A polygraph exam (or lie detector test) uses an instrument (commonly referred to as the lie detector) that monitors and records various changes in the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems while a series of carefully designed questions is asked of the person who is attached to the instrument.
The Polygraph Examiner is the qualified person conducting the exam, while the Examinee is the term used for the test participant.
Our polygraph examiners only use and operate polygraph equipment, which fully complies with the APA and BEPA requirements. This equipment is capable of continuously recording:
A polygraph exam (or lie detector test) can take anywhere between 90 minutes and 3 hours to complete (the average being around 2 hours).
The longest part of the process is the pre-test interview which takes on average 45 – 60 minutes.
We are committed to providing a world class service to our clients and all examinees will be treated with the utmost respect and dignity.
The following is an overview of the different phases involved in a Polygraph exam.
Whatever the outcome of the examination, a full written report will be issued for each examinee. These written reports will be sent to the client within 24 hours (1 working day) of the final exam being conducted.
The report will contain all pertinent information derived from the polygraph exam.
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