The lie detector test was created in 1921 by John Augustus Larson. He was a medical student at the University of California as well as a police officer of the Berkeley Police Department.
Even though it is concluded that a lie detector is often unsuccessful in detecting a highly experienced or excessively nervous lair, its best performance is estimated to be 98% of success. The courts still don’t accept the result of the polygraph. But it is still used by many police and investigation firms.
How It Works
A lair is detected by three means, during an examination his/ her breathing, heart beat and sweating are measured.
Accuracy of a lie detector test
A genuine accuracy of the lie detector test depends more on the examiner’s experience than on the machine. There exists no device out there that can truly detect a person’s deception, the same way that an x-ray machine cannot accurately identify the broken bones in one’s body. The examiner is the primary lie detector, and to create these experts who can detect lies, in depth training needs to be provided.
The team that is employed at Secure Polygraph Solutions contains experts in lie detector testing. They have all the necessary qualifications and have enough experience working with polygraph tests, experience which they have garnered over an extended period.
We have witnessed many cases where the absence of an expert has resulted in serious concerns. For example, some individuals that have tried DIY Lie Detectors to examine their partners and employees; however, those aren’t reliable and are more appropriate for entertainment purposes compared to serious issues. This is an issue that should be addressed by an expert.
When using Secure Polygraph Solutions, there is no doubt that our lie detector tests will certainly provide up to 100% accurate results. We have experts who understand their job completely and are passionate about finding out the truth.
This is where the TRUTH starts.