Lie Detector Test Banbury

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Bond Rees are an accomplished professional private investigator firm who provide proficient and dependable professional private investigation, corporate investigations and professional services including lie detector testing throughout the entirety of the United Kingdom for any private individuals or corporate client.

A lie detector test, or polygraph test or polygraph examination as it can also be known, is used to ascertain if a person is being truthful or dishonest in their responses to questions about a particular incident or behaviour and can help to address a wide range of problems, issues, and situations in both personal and business life.

Bond Rees are a service provider of competent and effective lie detector testing conducted by well-practiced and trained professionals and we promise complete discretion and confidentiality for every case and client, and endeavour to make certain that each polygraph test we undertake does not prove a distressing or uncomfortable experience for all individuals involved.

We cover the whole of the UK and can provide polygraph testing in any area you require including in the historic market town of Banbury on the River Cherwell in Oxfordshire which is a significant commercial and retail centre.

If you or your Banbury business are dealing with issues or problems that you feel a lie detector test could help with, need to find out a hidden fact, require evidence or answers in response to a specific question, or want to uncover the truth regarding an action by certain individuals or employees, contact Bond Rees today to book your lie detector test Banbury service.

Book your lie detector test in Banbury

It’s simple and straightforward to book a Banbury or any UK location lie detector test, speak with a polygrapher Banbury, or find out about our other professional private detective and investigator services; just get in touch with Bond Rees via any of the options below and one of our helpful advisors will call you right back:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

Banbury Lie Detector Test

A lie detector test can resolve an extensive range of personal or professional issues and situations and will uncover the facts, ascertain the truth, and obtain the answers that you require to achieve peace of mind or acquire evidence to enable informed decisions and positive next steps.

If you are a private individual, you may need a lie detector test to determine if your partner or spouse is being unfaithful to you, pinpoint the perpetrator of a theft or other crime out of a number of suspects amongst your social or family network, or provide you with the truth about some other event or incident or the behaviour of another individual.

It could be that you wish to sit a polygraph test yourself to demonstrate your innocence and prove that you are not guilty of an action or behaviour that you have been unfairly and wrongly accused of.

Business owners or a corporate client may find lie detector testing helpful to achieve greater insight into recruits for a sensitive or significant employment vacancy in their company, or to find out about employees following a theft or other wrongdoing that has been perpetrated in the place of work or through other means such as online crimes or information theft.

Bond Rees polygraph examiners can attend the home or premises of any individual or business at no extra cost to undertake polygraph testing and ensure a reliable and professional service.

To find out your polygraph test cost or book a Bond Rees lie detector test Banbury service just use any of the contact options below:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

How polygraph tests work

A polygraph test records bodily responses that studies and learning within psychology and the behavioural sciences have concluded to show the intent to deceive, or lie, by human beings.

These physiological responses include respiration rate, heart rate, blood pressure, movement, sweating of the hands, and temperature and are monitored during a lie detector test through attaching sensors to the examinee’s body and then passed to a software programme that converts data received into numerical or visual format that enables measurements to be gained.

The measurements are scored according to set criteria and provide indication of whether a person has been honest or deceptive in their answers to questions asked of them during the polygraph test.

Polygraph testing adheres to a prescribed and evidence based model that stipulates the order and language of questions sets to promote valid and reliable results.

A trained and competent examiner will add to the information provided by the polygraph test technology by also monitoring body language and the views and explanations provided about a situation by the examinee.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

Its very common to experience some degree of stress and worry before and during a polygraph test and this will not affect the results achieved.

An adept and knowledgeable examiner will help to relax you as much as possible, ensure that you are concentrating on the task in hand, and assist you to feel reassured and minimise any stress or anxiety you may be feeling.

Testing needs a private and confidential space with a hard chair and surface such as a dining chair and table or desk and no other individual is permitted to be present during examination and no recording can be conducted.

The examiner will undertake a pre-interview with the subject at first which will achieve verbal consent, obtain details of any relevant issues such as physical or mental illness, prescribed medication, or drug use, explain the questions that will be asked in the test as well as gain some background information about the person taking the test.

Sensors will then be attached to the hand, arm, and torso of the examinee which can be placed over a light item of clothing such as a t shirt without issue.

The test includes 3 sets of questions which consist of 3 questions about the main or hot topic, 3 questions about a wider associated topic area, and 3 irrelevant questions to restore calm and regulation for the examinee.

Lie detector tests only address one issue per test (i.e. infidelity or an incident of theft) and if you require more than one matter to be tested you will need to book a second test. Bond Rees provide discounted fees in situations where more than 1 test is required at the same time and place.

After the lie detector test you will possibly be advised of your results immediately or the examiner may need to further analyse your data and you will always receive results within 48 hours of the test, and Bond Rees will email a full written report which is yours to retain and use however you need.

All details and discussions had during your test will remain entirely confidential and never disclosed to any other individual, organisation, agency during or after our work with you.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

Lie detection is required to be conducted in person and all research and study undertaken into polygraph examination is clear about this.

The examiner needs to be physically present with the subject and record physiological responses from many sources at the same time with accurate sensors and devices for results to be valid, and to also observe the body language and conduct of the individual taking the test.

There is no evidence at all to support the use or accuracy of online lie detector testing and it is urged that you avoid these at all times and, if you do take part in such a test that you do not take the outcomes as accurate or reliable in any way.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

Polygraph accuracy is hugely influenced by the understanding and knowledge of the examiner providing the test and how stringent they are in regard to the use of proper procedure and principles that evidence has shown to provide the most valid and reliable lie detector testing.

If the lie detector test is administered properly and competently, the American Polygraph Association is the United States of America and worldwide expert and respected body internationally for lie detector testing and estimates polygraph testing to be 85% to 95% accurate. 

Our polygraph expert

At Bond Rees we have a chief polygraph examiner who has a BSc (hons) degree in Psychology as well as a Post Graduate Diploma and has completed European Polygraph Academy training and is a member of the European Polygraph Association.

Our chief examiner has extensive experience of employment roles within therapeutic and human behaviour fields and is committed to providing our clients with the most reliable and accurate polygraph examination achievable.

Polygraph Test FAQs

Can you trick a lie detector test?

There are many tips and techniques suggested throughout the internet on how to trick a lie detector test from just repeating a certain word in your head, to biting your tongue, to presenting as highly escalated and frantic throughout the test.

Polygraph examiners know about all the tactics and aids people employ to try to trick a test and will spot these and presume the subject intends to deceive.

A lie detector test involves the recording of numerous subconscious and involuntary physiological responses whilst an individual focuses on a set questions being asked of them; it is a highly complex and multifaceted exercise and attempts to trick a polygraph test will not work.

How quickly can I take a polygraph test?

Bond Rees can usually arrange a lie detector test within 24 to 48 hours if you require this on an urgent basis.

Can my partner be present during the test, or can I facetime them whilst I sit the test?

No other person can be present during the test except the examiner and the examinee, and no recording or telephone calls may occur during the test as this can place pressure on the subject and unduly influence their responses and, therefore, the test results.

I use cannabis – will this affect my test result?

The use of prescribed or illicit substances can impact on your results and it is important that you inform the examiner of any medication you take or any substances that you use so they can factor this into your results.

It is also important that you do not use any alcohol or illicit substances on the day of the polygraph test or for as long a period as possible before it; the test will not be able to proceed if you present as under the influence of alcohol or an illegal drug.

How much does a lie detector test cost?

Just contact Bond Rees on any of the options provided above for an instant and exact quote for your Banbury lie detector test.

What other private investigator services do Bond Rees provide?

Bond Rees offer an extensive range of private investigator services including examples such as surveillance, background checks, criminal background checks, and missing person investigations to name but a few and we also provide corporate investigations to our business clients.

Again, just contact Bond Rees on the options above and a helpful advisor will be happy to tell you all you need to know about us!

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