Lie Detector Test Oxford

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Bond Rees provide accurate and professional lie detector test services throughout the entirety of the United Kingdom including in the city of Oxford in central southern England renowned worldwide for its prestigious university and long held nickname of the city of dreaming spires attributed to it by the poet Matthew Arnold.

As a leading private investigation agency we also offer a wealth of other effective private investigator services and professional services including partner or matrimonial investigations, person tracing for missing persons cases, mystery shopper services, background check investigations, fraud investigations, asset location and many, many more.

Our polygraph testing is provided by an experienced, fully trained, qualified, and professional polygraph examiner and we use the most technical and robust of polygraph instrumentation imported by us directly from the United States so you can be assured a high quality, high spec, and accurate testing service from us.

Bond Rees place the greatest importance on the privacy of our clients, and we always ensure absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection measures for every case and client.

We can provide lie detector testing in the comfort of your own home at no extra charge or arrange a local discreet venue if you are unable to accommodate this.

If you would like to find out more about our lie detector test Oxford service or our private investigator Oxford services, contact Bond Rees today.

Book your lie detector test in Oxford

Its quick, easy, and straightforward to arrange your lie detector test Oxford service with Bond Rees via any of the below communication methods:

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Text: 07792 762 511

Email: bondrees@gmail.com

Telephone: 0800 051 5329

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

Oxford Lie Detector Test

A lie detector test or polygraph examination provides the solution in any situation where you need to find out the truth and evidence deception.

It is the ultimate method for detecting deception and is employed worldwide within legal, police, probation, financial, and employment services due to its highly respected and regarded ability to achieve accuracy.

Lie detector testing has been subject to rigorous study and development over decades to evolve it to the sophisticated and technical tool it now represents and is supported with strong scientific evidence and backing.

Polygraph examination can be used within any situation and event from cheating partner or matrimonial lie detector test services, to establishing offenders of crimes such as theft, to proving one’s own innocence in the face of unfair allegations and accusations.

A corporate lie detector test is a widely used method in the USA within application procedures and also to achieve employee monitoring and assist employee investigations into employee theft or fraud, for example, and has been found within studies to achieve a higher calibre of employee and act as a deterrent for future misconduct.

If you have a matter that you need to find out the truth about or if you want to uncover the facts and prove deceit, a lie detector test offers the only accurate means of doing so and is fast and easy to arrange and undertake.

To discuss your lie detector test Oxford requirement or ask about our other effective private detective services, contact Bond Rees today:

WhatsApp: https://wa.link/91ew91

Text: 07792 762 511

Email: bondrees@gmail.com

Telephone: 0800 051 5329

How polygraph tests work

Neuroscience, psychophysiology, psychology, and the behavioural sciences have determined certain physiological changes that occur within the human body when it is exposed to threat or stress such as the fear of deception being detected.

Such changes have been evidenced to occur within pulse rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, skin temperature, and perspiration rates.

Polygraph testing records the physiological responses exhibited by a person during questioning through the use of sensors attached to their body.

The data recorded is then converted into visual format by software and this enables the polygraph examiner to measure and apply scoring techniques which determine whether the bodily responses of the individual concerned indicate deception or honesty when answering questions about the issue at the heart of the test request.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

Lie detector testing involves sensors being attached to your body over light clothing and several sets of questioning being directed at you that you can answer with only yes or no responses.

The physiological changes that your body exhibits during the questioning will be recorded by the sensors and converted into measurable data that the examiner will then analyse.

It is important that you make the examiner aware of any medical conditions you have such as physical or mental health problems and of any medication you are currently taking.

You also need to tell the examiner about any illicit substances you use and any regular alcohol use; this will remain entirely confidential but is important information to achieve accurate results.

It is advised that you do not use any alcohol or illicit substances on the day of your test and that you try to limit caffeine intake.

The examiner will explain the whole testing process to you and help to put you at ease and will answer any questions or concerns you have, and it is entirely normal to feel some nervousness, and this will not impact on your results.

Only the examiner and the examinee can be present during testing and no recording devices can be used as this can impact on the reliability and accuracy of the results achieved.

The Utah model utilised by Bond Rees for lie detector testing can only accommodate one issue per test so you need to be aware that if you have several issues you want to find out the truth about (eg infidelity and theft) you will require more than one test and discounts are available in these situations.

Once you have completed your test you may be able to be verbally advised of your results immediately or the examiner may need to undertake more detailed analysis of your data.

You will always receive your test results and a full written report via email within 48 hours of sitting your test.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

In person lie detector testing is the only method that has been studied and tested to ensure accuracy and validity, so this is the only method that Bond Rees offer.

There is currently no evidence or findings to support the use or accuracy of online or remote lie detector testing and this method does not allow any of the essential procedures to be adhered to during testing that achieve accuracy so caution is advised if any provider offers this service to you.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

The American Polygraph Association is the leading body for lie detector testing recognised worldwide and advises polygraph examination to achieve accuracy between 85% and 95%.

Bond Rees use the Utah method for test formulation and scoring which studies have found to achieve 90% accuracy.

Our polygraph expert

Bond Rees polygraph examination is provided by a fully trained, experienced, and qualified polygraph examiner who has undergone training with the European Polygraph Academy and is a member of the European Polygraph Association, and who also possesses a BSc (Hons) Psychology Degree and Post Graduate Diploma.

Polygraph Test FAQs

How soon can I book a lie detector test with Bond Rees?

We are usually able to accommodate testing within 48 hours of your request or even sooner in some circumstances; contact us now to find out our availability in your area.

Can my partner attend my test?

It is not possible for any other person to be present during testing as this can place pressure and influence on you and affect the accuracy of results.

The examiner will meet briefly with any partner or other significant person at the test location prior to testing if this is required and answer any questions they may have.

How long does a lie detector test take?

Lie detector testing is a complex and involved process; its best to allow up to 2 hours for your test as it is important not to feel rushed or constrained by time when undergoing testing.

Can I take a lie detector test if I have a mental illness?

This depends on the exact nature and severity of your mental illness; some mental health difficulties do not prevent lie detector testing or the achieving of accurate results, but some will impact and prevent effective polygraph examination.

It’s really important that ethics and wellbeing are considered before you make the decision to take part in a lie detector test or to ask someone else to; contact us and have a chat with our professional examiner about your individual situation and we will be happy to provide guidance around this.

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