Lie Detector UK’s operating framework refers to the set of guidelines and procedures that the company follows in order to ensure that all polygraph examinations are conducted in a professional, ethical, and accurate manner. It includes policies and protocols for various aspects of the examination process, including booking and payment procedures, client confidentiality, examiner conduct and behavior, and conditions required for conducting the examination.
The framework also outlines the expectations and responsibilities of clients in order to ensure that they fully understand the examination process and what is required of them.
Additionally, the operating framework emphasizes the company’s commitment to ongoing training and development for its examiners in order to maintain the highest level of professionalism and accuracy in all examinations.
Overall, the operating framework is designed to ensure that all clients receive reliable, accurate, and trustworthy polygraph examination services.
At our company, we conduct polygraph examinations to investigate deception and uncover the truth in a variety of cases. Our strict operating framework is designed to ensure that our examinations are accurate, professional, and reliable.
- We understand the sensitive nature of the cases we handle and are committed to protecting the confidentiality of our clients.
- We will not disclose any information about our clients or their cases without their explicit consent, except as required by law.
- Accreditation and Training
- Our examiners are accredited by the American Polygraph Association and have received extensive training from internationally recognized trainers and organizations.
- We require our examiners to undergo regular continual professional development training to maintain the highest standards of professionalism and expertise.
- Controlled Environments
- We conduct polygraph examinations in controlled environments to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the results.
- We may conduct examinations at residential addresses if the examiner determines that it is viable and certain conditions are met to create a controlled environment.
- Code of Conduct
- We adhere to a strict code of conduct to ensure the integrity and accuracy of our polygraph examinations.
- We do not tolerate any aggressive or untoward behavior towards our examiners, and any attempt to bribe, influence, or threaten an examiner will result in the police being notified.
- Test Questions
- We only ask relevant, closed-ended, and issue-specific questions during the polygraph examination.
- We limit the number of questions asked to maintain the accuracy and credibility of the test results.
- Payment, Deposits, and Cancellations
- To proceed with a polygraph examination, we require a non-refundable booking fee and full payment 48 hours before the examination.
- In the event of cancellation, we will retain the booking fee, but the balance will be refunded if canceled prior to the 48-hour deadline.
- We will actively attempt to contact clients before the payment deadline and may reschedule the examination if unforeseen circumstances arise.
Polygraph Examination Process
- Pre-Test Interview
- Before the actual polygraph examination, the examiner will conduct a pre-test interview with the examinee to establish rapport and assess their suitability for the examination.
- During this interview, the examiner will explain the polygraph examination process, the purpose of the test, and the types of questions that will be asked.
- The examiner will also ask the examinee about any medical or psychological conditions that may affect the results of the test.
- The examiner will provide the examinee with an opportunity to ask questions and address any concerns they may have about the process.
- Polygraph Examination
- The polygraph examination is conducted using state-of-the-art equipment that measures physiological responses such as blood pressure, respiration rate, and sweat gland activity.
- The examinee will be connected to the equipment using non-invasive sensors, and the examiner will ask a series of relevant, closed-ended questions.
- During the examination, the examiner will monitor the examinee’s physiological responses to each question to determine the accuracy of their answers.
- The examination typically lasts between one and three hours, depending on the number of questions asked and the complexity of the case.
- Post-Test Interview
- After the polygraph examination, the examiner will review the results and conduct a post-test interview with the examinee to explain the findings and answer any questions they may have.
- The examiner will provide the examinee with a written report of the examination, including the questions asked, the examinee’s responses, and the results of the analysis.
- The examiner will also provide the examinee with an opportunity to discuss the results and address any concerns they may have.