Polygraph warranty contract India | Rules for polygraph tests
Code of Ethics of Polygraph India. Performing polygraph tests is first and foremost a matter of trust. At Polygraph India we put that trust in writing so that clients, examinees and examiners have a roadmap and knowledge of minimum services.
1 . Rights of the examinee
1.1. The forensic psycho-physiologist professionals of Polygraph India must respect the rights and dignity of all the people to whom they administer polygraph exams.
1.2. All professionals from Polygraph India may only carry out a polygraph exam on a person who voluntarily decided to submit to the polygraph exam, regardless of the circumstances that gave rise to the test, it being imperative that the subject confirm their consent in writing, signing the corresponding document. Polygraph India does not administer polygraph exams against the will of the subject and therefore undertakes to respect the will of the person examined.
1.3. All polygraph tests carried out by Polygraph India are confidential, and the disclosure of the information obtained is only possible with the explicit consent of the person examined. The tested subject is the only one who can indicate the persons or entities receiving the test results, unless this is required by court order or by law.
2 . Exam restrictions
2.1. No polygraph examination will be administered to an individual when, in the opinion of the examiner, the individual is unfit to take the test.
2.2. Polygraph India does not carry out polygraph tests, questions intended to investigate or develop information about activities, affiliations or beliefs about religion, politics or race, except in cases of interest for a specific investigation.
2.3. Polygraph tests are not performed on minors without the explicit consent of a legal representative and on pregnant women.
2.4. The conditions in which a polygraph test is conducted must be free of distractions.
2.5. Examiners conducting polygraph tests with a live audience cannot give an opinion on truth or deception, basing their opinion on public evidence. Opinions must be based on tests carried out in complete privacy.
3 . Polygraph exams
3.1. A polygraph exam can never be administered unless they use an instrument capable of simultaneously recording at least three (3) channels: Pneumograph, Cardio, and GRS.
3.2. An opinion, written or verbal, cannot be given without the person examined having made a minimum of three (3) charts that include the relevant questions on the subject of the investigation in the case of specific polygraph tests.
4 . Restrictions on the issuance of opinions
4.1. A Polygraph India professional should not provide any report or opinion on the medical or psychological state of the examinee if he does not have the qualifications to do so. This does not prevent the examiner from describing the appearance or behavior of the person tested. Decisions on the results of polygraph tests should be restricted to data obtained by the polygraph only.
4.2. A Polygraph India professional must not knowingly submit, or allow to submit, a misleading or false report on a polygraph examination. Each polygraph report must be a factual statement, unbiased and objective information developed during the examination. The examiner’s professional conclusion must be based on the analysis of the polygraph data.
5 . Fee
Polygraph India does not request or accept fees, gratuities or gifts intended to influence the final opinion, decision or information in the report. Values do not change as a direct consequence of decision or review, subsequent to a polygraph examination.
6 . Advertisements
6.1. A professional from Polygraph India must not deliberately make, publish or cause to be published false or misleading statements or advertisements related to the profession of polygraph or forensic psycho-physiology.
6.2. Polygraph India cannot make any public statement regarding a polygraph examination without the explicit consent of the interested party examined, by court order or that is the purpose of the test.
6.3. A polygraph examination should not be conducted when there is reason to believe that the examination is intended to avoid or defy the law.
NOTE: If you wish to file a complaint regarding the violation of any of these articles of the Polygraph India code of ethics, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please identify yourself and indicate the name of the Polygraph India professional, the date and place of the polygraph test.