Lie Detector Test Salisbury

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Do you need to find out if someone is being dishonest to you and establish the genuine truth behind an individual or event, or are you the victim of false allegation and malicious rumours and want to evidence your innocence and show others that you are not guilty of the acts you have been accused of?

Bond Rees provide accurate and professional polygraph examinations or lie detector testing as it is more commonly known, throughout the UK that are conducted by a fully trained, qualified, and experienced polygraph examiner.

Our high quality and dependable lie detector test service is available in the historic city of Salisbury in the county of Wiltshire, renowned for its ornate 13th century cathedral and its proximity to the iconic Stonehenge which is situated on Salisbury Plain.

We offer our effective and reliable polygraph testing to any private individuals or corporate clients and can often accommodate a lie detector appointment at short notice and at any time or location of your choice.

Our polygraph test service is conducted in a highly discrete manner, and we guarantee absolute confidentiality and data protection for every person and case we work with so you can trust that any personal or private information you share with us will never be disclosed to any other individual, agency, or organisation.

If you would like to book or know more about our lie detector test Salisbury or UK service or book a free consultation with our polygraph examiner to discuss the issue or matters behind your need for a lie detector test and find out how we can help you, contact Bond Rees today.

Book your lie detector test in Salisbury

If you or your business need to book our lie detector test Salisbury or UK service, contact the Bond Rees office via any of the options below and an advisor will be directly in touch:

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

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.

Salisbury Lie Detector Test

Polygraph examination is an accurate, highly researched, and scientifically evidenced means of finding out if a person is being honest or lying in response to specific questions asked during the lie detector test.

It is incredibly versatile and can be applied to any issue that you need to determine the truth about and is equally useful and effective within private and personal matters as well as business or professional circumstances.

Private individuals may want a lie detector test to find out if a suspect is guilty of a crime such as theft of money or property, if an individual is engaging in harmful and secretive behaviours such as gambling or drugs use, or to determine if a partner has been unfaithful, and many other circumstances and situations where deception needs to be evidenced and the truth revealed.

Employers and business owners can find lie detector testing both at the pre-employment stage as a means of verifying the integrity and honesty of applicants, and for employees that are already employed particularly when some harm has been caused to the company such as theft of revenue, fraudulent sick pay claims or timesheets, or data breach to name some examples.

Every lie detector test is bespoke and formulated for the specific and individual details of the issue that each client wants to clarify and so there is no area that this technique cannot cover and be applied to address.

If you would like to book our lie detector test Salisbury or UK service, 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

Neuroscientific and psychophysiological research and experimentation has evidenced that the human body presents with certain physiological changes when it perceives stress such as the fear a person may experience of their deception being detected.

These changes are triggered initially within the central nervous system, specifically within the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system and are involuntary and below the level of human conscious awareness.

Such changes include differences in a person’s heart rate, perspiration or electro dermal activity, blood pressure, skin temperature, and respiration rate.

During a lie detector test these changes are monitored through sensors attached to the body of the examinee and data received is conveyed to a transducer which enables this information to be converted into numeric or visual format which allows measurements to be taken which determine whether there is evidence of deception.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

Lie detector testing is routinely undertaken at the home or premises of the individual as this enables a familiar and comfortable environment and reduces any unnecessary stress for the examinee but a suitable and discreet venue can be provided if required.

It is common for individuals sitting a lie detector test to experience some apprehension or nerves prior to and during the test and this will not affect the results and does not necessarily indicate dishonesty.

Our Bond Rees polygraph examiner provides a reassuring and supportive service and will not judge any information or details you disclose and will help you to feel comfortable and as relaxed as possible prior to taking your test.

There will be a telephone conversation prior to your test where the examiner will need to gain details of the matter behind your request for polygraph examination and then a pre-test interview in person that will take place when the examiner attends for testing and is an informal chat about the issues behind the need for testing and some background information about you as an individual.

It is important that you make the examiner aware of any physical or mental health difficulties as well as any prescribed medication or illicit drugs that you use as well as any alcohol use. You will need to abstain from alcohol or drug use (except for prescribed medication) on the day of testing and also limiting your caffeine intake is recommended.

If you present as under the influence of any substance when the examiner attends your test will not be able to go ahead.

No other person will be able to be present during the pre-test interview or the test itself as this can influence the accuracy and reliability of results achieved, and no recording can be undertaken either visual or auditory.

After the pre-test interview and once you have given consent to proceed, sensors will be attached to your torso and arm and hand over light clothing such as a t-shirt; the sensors do not pose any physical risk and will not be painful in any way.

The lie detector test will then commence and consists of several sets of questions which will have been discussed with you during the pre-test interview and relate to the matter you need to clarify as well as irrelevant matters to regulate responses.

After your test it may be possible to receive the results immediately or these may need further and more in depth analysis dependant on how subtle or obvious physiological changes are in you as an individual. You will always receive your test results and a full written report of your polygraph examination by email within 48 hours of you test which you can print off or use as you wish.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

The development of polygraph examination and all research, study, and experimentation into this has been in regard to in person testing where the examiner is present with you and levels of accuracy and reliability are based on testing being undertaken in this format and context.

There is no evidence or research to support remote or online testing and no substantiation of accuracy or validity of test results achieved in this manner so Bond Rees do not offer this service and caution is recommended if any other provider advises that they can provide remote or online lie detector testing.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

There are many factors that influence the accuracy of testing which include the formulation and formatting of the test, the environment and manner in which it is conducted, the honesty of participants in regard to substance use, and the stringency applied when analysing data.

As long as established and evidence based methodology and principles are applied and your examiner has the experience, training, and knowledge required, the American Polygraph Association, which is the internationally recognised leading body on lie detector testing, reports polygraph examination to achieve accuracy levels of between 85% and 95% or even higher.

Our polygraph expert

At Bond Rees, our polygraph examiner is a graduate of the European Polygraph Academy and a member of the European Polygraph Association and also holds a BSc (hons) Psychology and Post Graduate Diploma.

Polygraph Test FAQs

How many questions can I ask in a lie detector test?

There are different models and methodology of lie detector testing available; Bond Rees employ a single facet 3 question model as this is the model with the greatest amount of research and evidence base.

This means that you can ask 3 “hot topic” questions in one test but that these all need to be about the same issue (ie infidelity and not infidelity and theft for example). The examiner will explore with you what you need to achieve through the test and help you to decide on the questions and wording of these that will be most appropriate to your aims.

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 Salisbury or UK service, just contact us on any of the options provided above.

Can my partner and I both take a lie detector test?

Bond Rees can accommodate tests for both you and your partner if you require this and will provide a discount if more than one test is needed at the same time and location.

Will alcohol use affect my lie detector test results?

If you are a chronic user of alcohol, it is important that you make the examiner aware so that this can be considered when analysing your test results. Alcohol is a depressant and impacts on the bodily changes that are used within lie detector testing so it is crucial that you do not consume any alcohol on the day of your lie detector test.

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