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How can a Lie Detector test help you?
- Do you have feelings of uncertainty about your partner?
- Are you the one being accused by a controlling and paranoid partner?
- 70% of people tell between 2 and 200 lies a day on average.
- These lies may range from white lies to more serious lies..
- As a result of defensive white lies does your partner now accuse you of infidelity and making your relationship painful?
- Have you been wrongfully accused of an Act you did not do?
- Is someone lying to gain leverage in a family law situation or some other circumstance?
Experienced and Certified Lie Detector Specialist with Post Graduate diploma in Social Health and Counselling can Assist you with
options ranging from counseling referrals to polygraph testing available for you to address your situation
Law enforcement agencies in the USA arrange polygraph (lie detector) tests as a means to detect whether someone is being truthful
or deceptive. Although not legal in a trial they can be used to point suspicion away or toward a suspect. People are not able to hide
the physiological conditions that occur within the human body when telling a lie.
How do you pass a Lie Detector test?
The Truth in entirety will see you through the exam. No rationalisation, no minimisation, just plain 100% truth.
If you are telling the Truth you will pass even if you feel natural nervousness. Our Fully Computerized Polygraph Instruments.
Have a high degree of accuracy when used by our experienced and qualified Polygraph examiners.
How is a Polygraph Test conducted in Australia?
Our Polygraph Examiners are fully qualified and certified members of the British & European Polygraph Associations. To qualify
for full membership a person must have a degree, preferred ex law enforcement experience and have completed an approved course
of polygraph studies at a college approved by the association. Continuous professional development is encouraged by undertaking
additional advanced training in polygraph on a regular basis. We have certification of continuous professional development having
attended a number of advanced seminar courses held by the American Polygraph Association after graduation in KL back in 2004.
What is the process of a Lie Detector test using a polygraph instrument?
A typical polygraph test will include an interview, a chart collection phase and a test data analysis phase.
Lie Detector Interview phase involves the polygraph examiner reviewing the backgrounds of the people and the case and
completing the required paperwork. He or she then formulates and reviews the test questions in such a way as to obtain clear
responses which may be a "yes" or a "no". During this period, the polygraph examiner will discuss the questions to be asked and
familiarise the person with other aspects of the testing procedure.
Data collection phase is where the sensors are attached to the person and the recording process commences. The questions
are read by the polygraph tester to the person being tested for lie detection. A minimum of three charts are recorded. After each
question is asked, a 25 second period follows whereby the instrumentation records autonomic responses to each question.
During the Post test phase, the examiner will analyse the charts which represent the traces of physiological responses and
makes calculations as to whether the person has been deceptive or not. Our polygraphist can then make calculations and determine
the truthfulness of the person taking the test.
The interview skills, qualifications, training and experience of the examiner are crucial in ensuring an effective lie detector test.
Our certified polygraph examiner is a prior Australian Customs Officer and has been successfully conducting lie detector tests since
2004. The whole process takes approximately two hours.