Clear Your Name (For Falsely Accused) and Prove Your Innocence

Central Polygraph Service clears your good name with a professional, confidential and personalized polygraph examination. Whether you are being wrongly accused or require verification and validation of your position, Central Polygraph Service can issue you an official report detailing the results of your polygraph examination which can be used at your discretion. All examinations are constructed around your specific requests and adhere to strict confidentiality ensuring complete privacy.

  • Clear Your Name
  • Statement Verifications
  • Squash False Accusations and Prove Your Innocence
  • Official Embossed Presentation Reports Issued For Use at Your Discretion

Central Polygraph Service utilizes state-of-the-art digital polygraph systems and conducts polygraph examinations according to strict standards and methods as approved and accepted by the American Polygraph Association and the U.S. Federal Government. Due to established laws, there is a strict limit of up to (4) pertinent test questions that may be established by the client for each polygraph examination (all other questions on the polygraph test are generic in nature and are established by the examiner for baseline purposes). Although each polygraph examination is always customized per the client’s needs and requests, following is a sample list of just some of the types of approved pertinent test questions that are frequently used for clear your name type polygraph examinations:


  • Did you ever physically strike (SPECIFIC NAME)?
  • Did you ever engage in sexual communications with (SPECIFIC NAME)?
  • Did you take any of those missing items from (SPECIFIC LOCATION)?
  • Did you use any foul language while talking to (SPECIFIC NAME)?
  • Did you ever enter (SPECIFIC LOCATION) without authorization from (SPECIFIC NAME)?
  • Did you log into (SPECIFIC NAME’S) Facebook or Email account without authorization?

Polygraph Test Fee: $550.00 Per Test/Per Person ($100 Scheduling Fee + $450 Test Fee)

For more information on the polygraph testing process and how polygraph works, please see our “ How Polygraph Works ” section by clicking here.

For answers to frequently asked questions, please see our “ Test Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions ” section by clicking here.

For more information on our test fees and cancellation policy, please see our “ Test Fees and Cancellation Policy ” section by clicking here.