Partner Sex Offender Lie Detector Test for Relationship Safety
Introducing a new partner to your family or proceeding in a new relationship can be exciting, but it is important to prioritize your safety. There have been instances where sex offenders convince their partners that their actions were not substantiated, or previous sex offences were just rumors with no official record. In such cases, a Partner Sex Offender Lie Detector Test can be the solution.
Sarah’s Law and Unconvicted Sexual Offences
England and Wales have introduced Sarah’s Law to check the sexual offences record before granting access to children. However, some people may have offended but never been convicted. This is where our Partner Sex Offender Lie Detector Test comes in, to help ensure your partner has never committed any sexual offences. This becomes even more crucial when taking the next step in the relationship, such as moving in together.
In summary, our Partner Sex Offender Lie Detector Test can be used as a safety measure before introducing a new partner to your family or proceeding in a new relationship where there is suspicion or doubt. It can help provide clarity and assurance that your partner has never committed any sexual offences, giving you peace of mind and a safe path forward in your relationship.
Our lie detector test typically lasts about two hours and involves three stages.
The Person Being Examined: It is essential that the person being examined adheres to our pre-test requirements in preparation for the test.
The Environment: The room in which the test is conducted should be free of any disturbances or distractions that could affect the accuracy of the results.
The Examiner: Our examiners are accredited by the American Polygraph Association (APA) and possess extensive experience in conducting similar cases to ensure that the test is conducted professionally and appropriately.
The Equipment: We use Lafayette Instruments, the same state-of-the-art equipment used in high-level polygraph testing around the world, to ensure that our results are as accurate as possible.