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Code of Ethics



In order for our staff to maintain the best standards and ethics, each of our examiners must comply with our Code of Ethics which consists of the below rules.

We follow ethical and scientific standards to conduct a lie detector test. Every member of our polygraph staff has undertaken the world-class polygraph training. This is an important reason behind our success nowadays.

We use successful and ethical methods to conduct a lie detection test every time. Our services satisfy clients and encourage them to choose our services again. Every client of our company gets the best value for their money. Thus, they prefer our professional polygraph testing service and recommend our company to their friends.. It is therefore our duty to abide the below code of ethics.

  1. Each examinee must be treated in a professional and respectful manner
  2. No verdict or opinion shall be published without substantial measurements made. The data collected during examination must meet basic standard accepted by the polygraph society
  3. Each examinee has the right to a post-examination interview, in which the examiner is obliged to explain certain reactions which have appeared on the data. This rule does not apply in situations in which a court decision has been stated that no post-interviews are to take place
  4. The examiner will not accept money or any kind of gifts which are intended to influence the examiner’s opinion
  5. An examiner will not conduct a polygraph test if there is an opinion that law defiance may take place
  6. Examiners will publish verdicts and opinions which are based on their based knowledge and abilities. It is prohibited to publish misleading information or false statements
  7. All information, stories, explanations received during the course of the examination shall not be published by the examiner to anyone who is not entitled to receive such kind of information
  8. The examiner will not ask questions with answers highly influenced on religious or political beliefs
  9. All examiners shall comply with the code of ethics of APA, American Polygraph Assosiation
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Research & Publications

Do you want to find out more about the science of lie detection? You will have seen them in the movies or TV shows, but there’s a lot more to lie detection than meets the eye. You may have questions, how do polygraphs work? Can they be cheated? Find out more by reading our guides and publications on lie detectors and the psychology behind lying.

What is a polygraph lie detector test?

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history of lie detector invention and evolution

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Can a polygraph test be cheated?

Polygraph testing has always been a controversial matter for all kinds of reasons. The most known controversy regards the devices accuracy

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Ancient methods of lie detection

Throughout the ages human beings have always searched for ways of verifying the truthfulness of the information received .

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How a polygraph works.

People are used to lying. One could even say, that lying has become a natural part of each human beings life.

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How to know when somebody is lying to you

For some, this question tends to be a reason for serious research. It is said that our body language can easily display if the things we are saying are true

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