How do you know what questions to ask?
After you have scheduled and paid for your exam, you will need to complete the three (3) forms listed below. These forms give you the opportunity to tell us your side of the story, what questions and concerns you have. Based off the forms, your suggested questions and the pres-exam interview, the polygraph examiner will formulate up to four (4) relevant questions to be asked on the polygraph exam. These questions will be reviewed with you prior to the exam and you’ll approve the final questions before the exam begins to ensure they meet your intentions.
Two (2) of the forms are ONLY to be completed by the Subject taking the exam. Nobody else but the Subject may complete these forms. Click the name of the form to be taken to the online form and once complete submit online.
THE REPORTING PARTY: SPOUSE/ SIGNIFICANT OTHER / ACCUSER / VICTIM FORMS
The reporting party is the person making the allegation against the Subject. In an infidelity (cheating) case, this would the be Subject’s significant other. All other cases, it would be the Accuser or Victim. The reporting party is required to submit the one (1) form below no less than 24 business hours prior to the examination date.
All forms are HIPAA compliant to protect your information and privacy. All forms are required and are due no less than 24 business hours prior to the examination date and time.
What type of exams do you specialize in?
Investigator Nash specializes in private, civil exams of a relationship or sexual nature to include:
- Infidelity / Cheating
- Marriage / Couple’s Therapeutic Exams
- Virtual / Online / Cyber Sex & Relationships
- Sex Addiction including Acting Out, Porn & Fetish
- Full Disclosure Statement Validations
- CSAT / ASAT Recommended Exams
- Rape / Sexual Assault
- Molestation / Pedophilia
- Victim Testing
- Post-Conviction Sex Offender
- Illegal Sex Acts (Prostitution, Human Trafficking, etc..)
- Criminal Testing up to & including Murder
- Applicant Screening & Pre-Employment
Will my results be public or private?
All exams are private and confidential unless the client authorizes us to publicly share their information. By default, you are protected. You must consent for us to share your information.