Lie Detector Test St Albans

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Bond Rees are an established private investigation agency who provide a wealth of proficient and high quality private investigator services including background check services, person tracing for a missing person or absent debtor, process serving, covert surveillance, corporate investigations as well as accurate and professional lie detector or polygraph testing.

Our polygraph test service is conducted by a qualified polygraph examiner using the latest in lie detector technology and instrumentation that we import ourselves directly from the United States to ensure the highest specification and quality lie detector testing for every client who uses Bond Rees.

We can visit your home or workplace to undertake polygraph examination at no extra cost and offer an extremely discreet service that guarantees absolute confidentiality and data protection for every personal detail you share with us.

We cover the whole of the United Kingdom including the commuter belt city of St Albans, north of London and close to Hemel Hempstead and famed for its centuries-old cathedral and old Roman settlement of Verulamium, the first formalised Roman municipality in Britain.

If you would like to find out more about our lie detector test St Albans or UK wide service or any of our effective private investigator services, contact Bond Rees today.

Book your lie detector test in St Albans

Just get in touch via any of the options provided below to book your lie detector test St Albans or lie detector test UK service or to ask about any of our other professional private detective services:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

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

St Albans Lie Detector Test

A modern lie detector test is the result of decades of research, experimentation, and development and now offers the most accurate and reliable, and evidence based and science backed, means of detecting deception and finding out the truth behind any situation, matter, or individual.

Unlike the Jeremy Kyle show, Bond Rees will not humiliate or bully you but provide a comfortable and supportive atmosphere for your test where you will feel reassured and at ease and know that you are receiving a fair and unbiased test that will achieve accurate and correct results for you.

We formulate every test on an individual basis and in line with all principles and methodology essential to a valid and accurate test result and can tailor your test to your exact issue and required outcomes.

Polygraph examination can determine the culprit of a crime such as theft for example, confirm infidelity or cheating by a partner or spouse, uncover long buried secrets and lies, or prove the innocence of a person unfairly or wrongly accused of behaviours they did not commit.

As an employer a corporate polygraph exam is invaluable within situations such as employee theft investigation following workplace theft or fraud and is also widely used within the United States to great evidenced benefit to check integrity and honesty of applicants before employment offers are made.

There is no situation that a polygraph test cannot assist with and whatever you need to reveal the truth behind or wherever you need to evidence deception, Bond Rees can help and provide the only solution that you need, quickly and easily at a reasonable and competitive price.

To book your lie detector test St Albans now, get in touch with Bond Rees via any of the below options and an advisor will call you right back, or fill out the contact form at the base of the page:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

How polygraph tests work

The human body responds to situations of stress or threat (such as the fear that one’s own deception will be detected and the consequences of this) by making certain changes to bodily rates such as the respiration rate, pulse rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, and perspiration rate.

A lie detector test works by using sensors to record these changes whilst a series of questions are posed to the subject.

The polygraph examiner is trained in the responses that indicate deception and those which indicate honesty and how to measure and score the readings that the sensors achieve through data accumulated from the subject.

Following the test, the examiner analyses the data in a graph format and can, from this, ascertain if there was evidence of deception obtained from the examinee during questioning.

An experienced and knowledgeable examiner will also observe body language and demeanour of the subject throughout testing to identify any other clues of deception and will listen carefully to their narrative and view of events leading to the need for testing to check for any incongruence or conflict in their story, as well as gaining the views of anyone else significant to the event.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

The examiner will call you prior to your test to obtain details of the issue that needs to be addressed and check if you have any mental or physical health difficulties, take any prescribed medications, or use alcohol on a regular basis or any illicit substances, and its important to be open and honest about this and any information you share will be wholly confidential.

The examiner can attend your home for testing, and this provides a relaxed environment for you which is helpful to the testing process, but we can arrange a discreet and local venue if you cannot accommodate testing.

On the test day it is important that you don’t use any illegal drugs or alcohol and try to minimise caffeine use such as through coffee or energy drink consumption.

The examiner will conduct a pre-test interview with you to gain your consent for the test, go through the questions that will be used with you, and gather any further background information and details required.

The sensors will be applied over light clothing to your torso, arm, and hand and there will be a short acquaintance test to ensure that the equipment is calibrated to your individual responses and then your test will begin and will consist of several sets of questions, some of which will be targeting the issue your test has been arranged to address and some which will feel irrelevant.

After your test it is sometimes possible to provide verbal results straight away, but it is more often the case that your data will need careful analysis to guarantee an accurate and correct result is provided as this is quite a lengthy process.

You will always receive your results and a full written report within 48 hours of your test which will be emailed to you, and it is necessary for you to have an active email account to receive this as it is not possible to post this to you.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

The simple answer is no! There is no evidence to support online lie detector testing and this is not a valid or accurate means of conducting lie detector testing.

The examiner being present in person is the only way to achieve evidence based and verified lie detector testing and so this is the only format that Bond Rees offer.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

The American Polygraph Association is the world expert on polygraph examination and advises that lie detector testing achieves between 85% and 95% accuracy.

Polygraph examination is used worldwide to assist criminal investigation, legal procedures, insurance claim verification, employment processes, probation and offender release and many other areas and is a highly respected and regarded means of discerning truth from lies.

Bond Rees test using the Utah testing and scoring model which has been established to provide 90% accuracy within studies undertaken.

Our polygraph expert

Our polygraph examiner completed training with the European Polygraph Academy and is a member of the European Polygraph Association, holds a BSc (hons) Psychology Degree and Post Graduate Diploma, and has the knowledge and qualification to provide accurate and reliable lie detector testing.

Polygraph Test FAQs

Can my partner watch the lie detector test?

No other person except the examiner and the examinee can be present during testing as this can influence results achieved and reduce accuracy.

The examiner will be happy to have a chat with any other significant person at the test location prior to the test if this is required and answer any questions they may have.

Can I record my lie detector test?

No recording of any form is permitted as this can also influence accuracy of results achieved. Any attempts to record testing will result in the test being aborted and no fee refunded.

If you would like some visual evidence of your test, you are welcome to take a photograph of yourself attached to the polygraph instrument once your test has been completed.

Are you a genuine provider of lie detector testing?

Our Bond Rees polygraph examiner is fully trained and qualified in polygraph examination, and we use the latest technology imported from the United States; we provide genuine, professional, and evidence based lie detector testing.

I am really nervous – will this affect my test?

Its absolutely normal to be nervous about taking a lie detector test and this demonstrates how important this is to you and how much you care about the results and is not an indicator of deceit.

Our examiner will provide a comfortable and non-judgemental environment for your test, talk you through any concerns or queries you may have, and reassure you so that you are calm and ready to take your test.

Will I receive a report?

You will receive a full written report of your test, the results, and the conclusion drawn within 48 hours of your test.

This will be emailed to you and its essential that you have a working email account to receive this.

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