A unique network of Polygraph Testing Clinics throughout the UK providing Lie Detector services to private individuals and corporate clients.
In many cases, the evidence of adultery is not definitive, and so the only way to find out the truth is through a Polygraph test from a qualified polygraph examiner.
The Polygraph Test can be used to effectively identify theft in the workplace. Polygraph tests are also a perfect alternative or additional drug and alcohol testing technique.
Pre-employment screening using Polygraph Testing will uncover deception and protect both the company and your workforce.
If you are faced with a personal or family matter that cannot be resolved, BioClinic’s Polygraph Testing service can provide the answers you need.
The BioClinics have over 15 years experience providing accredited testing to the legal and government sector, for the workplace and the general public.
Through a unique network of local Polygraph (Lie Detector) Testing Clinics and Mobile Polygraph Examiners, BioClinics provide on-site and off-site polygraph (lie detector) testing services, throughout the UK and Ireland.
This world class polygraph testing service (lie detector service) is available to the general public, as well as attorneys, therapists, corporations, and government agencies such as Social Services.
BioClinics commitment to quality means that all the polygraph examiners working in our polygraph testing (lie detector testing) clinics or providing mobile examination services are:
Our Polygraph Testing Service is endorsed by the Chairman of the British and European Polygraph Association and by the British Polygraph Training Academy. The service is offered in partnership with the British Polygraph Network.
Polygraph exams are often referred to as lie detector tests. The term ‘lie detector testing’ is thought to have originated from a nickname given to the instrumentation used by the polygraph examiner. The polygraph instrument records various aspects of your body's Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems.
It is often called the ’lie detector’ because it picks up changes in these systems when a person makes an untrue statement. However, polygraph experts say it would be more appropriate to call the test a truth verifier rather than a lie detector test.
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