National Probation Service

01

Jul

UK Governments Latest Advice on Polygraph Testing

  1. What are we going to do? We will commence a 3 year pilot of mandatory polygraph examinations on domestic abuse perpetrators released on licence identified as being at high risk of causing serious harm. A 3 year pilot will provide sufficient time to build up the necessary numbers of released offenders to conduct a robust evaluation. […]

British Polygraph Association

18

May

British Polygraph Association and the UKPA

The U.K. Polygraph Association (UKPA) www.polygraphassociation.co.uk formerly the British Polygraph Association is celebrating its first anniversary as the UKPA. In the past the professional polygraph examiners in the U.K. have lacked a unifying body to support and encourage Continued Professional Development (CPD) and the free flow of the exchange of experience between fellow professionals. Also of great[…]

Unqualified Polygraph Examiners

01

Apr

Unqualified Polygraph Examiners ruin the Reputation of the Lie Detector Industry

Unqualified Polygraph Examiners ruin the Reputation of the Lie Detector Industry Critics of this polygraph assert that the machine does not detect lies and they are completely perfect! The lie detector test steps physiological reactions for deception. Unqualified polygraph examiners are not trained to analyse these responses accurately. The test is only as good as the polygraph[…]