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When it comes to your company, telling only one untruth can result in significant losses, both financially and in terms of the company’s reputation. You have to be one hundred percent confident about the individuals with whom you conduct business or hire in order to have peace of mind that no one will betray you at a time when you want their assistance the most.

The use of our business lie detector exam can assist in reducing losses and determining the truth of the matter. In order to provide you with precise findings and enable you to make educated choices regarding your company, we make use of cutting-edge technologies.

When you use our service, you may have peace of mind knowing that every detail will be disclosed. We are aware of the significance that promptly and effectively resolving conflicts holds for commercial organisations. Helping you get the answers you need to be able to go on with your life is our top priority.

Corporate Lie Detector

Criminal cases involving intellectual property infringement, insider dealing, or the unauthorised disclosure of confidential information might also benefit from a thorough lie detector test administered by trained experts.

Sky Forensics is able to provide you with assistance in all aspects of your corporate investigations thanks to our expert examiners.

Examples of some of the industries that use Lie Detection Services for employees:

  • SECURITY FIRMS
  • GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
  • PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES
  • CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS
  • BUSINESSES INVOLVED IN FACILITIES WHICH HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE HEALTH OR SAFETY OF A LARGE POPULATION
  • BUSINESSES WITH HIGH VALUE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Frequently Asked Questions

Studies have led researchers to the conclusion that the accuracy of a polygraph examination ranges between 87 and 95 percent when it is carried out correctly by a skilled examiner. It is the most accurate method that may be used to determine whether or not a person is being truthful or dishonest in response to a direct query.

The case’s facts are given to and reviewed by the polygraph examiner. Based on the case’s facts and the examinee’s account of what happened, the examiner creates the exact test questions.

During the pre-test interview, the examiner goes over the test procedure with the examinee and goes over the case’s facts. To ensure that each question is clear to the examinee, the examiner is now reading each one to them.

The test should be halted if the subject ever feels uneasy around the examiner, regardless of the situation. It should be planned for a different examiner to administer the test at a different time.

The polygraph instrument is connected to the subject, who is then given more instructions.

While the test subject is connected to the polygraph device using sensors that detect blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, and sweat gland activity, the questions are read to them three times. These data points are graphed or recorded in the computerised polygraph machines’ memory.

After answering all of the questions, the examiner will evaluate the charts and give them a numerical score to ensure that his analysis falls within the instrument’s permissible parameters. This score leads to the conclusion that the respondent either provided the truth, lied, or their response was deemed to be inconclusive.

As soon as it is practicable, the examiner will provide the customer a verbal summary of the test findings. If requested, a written report will be given.

NOTE: Polygraph tests are performed in a private setting. During the test, no other people are permitted in the examination room. In cases when an examinee needs an interpreter, an exception may be made. For the safety of all parties involved, the majority of qualified examiners record the examination on video.

It doesn’t matter whether the test-taker feels anxious because some anxiety is normal. When particular questions are posed, the polygraph records any substantial deviations from the examinee’s baseline or normal reading.

If a test-taker is planning to provide a false response, their sympathetic nervous system will be triggered when that question is offered. This will result in observable shifts in the polygraph’s observed bodily reactions.

Answers to all of the questions on the exam must be confined to “yes” or “no.” The questions on the exam must have clear answers that are objective, and the responses cannot be opinions. The questions on the examination ought to have a factual focus and be related to events from the past. The way the questions are posed can only allow for one possible interpretation.

No questions are ever asked about religion or politics.

Neither the interview nor the polygraph test will touch on sexual topics unless doing so is essential to the investigation.

All of the questions on the same exam must be connected to one another. The examiner may inquire about alcohol and drug consumption, but not extramarital sex, during the same evaluation. Different sorts of problems call for different analyses.

In most cases, a test administrator will only have time to address three (3) pertinent questions. The optimal amount of time to answer these three questions is 90 minutes. If more questions are required, a new examination will need to be developed and administered, most likely at a later date. It is generally accepted that the reliability of test findings decreases as the number of relevant test questions rises. After a certain amount of time has elapsed, a healthy person will no longer create readable polygraph charts, making it impossible to generate a definitive polygraph test. It would be necessary to reschedule any additional tests for a different day.

Yes, but only after receiving formal permission from a parent or legal guardian. However, unless there are exceptional circumstances, the majority of our examiners won’t test someone who is younger than 14 years old.

A person who has done nothing wrong has no incentive to try to cheat on a test, but it doesn’t stop others from doing so.

Changes in the sympathetic nervous system are what the polygraph measures. A little amount of conscious control over the component of the neurological system that regulates heart rate and breathing is possible. Trained examiners will notice if you try to slow your heart rate or respiration rate. A dishonest individual taking an exam may try to influence the results by using drugs or other countermeasures to hide the sympathetic nervous system changes that occur when they provide a false response.

When under a doctor’s care, it’s important to stick to the treatment plan they’ve established. If the examinee doesn’t take their prescription as directed, it might throw off their metabolism, which could have major health repercussions. Generally speaking, the results of a polygraph test should not be affected by the use of prescription drugs. Most of the time, an examiner will be able to tell if a candidate is impaired by drugs or alcohol during an examination.

Medication such as diazepam (Valium) or methylphenidate (Ritalin) is often ineffective when used to try to cheat on a test. According to research published in 1983, test-takers who took these medicines before their exams performed significantly better. Substance abuse should prompt a pre- or post-test drug test. Certain medicines and pharmaceuticals may have an impact on the exam, however this usually only leads to a “inconclusive” result rather than a false one.

It is possible that some test takers will try to cheat by intentionally injuring themselves, moving about too much, or even trying to force themselves to stop breathing. Many such efforts can be spotted with the use of a motion-detection chair. If the examinee is worried about being caught, they are more likely to give accurate answers during the pertinent questions than they would be if they were in agony.

It is extremely unlikely that using drugs or other countermeasures before a test will turn a “deceptive” result into a “truthful” one. Verified accuracy rates as high as 95% are evidence of this.

A person who has done nothing wrong has no incentive to try to cheat on a test, but it doesn’t stop others from doing so.

Changes in the sympathetic nervous system are what the polygraph measures. A little amount of conscious control over the component of the neurological system that regulates heart rate and breathing is possible. Trained examiners will notice if you try to slow your heart rate or respiration rate. A dishonest individual taking an exam may try to influence the results by using drugs or other countermeasures to hide the sympathetic nervous system changes that occur when they provide a false response.

When under a doctor’s care, it’s important to stick to the treatment plan they’ve established. If the examinee doesn’t take their prescription as directed, it might throw off their metabolism, which could have major health repercussions. Generally speaking, the results of a polygraph test should not be affected by the use of prescription drugs. Most of the time, an examiner will be able to tell if a candidate is impaired by drugs or alcohol during an examination.

Medication such as diazepam (Valium) or methylphenidate (Ritalin) is often ineffective when used to try to cheat on a test. According to research published in 1983, test-takers who took these medicines before their exams performed significantly better. Substance abuse should prompt a pre- or post-test drug test. Certain medicines and pharmaceuticals may have an impact on the exam, however this usually only leads to a “inconclusive” result rather than a false one.

It is possible that some test takers will try to cheat by intentionally injuring themselves, moving about too much, or even trying to force themselves to stop breathing. Many such efforts can be spotted with the use of a motion-detection chair. If the examinee is worried about being caught, they are more likely to give accurate answers during the pertinent questions than they would be if they were in agony.

It is extremely unlikely that using drugs or other countermeasures before a test will turn a “deceptive” result into a “truthful” one. Verified accuracy rates as high as 95% are evidence of this.

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Our examiners are fully accredited and members of several Polygraph Associations.

We all use the latest technology and digital instruments. We have been vetted to the highest levels, worked with national and international intelligence services and can undertake the most sensitive investigations in a discreet and totally confidential manner.

We charge from £395 all inclusive at our office in Manchester, but by request we also offer our services at any other location of your choice.

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