Lie detector tests are usually administered by the police. However, Private Detective Bradford has certified examiners that allows its client this service
(PRWEB UK) 25 June 2014
According to the article by Sky News, dated 24 May 2014: Sex Offenders Face Lie Detector Tests, lie detector test will be administered for a thousand of the country’s most dangerous sex offenders. The tests are to be carried out as part of new measures issued by the ministry of justice. Also, probation officers will be undergoing training so they will be able to use polygraphs. The ministry of justice is hoping these new measures will give them a chance monitor the offenders better, as well as reduce the danger that pedophiles pose to the public.
The Sky report goes on to say that sex offenders which are classified as high-risk offenders will be tested by a group consisting of seven officers in 12-week training programme with the assistance of polygraph experts from the US, where lie detector tests have a much wider use. In addition to being submitted to lie detector tests every six months, the Government also plans to implement satellite tags, as well highly controversial libido suppressants, more commonly known as “chemical castration”.
Justice Minister Jeremy Wright said: "We are determined that Britain has one of the toughest regimes in the world for managing sex offenders, to stop reoffending and to protect victims."
As response to the article published by Sky News, Private Detective Bradford (http://privatedetective-bradford.co.uk/) would like to inform the public about the wide applications of lie detector tests, as well as their effectiveness when it comes to solving cases. Not only can they help when it comes to matters that were described in the article, but also when it comes to corporate investigation, fraud and asset tracing. Polygraph tests can also be applied when solving matters that are more personal, such as marriage or background checks on someone a client had recently met. Private Detective Bradford investigators are specially trained in order to be able to carry out lie detector tests. They are also capable on analyzing the results, and drawing precise conclusions from them, which leads to the truth. In most cases, lie detector test are used when a person wants to clear their name after they have been wrongfully accused. The test will help them save their job, or their place in society, as well as direct the course of the investigation toward the person that is guilty.
Private Detective Bradford chief investigator, Chris Reid, after reading the article, took the time to raise the awareness about how essential lie detector tests really are. He also added: “Lie detector tests are usually administered by the police. However, Private Detective Bradford has certified examiners that allows its client this service, so they can solve their personal or professional issues more effectively. Our private investigators are at your disposal. All it takes is a single phone call.”