Quickly Fast Track The Best Applicants
Find The Truth
If job applicants lie to get the job, they’ll probably lie to keep it. With EyeDetect, public safety agencies can find the truth about an applicant’s background.
Law enforcement agencies and fire districts use this advanced lie detection technology to quickly and cost effectively identify quality job candidates and lateral transfers — and avoid the “bad apples.”
Research shows that most people conducting an interview are 54% accurate detecting a liar. That’s about as accurate as a “coin toss.”
To truly safeguard your reputation and maintain the trust of the communities you serve, it’s time to update to EyeDetect.
Modernize Your Processes
If you’re not using EyeDetect for:
- Screening job applicants or lateral transfers
- Conducting investigations
…then it’s time to update.
As you know, technology evolves. Sworn officers now use semi-automatic sidearms, not revolvers. EyeDetect is the new semi-automatic hiring “weapon” of choice.
7 Reasons International Public Safety Agencies Love EyeDetect
- Save time and money finding job applicants with problematic backgrounds.
- Test on 4 areas of concern to discover any “issues.”
- Efficiently screen lateral transfers.
- Accurately conduct investigations and quickly find the truth.
- Technology encourages confessions—applicants think twice about lying.
- If required to use a polygraph, EyeDetect+ is the world’s first automated polygraph.
- Helps in investigative interviews (pre- or post-test).
Law enforcement agencies are tasked with investigating and solving crimes. With EyeDetect, investigations can get faster closure by conducting reliable lie detection tests on suspects.
EyeDetect has been used to test suspects in cases involving murder, arson, sexual assault, felony theft, domestic violence, sexual abuse of a child, armed robbery, shoplifting, identity theft, and other crimes.
EyeDetect was first used in a jury trial as evidence in a sexual assault case in Taos, New Mexico (United States) in May 2018. The judge approved a motion to admit EyeDetect test results. The suspect was unsuitable for a conventional polygraph examination due to medical issues, but EyeDetect could be used.