Lie Detector Test Dorchester

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Bond Rees provide accurate and effective lie detector testing across the entirety of the United Kingdom including in the Dorset County Town and historic market town of Dorchester situated on the banks of the River Frome in Southern England.

We are a professional private investigator agency who offer an extensive range of professional private investigator services to any private or corporate client throughout the UK including examples such as person tracing for an avoidant or missing person, background checks, covert surveillance, and, of course, lie detector testing to name but a few.

A lie detector test, or polygraph test or examination as it is also named, provides a way of finding out if a person is being honest or deceitful in response to a certain question or questions about an incident or behaviour that has occurred and can be useful for a huge and diverse range of situations and problems in terms of both personal and professional matters.

Bond Rees polygraph testing is provided by experienced and trained professionals, and we work with complete discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for every case and client, and offer a non-judgemental, supportive, and relaxed service for all individuals involved.

If you have a question that you need answers to, suspect that someone is lying to you, or need clarification about an issue that is affecting your life or the safety and progress of your business, contact Bond Rees to book your lie detector Dorchester service or anywhere in the UK that you require.

Book your lie detector test in Dorchester

To obtain more information or book a Bond Rees lie detector test Dorchester service, or in any other United Kingdom location, just contact us via any of the options provided below at any time and an advisor will be in touch directly:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

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

Dorchester Lie Detector Test

A lie detector test or polygraph test is an evidence based and highly established method of quickly and effectively determining truth from lies and finding out if a person is being honest or deceptive in regard to any case or situation.

Private individuals can find lie detector testing in a wealth of different circumstances such as suspicions about a cheating partner, an ongoing feud or accusations from a family member or friend, a theft or similar crime having occurred where the perpetrator needs to be clarified and using a law enforcement agency or court is not possible in the situation to name but some examples.

You may want to find out another individual’s guilt or you may be the accused party and want to prove your innocence and put to bed false rumours and allegations being made about you and restore the trust of others in you.

If you own or run a business, lie detector testing can be used to provide further information during application and interview procedures or to address a situation wherein wrongdoing or a crime has been committed in the workplace such as theft or an information breach and you need to ascertain who the culprit is.

In the USA, lie detector testing is routinely used within employee application processes, even when recruiting for a law enforcement agency or authorities, and has been determined to result in a higher calibre of employee being hired. 

Bond Rees are able to attend the home address or location of any individual or business with no additional cost to provide polygraph testing and we guarantee a professional and expert service.

You can book a Bond Rees lie detector test Dorchester service via any of the contact options below:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

How polygraph tests work

A polygraph test works by recording bodily responses including heart rate, temperature, blood pressure, respiration rate, movement, and perspiration of the hands that science has evidenced to indicate presence of threat or fear in a human being which people experience when they plan to lie or attempt to deceive.

These physiological responses are recorded through use of various sensors that are attached to a person’s torso, arm, and hand and the readings they receive are transferred to a software programme which interprets this information into numerical or visual data such as a graph which can then be used by an examiner to obtain measurements that indicate a truth or a lie.

Whilst the sensors are attached the examiner will undertake the lie detector test which features sets of questions worded and ordered according to a prescribed model that has been evidence to produce the most accurate and reliable polygraph test results and evidence and these will include questions regarding the specific incident or behaviour that the test has been arranged to address.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

Most people experience some level of anxiety or nerves before and during sitting a lie detector test and this is commonplace and does not necessarily indicate deception and will not affect the end results obtained.

The examiner will attend your home or arranged location and will organise a confidential and discreet venue for you to take the test if you are unable to provide this yourself.

Prior to commencing the testing itself the examiner will conduct a pre-interview with the subject of the test in which they will obtain important information such as any mental or physical illness and any prescribed or recreational medication or substance use.

They will also talk through the reasons for the test being requested, gain background details and an understanding of the examinee, gain the consent of the examinee to take part, and explain the question sets that will be asked during the test and ensure that the individual understands these fully and feels comfortable and happy to answer these and proceed with testing.

It will not be possible for any other person to be present during the test or any discussions with the examinee and no recording can take place due to the possibility of this exerting influence on the individual sitting the test and, therefore, the results obtained, and the examiner will require a hard chair and surface such as a dining table to conduct the examination.

Once the individual is happy to proceed the examiner will attach the sensors to their torso, arm, and hand which can be placed over a light item of clothing such as a t-shirt and the test itself will commence.

After testing is concluded it may be possible to receive the results immediately or the examiner may need to conduct further analysis of data received before being able to advise of the outcomes. Results will always be provided within 48 hours of testing and a full report emailed which the individual can print off and keep and use however they require.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

The examiner needs to meet the individual sitting the test in person to observe their body language and develop some rapport in order for testing to be valid and reliable, and also to ensure that all sensors are correctly attached to the examinee and taking effective and useable readings, so it is not possible for lie detector testing to be undertaken online.

Some online providers advise that they can provide virtual testing but caution is to be applied when considering these methods as no study or research undertaken into lie detector testing is supportive of this approach and there is no evidence to indicate that this will provide any form of valid or reliable result.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

There are many factors that influence the accuracy achievable within polygraph testing including the stringency of the examiner in adhering to the principles and methods which have been evidenced to best support accuracy, the environment used to conduct the test, and the honesty of the subject in terms of substance use.

If correct and proper procedure is followed, the American Polygraph Association, which is the leading authority and global expert on lie detector testing, reports polygraph testing to be between 85% and 95% accurate.

Our polygraph expert

Our Bond Rees polygraph expert holds a BSc (hons) Psychology Degree and Post Graduate Diploma and has undertaken European Polygraph Academy training and is a member of the European Polygraph Association.

Polygraph Test FAQs

How long does a polygraph test take to complete?

Including the pre-interview and the test itself, lie detector testing can take up to 2.5 hours but can sometimes be shorter than this depending on how much information the examiner has been able to attain prior to attending for testing and the situation surrounding the need for the test itself.

How much does a lie detector test cost?

If you would like an instant and no obligation quotation for your Bond Rees lie detector test in Dorchester or anywhere in the United Kingdom, just contact us on any of the options provided above.

Can I take a lie detector test when I am pregnant?

Lie detector testing is not dangerous or harmful in any way and it is perfectly safe to undertake a lie detector test when you are pregnant, but it is recommended that you do not do so in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy as this may affect the readings obtained and, of course, it is important that you make the examiner fully aware if you are pregnant.

Can I take a lie detector test if I use illegal substances?

Drug use does not mean that you cannot take a lie detector test or obtain valid results but it is important that you make the examiner aware of any recent or chronic substance use and that you try to abstain from use for as long as possible before sitting the test; if you appear under the influence of any drug or alcohol when the examiner attends, the test will be unable to proceed.

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