EyeDetect: Best Lie Detector | 97-99% Accuracy with Polygraph

Combine EyeDetect with Polygraph to get 97-99% outcome confidence. There’s no other combination of lie detector tests with that level of accuracy.

Polygraph and Successive Hurdles:

EyeDetect® with Polygraph = 97-99% Outcome Confidence

If you’re a polygraph examiner who needs to screen large groups of candidates or who wishes to obtain very high rates of confidence of those tested, EyeDetect can help with both goals.

If EyeDetect and polygraph are used in succession, they combine statistically for an outcome confidence as high as 97-99% when an examinee passes or fails both tests. To see how, read the AAPP Journal article here.

In short, you can conduct more tests in less time and have a high level of confidence in the results. This makes polygraph + EyeDetect the best lie detector.

Use EyeDetect and Polygraph Together

Raskin & Kircher invented the computerized polygraph; they also developed EyeDetect. They were conducting polygraph research in the 1970’s and started conducting EyeDetect research in 2002.

Real Situation—Time is Money

(Note: This example applies to the use of lie detection testing within a private company.)

This example is based on actual events:

A manufacturing company suffered a $100,000 theft of merchandise from the warehouse. Based on the intimate knowledge the thief had of the company’s premises, security cameras, entrances, and procedures, the owner suspected it was an inside job.

In this case, he could use EyeDetect or polygraph, or both.

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Scenario 1: Polygraph Only

The polygraph examiner could test everyone with access to the area where the merchandise was stolen. In this incident, there were 15 employees.

These event-specific polygraphs would take 7.5 days to conduct with the examiner conducting 2 tests a day.

Time: 7.5. days. The perpetrator would be found with 80-90% certainty.

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Scenario 2: EyeDetect + Polygraph

In this case, EyeDetect was used to test 15 people. The tests took less than 1.5 days with one examiner conducting 10 tests a day.

Three employees were found deceptive for “stealing from your employer.” These three were polygraphed over the course of 1.5 days.

Time: 3 days. The perpetrator was discovered with 98% confidence in the test outcome and two others were caught in unrelated thefts.

Accuracy Table

“Using EyeDetect and polygraph in a successive hurdles model is the most scientifically effective way to increase screening accuracy.”

—Mark Handler, independent polygraph examiner and board member of the American Polygraph Association (APA) and former member of the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP).

Successive Hurdles

In the typical hiring process, applicants must pass through multiple tests (or hurdles). These include:

  • Job application
  • Initial interview
  • Physical agility test
  • Psych evaluation
  • Written test
  • Criminal background check
  • Reference check
  • Credibility assessment (lie detection)
  • Medical screening
EyeDetect Verification

In most hiring processes, if an applicant fails one test, that person is disqualified. Consider the time, effort and expense of conducting these hurdles. In the best model, each hurdle is progressively more time-consuming, more expensive and more intrusive.

Applying an EyeDetect test at the beginning of the process would not only be one of the least expensive steps, it would filter out applicants with disqualifying behaviors. You can focus on more valuable applicants, thus improving the rate of honesty of the entire applicant pool. In addition, EyeDetect and IdentityDetect do not discriminate based on age, sex, race, religion, etc.

Lie detection can be faster, more accurate, and even more profitable.