Five Ways To Find Out The Truth!

By on December 21, 2012

Observation
It may seem obvious but the best way of finding out the truth is often right in front of you. If you have suspicions that someone is lying to you then you have already done the first step in recognising it. You probably know the individual best and will be able to pick up any changes efficiently, just don’t doubt yourself. When people are lying they often give out physical indications that they are doing so, as long as you’re aware and keep an eye out, you’ll see the signs.

Surveillence
If you think someone has been lying to you about where they’ve been or who they’ve been with then there is a quick way to find out and evidence the findings. There are different types of surveillence which means it works for a variety of situations and the best method for your case will be discussed with you by an operative. Not only does surveillence show the actions and activities of an individual, it also provides evidence at the same time which can be used to present to a target or for legal proceedings in court.

GPSTracking
Vehicle tracking is a discreet way of following the journeys and stops of the transportation of an individual you have suspicions about. Tracking is also simple and subtle to set up though providing very useful information. The device is attached to the vehicle in an unnoticable position from which it records where it travels, where it stops and for how long. Each of these areas of information can provide very telling details of the activities of it’s owner. The device can also be used longer term to clarify a pattern in behaviour and proceedings.

Polygraph Testing
Polygraph testing or lie detector tests are a good way of obtaining instant results on the honesty behind an individual in certain manners After a list of approved questions relevant to the case is constructed, the test can begin. Lie detectors measure three physical indicators of deceit: cardiac activity (heart rate), electrodermal (the electrical impulses of the skin) and breathing rate. Operatives will be able to identify from the answers given to the selected questions and the response of the body, whether the individual is telling the truth or not.

Checks and History
One of the methods of investigation that can prove most useful in finding out the true character or history of an individual is the employment of background checks. These enquiries can often reveal a lot of information about someone without too much material to start with. Particularly useful in cases of employment history for prospective employers or in the scanning for criminal activity, the series of checks available to us provide a good idea of personal attributes to work from.

As the author Charlie Hodgson is a very experienced  private Investigator and can be contacted through Private Detective Brighton we are here to help you find the truth http://www.privateinvestigators-brighton.co.uk/

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