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We can only perform your polygraph examination if you acknowledge and accept the terms below. Please read them carefully and then tick the box to accept them.

  1. Questions cannot be based on opinions (do you think, do you love etc.) they must be based on physical events (i.e. did X happen?)
  2. You can ask a maximum of 3 questions during the test, however the Examiner will discuss the validity of the questions with you prior to the test. If your test is related to a serious or criminal issue then the Examiner will strongly advise that the questions used during the test relate to the 1 issue only, this will be discussed prior to the test.
  3. Any withheld information pertinent to the test could result in the test being stopped whereby no refund will be offered.
  4. The examinee MUST provide photographic identification on arrival. If you fail to produce suitable photographic identification the examination will be terminated with no refund.
  5. We cannot test examinees who are at risk of harm, or in a violent relationship
  6. We cannot test applicants who are pregnant
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The following questions are compulsory and you MUST answer them accurately. If there is any doubt as to the accuracy of the information provided, the test may be cancelled and no refund will be given.

If you answer yes to this question, you agree to the additional term that if the examinee were to have a panic attack during the test then the test would end and no refund will be offered. Please call 01332 561 495 for more information.

NOTE: If you answer yes to any of the following questions, we cannot book your test online. Instead, please call 01332 561 495 to book your test.

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  • Derby holds an important position in the history of the Labour movement, because it was one of two seats gained by the recently formed Labour Representation Committee at the 1900 general election.
  • Derby is a city and unitary authority in the East Midlands region of England.
  • Derby lies upon the banks of the River Derwent and is located in the south of the ceremonial county of Derbyshire.
  • According to the 2001 census, Derby was at that time the 18th largest settlement in England, measured by urban area.
  • Derby has Roman, Saxon and Viking connections.
  • Derby recently celebrated its 2,000th year as a settlement.
  • Derby was one of the boroughs reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act 1835, and it became a county borough with the Local Government Act 1888.
  • Derby was awarded city status on 7 June 1977 by Queen Elizabeth II to mark the 25th anniversary of her ascension to the throne.
  • Until then, Derby had been one of the few towns in England with a cathedral but not city status.
  • Derby has a number of public parks, many Victorian in origin.
  • Darley and Derwent parks lie immediately north of Derby's centre and are home to owls, kingfishers and other wildlife.
  • Derby's Rowing Club and Derwent Rowing Club are located on the banks of the river.
  • West of Derby's city centre is Markeaton Park, while to the north is Allestree Park and its lake.
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  • Derby has also become a significant cultural centre for the deaf community in the UK.
  • Derby has been granted Fairtrade City status.
  • Derby's two biggest employers, Rolls-Royce plc and the Toyota Motor Corporation are in engineering manufacturing.
  • Derby was for many years a railway centre, being the former headquarters of the Midland Railway, with both British Rail workshops and research facilities in the town.
  • Derby was the home of Core Design, who developed the computer game Tomb Raider with its heroine Lara Croft.
  • Derby's Cathedral tower is 212 feet (68.6 meters) tall to the tip of the pinnacles.
  • Derby Gaol is a visitor attraction based in the dungeons of the Derbyshire County Gaol which dates back to 1756.

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