now I recently asked him if we could spend Christmas together, he refused saying the kids were coming back for Christmas Day which I understand. I had hoped maybe he would spend a few days with me over the Christmas period. I am starting to feel he has been stringing me along all these years telling me he would leave his wife when the time was right.
I am starting to feel he is hiding something from me and has no intention of ever leaving his wife but I do know that he loves me, my friends have suggested I ask him to take a lie detector test so we can find out more about his intentions towards me and our relationship, I cant carry on for much longer like this.
Response from Jason Hubble APA, BPA, UKPA, NPA Birmingham Polygraph Examiner
As a professional qualified APA polygraph examiner and the Secretary of the UK Polygraph Association we never judge people or situations, over the years we have helped people in many situations find clarity and closure in one way or another, we would never judge you.
Would a lie detector test help you in this situation, I’m afraid the straight answer is no its wouldn’t as we can’t test on emotion or intent. What’s love? No one really knows, and for intent this can change on a daily basis when someone changes their mind. When we run a lie detector test in Birmingham or anywhere else in the country we stick to testing on facts for accuracy. I would suggest you look at this a different way and ask him to take a lie detector test in Birmingham on the relationship he has with his wife, for instance when did they last have sexual intercourse, are they still having a sexual relationship as he states they are leading separate lives. These answers may help you move on in one way or another.
I would suspect that he would never agree to taking a lie detector test in Birmingham and you may get the answers without needing us or better yet a confession which often happens when a test is booked. Anyone in a similar situation please call us on 0207 859 4960 and discuss your case with a qualified examiner, we are not an agency, you talk directly with the examiner. Our prices per test start at £399 all inc at our own offices, we cover the UK and can run a test in the comfort of your home or even hire an office in a town close to you. Or you can book a test online here.Read More
How to prepare for a lie detector test
Maintaining a polygraph examination often proves to be pretty stressful. This happens because of this fact that in certain cases the test may look like an interrogation. Many are fearful of the results of the evaluation and fear they will be accused of something they aren’t. One of the way in which wise means of beating stress would be prepare suitably, then it is possible to approach the test with a satisfaction.
A highly common mistake created by people who are just about to wait a polygraph exam, is to ask other folks about lie detection exams that they have already taken. Our experience shows us this does not need any sense and surely won’t help you with handling your own stress. Assessing the evaluation out of announcements of other individuals will give you a bad idea and will force you to pay attention to the parts that’ll lead to stress. Alternatively, simply prepare information regarding your field of interest and wait for your test ahead of time.
The questions asked during the exam are also not quite worth some time for researching. In most situations the examiner will reveal to you the questions he would like to ask. But even if he doesn’t, it is not worth searching for them. After looking, you are going to reduce vital energy and at the end of the afternoon won’t receive whatever else however worry. Simply unwind before the questioning and listen attentively to each question and answer in a serene manner.
Usually a test goes for approximately two to three hours however this isn’t just a given. In a few circumstances the timing of the exam may enlarge and the exam usually takes much longer than anticipated. That is usually linked to the complexity of the situation or the variety of people which need to take part. It’s quite essential apparel comfortably and relax. Also make sure you not arrive late for an examination, it is perhaps not just well received for you to arrive in time, but may even provide you with the possibility of relaxing before the coughing starts.
But the absolutely most important things to accomplish is to have a great night sleep before the test. Starting with a fresh mind will provide you the capacity to offer responses in a rapid and accurate manner. Additionally if approaching the exam rested, then it will soon be easier for you to settle down before the exam and be sure you approach the examination in a appropriate and comfy setting.
The test itself is not a difficult one and should not cause you some difficulties. Because of its interrogation-like appearance we understand that it can be a trying experience and that’s the reason why we make certain anyone who chooses the exam is taken good care of. Each examiner is professionally trained to run such evaluations and is likely to make sure that you do not feel overwhelmed. All you have to do is have a few fantastic rest ahead of the examination and approach the examination with a constructive attitude and open mind. & above all : do not worry about the outcomes of the test. If you’re innocent, then you will not be accused of whatever you aren’t guilty of — it is the job to keep you protected against such conditions.
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Big Lies about Products and Services We Buy
Advertising plays a vital role in selling services and products. Billions of pounds are spent every year forcing us to purchase or utilize them. But some big lies about services and products that we buy have been unashamedly told for years.
Here are some you may recognise which have fallen foul of their consumer protection bodies in terms of their claims.
In 2014 the US Consumer Protection Counsel complained to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about Snapchat. This arose due to a claim the multimedia messaging program made seeing photos and videos that consumers shared between them. Users believed that it was impossible for their photos to be saved (it was easy to save them). In addition, Snapchat was enticed by the FTC of lying on its personal data mining action. More big lies.
Snapchat settled its issues with the FTC saying that less attention was paid to certain details of the app as it was being developed. The misleading claims have now been addressed.
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When an image of Twiggy appeared on the new Definity eye cream in 2009, the former model’s skin seemed flawless. It had been devoid of wrinkles, not a hint of crow’s feet or grin lines. She most certainly didn’t have the appearance of an average 52 year-old woman. This was because people might look at utilizing the lotion would attain the exact same flawless look.
Olay confessed to improving the photograph and immediately replaced it with a more credible one. They also promised to examine their procedures to avoid repeating the mistake. Yet more big lies.
In the last several decades Kellogg’s has attracted the attention of the FTC for slogans suggesting a number of the breakfast cereal products have health benefits. They’ve been warned to not make such claims without technological back up.
A scandal erupted this season when Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook said mistakes were made from how Facebook shares data with third party applications. This confession just came about after a whistle-blower revealed that Cambridge Analytica had utilised the information of 50 million users when working on the Trump election campaign.
More lies about services and products
If you find any lies about products and services let us know. How many marketing executives do you believe need to take lie detector tests?Read More
3 Reasons people take a lie detector test
There can be many reasons people contact us to discuss making a booking however for this article I have selected the main three that we see daily.
- Proof of Innocence
This is the number one test that we as a company run, often when clients have no other way to prove to a significant person in their life, either a partner or a family member that they are telling the truth they take a lie detector test. They often book the test themselves and find this a powerful way to put trust back into a relationship especially when things have broken down. Whilst we don’t actually do many couples tests the theory behind an accusing partner can often be down to ‘transference of guilt’ this is when a partner has cheated and finds it easier to push the blame and guilt to another, its an easier way for them to deal with the guilt of their infidelity. The majority of ‘proof of innocence’ lie detector tests yield positive results and feedback from clients has been really good.
2. Accusation / Theft
When you have been accused of doing something you haven’t done, a popular test we run here is ‘theft’. I personally like a theft case as its very black and white, you have either taken what you have been accused of or you haven’t. Alot of people taking this type of test are a mixture of angry and nervous however this does not affect a lie detector test, if it did everyone would fail ! We also deal with alot of different accusations, some are not very nice cases that families need closure on.
If you suspect your partner may have cheated on you then ask them to take a lie detector test, its possible you may get your answer without needing us. A common guilty reply is if I am taking a test then so are you. Or a flat no will give you your answer, however for many people a lie detector test will give them the closure they need and allow them to move on in a relationship one way or another.
Lie Detectors UK have been in business over 6 years and employ full qualified and experienced APA Examiners. We cover the complete UK and are one of the very few companies to have our own offices close to London, our prices are fixed. We also won the award of Best Polygraph Testing Company in 2019. Contact us here.
Campaigners Demand Sex Offenders take Lie Detector Tests in Scotland
Back in England and Wales serious sex offenders, including paedophiles, that are released on licence are legally obliged to carry bi annual lie detector checks on petition. Should they deny, they are re- incarcerated. Now campaigners are calling for sex criminals to take lie sensors in Scotland where the legislation is not the same.
This follows the achievement of polygraph tests in England. Over 160 sex offenders are returned to prison to serve out the rest of their sentences because lie detector checks were released in 2014.
THE number of sex offenders convicted of crimes such as rape and murder has more than doubled over the past year. New figures show that 112 Registered Sex Offenders (RSOs) committed either Group 1 or 2 crimes – the most serious categories – in 2018/19.
Mark Cummings instance
The case of Mark Cummings perfectly highlights why campaigners need the tests to be implemented. Margaret Ann Cummings, Mark’s mother had no concept a convicted sex offender lived near by. She discovered that this just after her son was sexually molested and strangled to death. Leggate is presently serving a minimum 20 year sentence in prison.
Read more on the case here https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/mother-8-year-old-mark-6949671
Rapists, paedophiles and other sex offenders are currently able to deny lie detector tests in Scotland. On the other hand, the Scottish police would like them to become compulsory.
Margaret Ann Cummings believes that polygraph tests are valuable and needs to be placed at the disposal of officials, who she believes are readily deceived by sex offenders. Referring to evaluations in England that make”positive results” she wants the law from Scotland to catch up with that of England.
Scottish Authorities awaits data
Whilst the Scottish authorities has an interest in such technologies a spokesperson said that evaluations will be considered if data is available as to how successful the evaluations have been. There are just a few police forces in England who use them but the amount is increasing.
Of the 4089 registered sex offenders living in Scotland, nearly 300 are thought to be’high risk’.
Lie detector tests in Scotland
We can only speculate whether or not Stuart Leggate would happen to be roaming the roads had compulsory lie detector tests in Scotland been introduced in 1999 when he was first released from prison.
Often when told that they must have a lie detector exam, gender offenders acknowledge their crimes. In our opinion anything which prevents them in re-offending has to be a good thing.
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3 Reasons people Lie
You might imagine that the only reasons people lie are because they have something to hide or have committed a crime. Nothing could be farther from the truth. There are so many reasons that motivate people to lie a fairly large book can be written about them.
By understanding why some people are dishonest it’s a lot easier to spot the fibs. Here are 3 fairly common motivations:
- A dull life
A typical example of the dull life scenario is that of an expat living abroad for the first time. You would be astounded by how many brain surgeons and flying doctors you are able to meet at a Spanish or French pub. Where no one knows them they could reinvent their lives to be whatever they want to be. A person who had the most mundane of occupations in Britain can enchant an audience with tales of what their lifestyle never was. They might say have rescued people from the brink of death. You are able to ensure that whatever they have done, will always be infinitely superior to anything you’ve done.
Quite often they will choose an occupation that nobody in the group has any knowledge of, for example Nuclear Scientist. If they happen to meet someone who coincidentally had that occupation, the liar will either leave or alter the subject rapidly.
So strong is the driveway to become something that they are not, they may invest in Bluffer’s Guides. These small books give only enough info to make you seem as if you understand what you’re talking about, unless a real expert is in the area. When you believe that over 5 million of these guides have sold worldwide, it’s a good indication of the number of liars there really are in the field of life reinvention!
Should you meet somebody like this a fantastic birthday or Christmas gift would be a lie detector test. The outcomes could be shared in a surprise party!
A lot of men and women would continue to keep the peace in any way costs. Your friends should tell you the truth however hard it may be to hear. The great ones will however some won’t. The latter are usually flattering once you know the dress you bought really doesn’t suit you or you made a mistake with a hair style or color.
Liars will agree with you as opposed to have any kind of battle. Though white lies may have their place occasionally it is essential to be honest, no matter how hurtful it might be. Liars aren’t people you need in your lifetime.
- Attention seekers
There are two types of attention seeker. People who feel they’re not getting enough of the limelight and people who want to defraud you.
Little children have been known to throw tantrums to get attention but typically grow from it when they’re older. As adults, attention seekers produce all sorts of approaches to be noticed.
Social networking provides the perfect platform for all these folks. Others might have suffered fake bereavements. It’s fairly astonishing how low an attention seeker will proceed to get noticed. Frequently they want your sympathy but sometimes your cash also. Countless people are scammed when sent pictures of”perishing” relatives propped up in hospital beds.
Unless you know a individual very well, posts asserting any of the above should be treated with extreme distress. A fantastic suggestion for could be fraudsters is to ask them to take a private lie detector test — you will not ever hear from them again!
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Essex Lie Detector Test
When our client’s son’s behavior and attitude changed over time, she decided to book our Essex lie detector test service to find out and establish why.
Abby’s 19 yr old son, James, had always been a well-adjusted teenager until his parents divorced and father left the home. During the six months following his father’s departure Abby noticed significant changes in her son that became a concern. He stopped going to college and started staying out late and hanging round with a different group of friends. James had become very withdrawn and extremely secretive in where he had been or what he was doing taking questions from Abby as an inconvenience.
One night as she sat up waiting for James to come home, she decided to look through James bedroom for clues as why his behavior had changed so drastically, was it the divorce or was it something else. In the back of her mind, she knew James was close to his dad and really missed him. In lots of ways she felt so guilty searching through his belonging’s but was alarmed when she found a small bag hidden in a drawer that contained a small amount of white powder.
Rather than conform James with this Abby waited until the morning and spoke to him, he denied the drugs were his and refused to answer any more questions which really worried Abby. Was he telling the truth or had her son been using drugs?
Essex lie detector test and results
Abby consulted with James father and they decided to book a polygraph test in Essex to get the truth from James, as he was reliant upon their financial support, he was unable to refuse. In the pre-test James broke down with the examiner and admitted he had been using Cocaine for the last six months but he had recently stopped. Questions for the test were set accordingly and we were able to offer not only a confession to Abby but proof certain aspects of James drug abuse were true. He is now having counselling and his relationship with his mother has improved and he is back at college.
If you are concerned with changes in behavior by someone close to you, consider a lie detector test to get to the truth. A polygraph examination is a quick way to resolve and dispel any doubt whatever the problem might be. Call us for more information on 0207 859 4960 or email us on email@example.com for a chat in confidence to see if we can help.Read More