Our Background Specialist Team will personally verify your applicant’s educational information. This report will include dates attended, major/minor, year graduated, degree, diploma or certificate received and any special achievements.
Our Background Specialist Team will personally verify your applicants past or current employment information.
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Polygraph testing for:
- Employment Verification
- Criminal Defense
- Identify the Guilty
- Clear the Wrongfully Accused
- Verify Information & Statements
- Violent Crimes
- Property Crimes
- Sex Crimes & Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
- Sexual Harassment
- Narcotic Investigations
- Hidden Assets
- Domestic Disputes
- Infidelity Issues
- Insurance Fraud
- Allegations of Child Abuse
- Civil Rights Matters
- Allegations of Official Misconduct
- Allegations of Public Corruption
- Equal Employment Opportunity Matters
- White Collar Crimes
- Missing Persons
- Law Enforcement, Government & Security Screening
- Any Time the Need for the Truth is Important
- What does a polygraph record
Your polygraph test will be given using a Stoelting Computer Polygraph (CPS). CPS was developed by Dr. David Raskin, Ph.D. and Dr. John Kircher, Ph.D. at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. During the polygraph test we will record your respiration, the ability of your skin.
How accurate are polygraphs
There have been more than 100 published scientific studies of the accuracy of polygraph testing. The over all accuracy of a properly administered polygraph test is between 90% and 95%.
Relationship & Marital Issues
Know the truth. Don’t be tormented by uncertainty. Bring your concerns to Florida Polygraph Associates for a professional, confidential and personalized polygraph examination of the person you suspect of being unfaithful in your relationship.
- Intimate Relations
- Illicit Sexual Relations
- Use of Escort or Prostitution Services
- Knowledge of Having or Contracting any known STD
- Engaging in Online Cyber Sex or Pornographic Activities
- Romantic Communications with Others via E-mail and Internet Chat Rooms
All polygraph testing is confidential and results can only be shared with the examinee and the requestor. Our examiners conduct low profile, non-accusatory type interviews. Questions may be modified to meet your specific needs.
I take medication, will this interfere with the test?
Taking medication prescribed by a physician or purchased "over the counter" will not usually interfere with the testing process. If you are taking medication, give the examiner a list of medications taken. Do not discontinue taking medication without the approval of your doctor.
What about Marijuana and other illegal drugs?
The use of illegal drugs is one of the most common chemical counter measurers used in polygraph testing. There are no legal or illegal drugs, that will allow someone to "beat" the test. Users of illegal drugs are detectable by changes in normal physiological reactions. Most examiners assume the use of chemicals to beat the test as an indicator of deception or guilt. It is important to remember, some illegal drugs increase the size and duration of reactions. If you are going to tell the examiner the truth, you are better off avoiding prescription medication not prescribed to you or illegal drugs.
What about InterNet sites describing "How to Beat the Polygraph"?
There are several sites on the InterNet devoted to "beating" the polygraph. All of the sites we reviewed provided archaic information and application of the "techniques to beat the test" are easily detectable and generally ineffective. Clients using physical counter measurers may be disqualified from testing.
Are polygraph tests and results confidential?
Prior to the polygraph test, you will be asked to sign authorization to release the interview and test results. The person or persons to receive test results will be disclosed. As a general rule, test results are confidential. Exceptions to confidentiality, occur when the examiner is a "mandatory reporter" involving child sexual abuse and the test is not conducted for an attorney. Regulatory bodies have access to tests and test information. Regulatory authority is prohibited from disclosing confidential information.
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