Polygraph services

There are many areas where polygraph examinations have been proven to be very successful in resolving important issues, which include:

  • Thefts
  • Infidelity
  • False accusations of sexual assault
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Witness statements
  • Suspects of a crime
  • Security clearance
  • Sex offender monitoring
  • Mediation
  • Insurance fraud
  • Relationship issues
  • Estate Conflicts
  • Drug use
  • No alibi to confirm whereabouts
  • Immigration

Who can benefit from polygraph services?

General Public:

Where the need to know the truth is absolute. Why wait years to resolve problems that have been dragging you down for years and affecting your life? You can resolve this problem in one day.

  • False Statements
  • Sexual abuse
  • False statements made against the client
  • Hidden assets

Lawyer’s Requests:

  • Eliminate as a suspect of a crime
  • Matrimonial problems
  • Civil Law (e.g., sexual abuse)
  • Mens Rea
  • Administrative Law (e.g., accused of cheating on exam; sexual harassment; misappropriation of funds?)
  • Labour-Arbitration (e.g., harassment of an employee)
  • Workmen’s Compensation
  • Immigration Law

Private Investigators:

  • Various aspects of their security service: infidelity, missing persons, fraud, etc.

Relationship Issues

  • Partner disputes
  • Infidelity by partner
  • Not being truthful about sexual history
  • Sexual abuse
  • Partner accused of having sex with Internet acquaintance
  • Partner accused of seeing his ex
  • Partner accused of frequenting massage parlor, strip bars

Drug Use:

  • Suspected use or abuse of drugs
  • Women suspected of using drugs that resulted in her losing custody of children
  • Family members being tested for drug use and drug trafficking
  • Steroid testing for Weight Lifter Competitions
  • Abuse of prescription drugs

Wrongful Dismissals:

  • Employee wants to prove that the allegations made against them were false

Insurance Fraud:

Insurance companies will seriously consider making payments if you are willing to consent to a polygraph examination.