Law firms often use polygraph examinations to corroborate client statements. Skilled criminal defense lawyers use polygraph examination results to better prepare for their defense or to get charges against their clients reduced or dismissed.
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The Employee Polygraph Protection Act prohibits most companies from requiring or requesting that employees submit to polygraph tests. Subject to restrictions, the Act does permit polygraph testing of certain employees of private firms who are reasonably suspected of involvement in a workplace incident (theft, embezzlement, etc.) which resulted in specific economic loss or injury to the employer. Contact us to discuss your matter.
The Employee Polygraph Protection Act prohibits most companies from requiring or requesting job applicants to submit to polygraph tests. Subject to restrictions, the Act does permit polygraph examinations to be administered to certain job applicants of security service firms (armored car, alarm, and guard) and of pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and dispensers.
Research has shown the three leading benefits of polygraph screening were that applications were more honestly completed; higher quality employees were hired; and there were fewer undesirable employees. Polygraph testing your applicants can save your company a lot of money.
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A polygraph examination can help resolve insurance claims quickly and efficiently. Polygraph examinations are taken voluntarily, but if a claimant refuses, the case will need additional investigation. When claimants know their cases are getting additional scrutiny, they may agree to take the polygraph or withdraw fraudulent claims. A polygraph examination by a federally certified examiner can save your insurance company time and money.
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Focusing on physical and operational security risk management, ORTSEC can help you create a strong security environment. ORTSEC conducts security assessments and can help your company or business develop security policy. Contact us to discuss your specific needs.
Because sometimes talking to people is all we need to do. Professionals at ORTSEC do not always need to use the polygraph technique to validate a statement or obtain an admission. The individual may not be willing to take a polygraph examination but would consider discussing the matter at hand. You may have only one chance to talk to the individual. Let us do the talking. Contact us to see how a forensic interview can get you positive results.