Lie Detector and Polygraph Tests

Lie Detector and Polygraph Tests Northern Ireland

Lie detector and Polygraph tests

Is Your Spouse or Significant Other Cheating? Are there questions in your relationship that remain unanswered?

When the trust is lost or in question in a relationship, it could take years to recover, if ever. In most cases, the evidence of INFIDELITY is not definitive.

The only way to find out the truth is through a polygraph/lie detector test. Polygraph tests have been used extensively in relationship issues. This is one area of testing where experience makes a big difference. The wording of test questions is critical to achieve a successful exam; different people interpret words differently. This format is used to determine whether one partner has been intimately/sexually involved with someone other than his or her partner. Included in this format may be questions about dating, kissing, and physical contact with others.

It is also vital that your examiner is highly qualified and here is where we can give you the ultimate peace of mind. Our examiners are members of the British Polygraph Association BPA and have graduated from polygraph schools accredited of American Polygraph Association.

Personal History

This specific format is appropriate when a partner needs to verify aspects of his/her partner's background, such as sexual history, drug or alcohol habits, gambling, health issues (particularly STD's), and excessive financial obligations.

Internet Activities

Not all "cheating" requires physical contact. Polygraph can be used to determine the extent of "sexual" activities conducted over the internet, such as visits to pornographic sites, dating sites, visits to sexual chat rooms, interactive sexual web sites, or having "cybersex" (sexual chat) with someone who is not his/her partner. The polygraph test can also be used whenever truth is needed for example- Pre-employment screening, sexual abuse concerns, theft to drugs abuse, family disputes etc.

Personal Theft Issues

Parents use Polygraph testing as an investigative tool, to aid in determining the truth when family members, children or acquaintances have fallen under suspicion to be involvement or knowledge in recent thefts, embezzlement, vandalism, of personnel property.

Employment Theft Issues

Polygraph Exams are used by many employers as an investigative tool, to aid in determining whether, or not employees had any involvement or knowledge in recent thefts, embezzlement, vandalism, or misappropriations of company funds or property.

The Polygraph test - your questions answered

Q. How accurate is the polygraph?

A. The polygraph technique is very accurate. According to the American Polygraph Association, over 250 studies have been conducted over the past twenty-five years on the accuracy of polygraph testing. It is estimated that the accuracy of the results is in the range of 90 - 95%. More recently, research has shown that the accuracy of computerized polygraph testing is 98%.

Q. Is the polygraph like the lie detector?

A. Yes. The polygraph instrument is a scientific, diagnostic instrument which is often called the "lie detector". It would be more appropriate, however, to call it the "truth verifier".

Q. I am telling the truth but I am nervous about taking a polygraph examination. How does the polygraph establish the difference between the state of nervousness and reactions as a result of lying?

A. It is quite normal for an innocent person to feel nervous and the polygrapher is very aware of this. Nervous reactions which are recorded on the polygraphic charts are not interpreted by the polygrapher as a manifestation of deception. Nervous reactions are completely different from those reactions that are recorded when a person is deliberately lying.

Q. Can I know what the questions on the polygraph examination will be beforehand?

A. Yes. You will be informed of the exact wording of each question that will be asked of you during the course of the polygraph examination. There will be no "trick" questions

Q. How long does a polygraph examination take?

A. A polygraph examination takes about two to three hours, however, some may take more or less time, depending on the nature of the issue under investigation.

Q. Why does a polygraph examination take two to three hours?

A. The examiner will give a detailed explanation of the polygraph procedure, how the polygraph works, and he will answer any questions that the examinee may have. The examiner will also inform and discuss the result of the examinee's polygraph examination.

Q. Where can I take a Polygraph - Lie detector test in Northern Ireland.

A. Contact DNR SOLUTIONS (UK) LTD for more information.

Please note: DNR Solutions (UK) Limited are agents for the examiner, fees will be incurred.