Polygraph testing is often used to either confirm or disprove a person's involvement in any suspect activity or wrongdoing.

Polygraph testing is of great assistance in the absence of other corroborative evidence (i.e. one person's word against another).

Polygraphs are frequently used for:
· Domestic dispute resolution
· Employee theft / fraud
· Unfair dismissals
· Industrial espionage
· Insurance investigations
· Bribery / kickback allegations
· Professional misconduct cases
· False / malicious allegations
· Sporting bodies
· Media & current affairs
· Sexual harassment claims
· Truth testing

Types of polygraph tests:

Pre-Employment Examinations
You are about to employ a new senior manager. Your choice of person will reflect on your decision-making ability. How do you make sure you are employing the right person?
A pre-employment polygraph test will set you mind at ease and help you decide on the right candidate.

Criminal Investigations
A laptop computer has disappeared from your offices. A consignment of goods was never delivered but the driver swears he knows nothing. How do you resolve this?
A criminal or specific polygraph test will help you to clear the matter up in a matter of hours.
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Polygraph results are not admissable in South AFrican Courts, but can be used as evidence at the CCMA provided there is a corroborative evidence that supports the polygraph result.

Scores of studies have been done on the accuracy of polygraph testing.  According to a review, the American National Council reported accuracy indexes of .86 and .89 and this is on a scale of 0 to 1.

Who Qualifies as an examiner?
A person is qualified to receive a license as an examiner if:
He or she is a person of good moral character;
passed an examination conducted by the Licensing Committee;
who holds a BA degree from an accredited college or university;
has satisfactorily completed 6 months of study in the detection of deception.

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