Lie Detector Test Yeovil

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A lie detector test or polygraph examination is a highly accurate and sophisticated method of detecting deception and has been developed for decades to provide the reliable and effective means it now offers to find out if someone is lying or telling the truth regarding a specific matter.

Bond Rees provide a high quality and professional lie detector test service that is undertaken by a fully trained and qualified polygraph examiner using the latest and most advanced polygraph technology imported directly from the United States by us to ensure the best and most reliable polygraph examination in the UK.

As a leading private detective agency we also offer a comprehensive range of professional and private investigator services such as covert surveillance, process serving, person tracing for a missing person or absent debtor, background checks, corporate investigations, and many more.

All of our services are available to any private individual or business client and we cover the entirety of the United Kingdom including the South Somerset town of Yeovil which lies close to the county’s border with Dorset.

We guarantee absolute confidentiality and data protection for every client and operate in a discreet and respectful manner that understands that many of our customers are experiencing challenging times when they contact us and require sensitivity and support.

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

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Yeovil Lie Detector Test

Often in the UK, a person’s only experience of lie detector testing is the Jeremy Kyle TV show which was an unfair and unethical representation of how a polygraph test should be undertaken and was largely inaccurate.

At Bond Rees we conduct lie detector testing in a non-judgemental and non-intimidatory manner and aim to put our clients at ease and provide peace of mind that they will receive a fair and unbiased test that enables accuracy and reliable results.

Our lie detector testing can be applied to any matter, situation, or issue and we write and formulate every test on a bespoke and individualised basis so are able to address your exact concerns and suspicion and achieve the precise outcomes you require.

Whether you suspect cheating or adultery by a partner and require a partner or matrimonial lie detector test, or whether a theft has occurred, and you feel a friend or family member is to blame, or if you have been accused of actions you did not commit and need to prove your innocence and restore trust with those you care about, a polygraph examination is the perfect solution.

If you are an employer or run a business, lie detector testing can assist in ensuring that you employ the right applicant for a sensitive or high responsibility role in your company or can help where fraud or misconduct has occurred, and you need to identify the perpetrator to prevent further risk or harm to your business.

Whatever issue you need to address and wherever you need to evidence deception and uncover the truth, polygraph examination is the quick, straightforward, accurate, and reliable answer and we can come to your home or workplace often within 48 hours or less to provide testing and resolve the problem once and for all.

Contact Bond Rees to book your lie detector test Yeovil or UK wide service today:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 051 5329

How polygraph tests work

Scientific research and study have determined that the human body presents with certain physiological changes when it perceives threat or is under stress and these changes occur within the heart rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, and perspiration rate.

Polygraph tests work through the fear a person feels when they perceive that their deception may be uncovered; if they are acting in a deceitful manner their bodily responses will indicate this.

Sensors are attached to the body of the subject and a series of carefully formulated questions are posed during which the sensors record the bodily changes exhibited by the subject and the polygraph software coverts this data into visual format.

The polygraph examiner can then measure and score this data and arrive at a conclusion of whether or not there is evidence of deception or not and, therefore, ascertain if a person is being truthful or dishonest in the responses to the questions that they have provided.

What to expect at a lie detector test?

There are several stages to a polygraph examination; this starts with a phone call from the examiner to obtain the basic details of the issue behind your request for a test and to gather information about the subject such as physical and mental health and any medication, illicit drug, or alcohol use.

On the day of the test it is important that you try to abstain from any illicit substance or alcohol use, and it is recommended that you limit caffeine intake and try to avoid energy type drinks.

The test appointment itself will commence with a pre-test interview where the examiner will obtain background information about the subject, their views and narrative regarding the pertinent issue or event and will talk through the questions that will be used and ensure that these are appropriate and understood.

The sensors will be attached to the subject’s torso, hand, and arm over light clothing such as a t-shirt and a calibration or acquaintance exercise will be undertaken to ensure that the instrumentation is functioning correctly and to enable the examiner an understanding of how the individual responds when behaving in a deceitful manner.

The test will then be carried out and will involve 3 sets of 11 questions, 3 of which will specifically address the matter at the heart of the test request, and the subject will be asked to sit still and follow all instructions given and provide yes or no answers to the questions posed.

Following completion of the test it may be possible to provide verbal results straight away or data may require deeper analysis dependent on the extremity or subtlety of individual response and any complexity that may be present.

You will always receive your results and a full written report within 48 hours of your test, and this will be emailed to you so its important to ensure that you have an active email account that you are able to access and use and these can be quickly and easily arranged online within minutes if you don’t already have one in place.

Can you do a lie detector test online?

The processes and measures that achieve accurate and reliable lie detector test results have been designed to be carried out in person and the physical presence of the examiner with the subject during testing is an essential element of the procedure.

There is no evidence, research, or study to support the accuracy or validity of online or remote lie detector testing and results obtained by these methods have no standing or verification of accuracy.

Bond Rees only provide physical in person polygraph examination as this is the only method that has been researched, tested, and evidenced to achieve valid results.

Are lie detector tests accurate?

Lie detector testing is used worldwide within legal processes, criminal investigation, insurance investigation, prisoner and probation monitoring, and employment procedures and is a highly respected and recognised method of deception detection.

The American Polygraph Association is a leading global authority on the use of lie detector testing and reports this method to achieve 85% to 95% accuracy.

Bond Rees’s polygraph examiner utilises a control question Utah model for testing and scoring which has undergone rigorous research and found to provide 90% accuracy.

Our polygraph expert

Our polygraph examiner is fully trained and qualified and a highly appropriate and committed examiner having completed training with the European Polygraph Academy and being a member of the European Polygraph Association and holding a BSc (hons) Psychology degree and Post Graduate Diploma.

Polygraph Test FAQs

Can someone trick a lie detector test?

There are many “helpful” articles on the internet providing tips on how to cheat a lie detector test, but these underestimate the complexity of polygraph testing and the knowledge and awareness of the examiner.

Polygraph examination has been developed with full knowledge of the tricks and techniques people employ to try to manipulate data achieved and countermeasures have been included to mitigate this and any experienced examiner will be vigilant to attempts and will record this as non-cooperation which is usually presumed to indicate deception.

How long does a lie detector test take?

The length of time your test takes can vary depending on the complexity and nature of the issue at the heart of your test request and any adaptations that may be required.

It’s best to allow at least 2 hours for your test to ensure there is no pressure to rush or concern about timing as this can impact on your ability to focus and provide the best environment for accurate testing.

I take anxiety medication – can I still take a lie detector test?

Some medication and medical conditions can impact on physiological response so its important to make your examiner aware of the details of these but there is no reason that you cannot take a lie detector test and gain accurate results if you are using anxiety medications.

The important thing to consider is that lie detector testing can unavoidably provide a somewhat stressful and anxious experience so think about what is in your best interests and whether or not such an activity is likely to be harmful to your wellbeing before making the decision to proceed – the examiner is not able to make specific medical recommendations, so this is up to you.

Can my partner watch the test?

It is not possible for any other person to be present during the pre-interview or test as this can influence response and accuracy of results achieved.

The examiner will be happy to have a brief chat with any other significant person at the test location prior to testing to address any issues or questions they have and gain their views and feelings but they will need to leave before the test process commences.

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