Lie Detector for Theft in London reveals the truth
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 initially agree but closer to the booking make excuses or in twenty five percent of our cases not turn up at all, we have also known stolen goods to be anonymously returned prior to any lie detector test for theft. So by letting all the suspects know there may not be the need to actually have any lie detector tests for theft run.
This week I was in London using the lie detector for theft on four suspects. The client called after a Rolex watch with a lot of sentimental value had been taken from his wife’s bedside cabinet, strangely enough diamond earrings also there were left. There was only four family members who had been in the house at the time of the watch going missing, against our advice he didn’t want to tell the suspects he had booked a lie detector for theft, his reasoning was he would rather tell them on the day to ensure all turned up. Questions were agreed with the client and we spoke to all the suspects and explained we were there to verify they are telling the truth and to clear them from any investigation/suspicion. Over a period of 6 hours I tested the four and as expected had one clear fail and three good passes, as I explained earlier I do love a theft case. I delivered the results verbally and in a full report to the client who that evening had agreed with all the family suspects to meet and go over the results. The conclusion was interesting, I was expecting a call from the client but instead had a very angry call from the suspect who failed the test shouting at me down the phone, we always stick by the results on the charts. The next day the client called to say the suspect who failed had admitted the theft and they were in the process of tracking the watch down, it turned out a Rolex watch without papers is not worth a great deal of money fortunately and the serial number is added to a database of stolen watches.
When we run lie detector for theft cases we discount the costs for each person we test, we have our own offices in Kent that have a large waiting room so are perfect for testing multiple people and can offer evening and weekend appointments. Get in touch today and discuss your case with a qualified and experienced examiner.