Lie Detector Test near me?

Lie detector tests are available to the general public.

Polygraph tests are confidential and private. The polygraph examiners are committed to making your experience taking a lie detector test as friendly as possible without compromising integrity and standards in the polygraph profession. Get a lie detector test scheduled at a location in your area.

Ask the Polygraph Examiner if he or she is a graduate of American Polygraph Association Accredited Polygraph School. You should be able to speak with the Polygraph Examiner over the phone and ask questions before you send any payment.

A standard polygraph test contains 3 main questions, on the same subject matter (with single issue testing). The remaining questions are general fill-in questions, which are placed between the 3 main questions. Keep in mind, most polygraph tests are given to get the truth regarding one, very important, question.

Good Polygraph Test Questions

  1. Since being with John, have you had any sex with anyone else?
  2. Since marrying Jane, have you had sexual intercourse with anyone else?
  3. Since being with John, except for Steve, have you had sex with anyone else?
  4. Have you ever had any physical sex act with Cindy?
  5. Since being with Jane, have you had any sex with any other female?
  6. Did you have sex with Cindy more than those 3 times?
  7. Have you ever told Cindy that you love her?
  8. Have you ever had sex with anyone from your work?
  9. Did you take any part of that missing deposit?
  10. Do you know where that missing diamond ring was taken?

Bad Polygraph Test Questions

  1. Did you ever cheat on John?
  2. Since marrying Jane, have you been faithful?
  3. Since being with John, have you cheated on him with other men?
  4. Did you cheat on me with Cindy?
  5. Have you ever cheated on Jane?
  6. Are you cheating on me with Cindy?
  7. Do you love Cindy?
  8. Are you cheating on me with someone from your work?
  9. Did you steal money from work?
  10. Do you have Jane’s jewelry?

Fidelity / Relationship Tests

  1. Is my wife having an affair with that guy from work?
  2. Someone told me that he saw my boyfriend with another girl, but he denies it.
  3. Are all those phone calls and text messages for work?
  4. Is he carrying on an internet relationship?
  5. Is he still spending hours each day looking at internet porn?

Do you need to know the truth? Do you need to prove the truth to someone else? A lie detector test may determine the truth in a variety of issues, including family issues. Lie detector tests and polygraph tests are used to find out the truth if your partner has cheated on you, if a family member is stealing or lying to you about drugs, abuse, addictions or a variety of other issues. Polygraph testing is confidential, professional and accurate.

What is a Polygraph?

A polygraph test, commonly known as a lie detector test, is a scientific test that collects physiological data from a person with the purpose of identifying reactions associated with dishonesty or deception. At least three systems in the human body are recorded during a polygraph examination.

Respiratory activity is monitored by placing rubber tubes across the examinee’s upper and lower chest. Electro-dermal activity is recorded by placing two small attachments on two fingers of one hand. Cardiovascular activity (changes in blood volume activity, not your blood pressure) is monitored by a blood pressure cuff.

The lie detector test/ polygraph exam is able to record physiological changes in your body when you lie and when you tell the truth. These changes, when interpreted by a professional polygraph examiner, are supporting evidence of truth or deception.


Lie Detection Services

 Polygraph examiners should be graduates of American Polygraph Association Accredited polygraph schools. This means they were formally trained, and were not taught “in house” by another Polygraph Examiner, without attending Polygraph School.

  • Criminal Accusations          
  • Suspected Infidelity      
  • Media       
  • Corporate & Business Matters
  • Divorce and Child Custody
  • Youth and Teen Drug/Alcohol Use
  • Internal Theft & Embezzlement
  • Employee Theft
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Abuse Allegations
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Civil Litigation Support.
  • Relationship, Family Issues
  • Academic Matters

 Get the Truth today for your peace of mind. Find a Polygraph Examiner in your city or state to schedule a Polygraph Test. 


Polygraph testing, also known as a lie detector test or exam, is a highly effective investigative tool traditionally only utilized by law enforcement and government agencies. However, it is now available to all individuals and private companies. Our services are used regularly throughout United States.  

Polygraph testing, is proven to have an accuracy rate of over 99.4% and is used regularly by clients of all types to ensure infidelity, finding the truth on important or critical matters, or just exposing lies within a relationship of any kind. The polygraph examiner’s goal is to provide clients with accurate information. All polygraph examinations are conducted in a professional and personal manner.


Most Polygraph Examiners use computerized polygraph instruments to conduct Polygraph Examinations. 

Every polygraph examination is administered in a discreet and professional manner. Our Polygraph Examiners follow approved standards in the field and utilize the latest computerized polygraph systems. The aim is to determine the truth.  Careful attention must be given to every person being examined. Everyone has the right to be examined with dignity and impartiality.



How accurate are polygraph tests?

According to the American Polygraph Association, researchers conducted 12 studies of the validity of field examinations, following 2,174 field examinations, providing an average accuracy of 99.4%. 

Are polygraph test results admissible in court?


What can I expect during the exam?

Polygraph Examinations generally start with a brief interview where the process is explained, the questions to be asked will be agreed, and you will be able to ask any questions necessary to put your mind at ease. Polygraph examiners are impartial third parties; they have no stake in the outcome of the exam, so you are always treated in a fair, courteous and impartial manner.

What If I am nervous will It affect the exam results?

 Generally, no. The Polygraph Examiner will do everything possible to put you at ease prior to the actual examination by answering all your questions and letting you know what to expect during the exam. A certain amount of anxiety is perfectly normal, and will not affect the outcome of the examination.  Furthermore, it is normal for an innocent person to be nervous, the Polygraph Examiner is aware of this. Nervousness does not prevent them from distinguishing between the truth and deception..

I have high blood pressure, will it look as though I am lying?

 No, while blood pressure is one of the recordings, high blood pressure does not invalidate the results of the test. If you are currently under a doctor’s care for a medical condition, be sure to tell your examiner.

It is most important that during the examination you be as comfortable as possible. The only discomfort experienced may be a slight pressure on the arm from the blood pressure cuff.


How long does test take?

Most polygraph tests may be completed in less than an hour when the main questions are discussed in advance, and prepared by the Polygraph Examiner before your appointment.

What does A polygraph consist of?

A Polygraph Examination (lie detector test) consists of two separate and distinct phases for non criminal issue testing.

The “Pre-Test” interview, the “In-Test” phase.

PRE-TEST INTERVIEW – During the pre-test interview, the Polygraph Examiner will explain your legal rights and the voluntary nature of the examination.

IN-TEST PHASE – At this point the Polygraph Examiner will review all the key test questions with you. 2-3 tests will then be conducted which will include the reviewed key questions.  There will be no surprise or “trick” questions on any test.