How do you reveal if someone is lying or telling the truth? Polygraphs are lie detector tests which measure and record physiological reactions to questioning, providing strong evidence of the truthfulness of a person’s responses.
When and how is the polygraph detector used?
When conducting private or corporate investigations, Femida operatives gather evidence in order to complete a client’s case.
However, in some cases, additional confirmation or refutation of suspicions is required:
- Conflicts between business partners. A conversation monitored by a polygraph helps to avoid misunderstandings, to prove honesty of intentions and sincerity in decision making.
- Misunderstandings between spouses or lovers. A fidelity check clarifies the situation best, but sometimes answering the tricky questions under the control of a polygraph are enough.
- Acute interpersonal conflicts. In some cases, the clarification of relations comes to a standstill – each side insists they are right. A lie detector test helps to resolve the situation.
The voluntary consent of all participants to the audit is essential, which is documented without exception.
We provide full support in preparing for a polygraph test – we explain the essence of the procedure and the possible consequences. If necessary, we engage an experienced psychologist which is helpful when resolving matters of great delicacy.
Tests and analysis of the results are carried out by a qualified specialist who has been trained to operate the device.
Polygraph results and analysis may not always be admissible in court. They may however be used to strengthen suspicion and as a means of justify further investigative actions.
We conduct investigations of any complexity with the aim to resolve each client’s case. We always comply with the law, it makes easier evidence legalization in the police or court.