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Widespread use of polygraph tests should be adopted to better protect children and other victims from sex abusers, a leading forensic psychiatrist claims.
The UK’s failure to use polygraph, or so-called lie-detector tests, is “misguided and irrational” and putting children at risk, he claims.
Professor Don Grubin, who has helped train British police and probation officers as part of Ministry of Justice trials to monitor and assess suspected paedophiles, says the tests help better identify high-risk sex offenders.
He also believes the test has an important role in aiding police investigations into other crimes.
A young entrepreneur from Gosforth, Newcastle, has ambitious plans for his fledgling start-up after securing more than £350,000 of investment.
Jonathan Grubin, 23, secured £150,000 from the Finance for Business North East Proof of Concept Fund, run by Northstar Ventures, as well as contributions from a number of angel investors.
Now, he splits his time between London - where So Post’s commercial activity is based - and Newcastle, where he is aiming to build a strong team of developers and designers.“I’m delighted to have secured the backing of Northstar Ventures, alongside some extraordinarily high calibre angel investors,” Grubin said.“We’re already seeing strong traction and I’m incredibly excited about what this funding will allow us to do as we look to grow our team and customer-base over the coming months and years.“Our development is based in Newcastle and I don’t think we’d be able to do what we’re doing if we decided to set up anywhere else.“I’ve said before that I believe Newcastle is the best kept secret in tech and I’m so pleased that we’ve been able to secure a large chunk of this new investment from a fund that is based in the region.”Investment manager at Northstar Ventures, Stephen Price, said: “So Post has developed a beautifully simple and compelling proposition that rapidly delivers results for its clients.“Prior to seeking investment the company was able to demonstrate market traction and its technical execution capability.“This, combined with an outstanding young founder with a talented team around him, made for an attractive investment opportunity.“I’m really looking forward to working with the So Post team.”The £15m Finance for Business Proof of Concept Fund is backed by the European Regional Development Fund and the European Investment Bank.Critics claim the system is scientifically flawed, has low levels of accuracy, is open to abuse and can be easily defeated by countermeasures.But police and other law enforcement agencies in the US use it as investigative tool to rule out suspects from their inquiries, obtain a confession or to generate more lines of inquiry.“There is a real reluctance to use it in investigations for reasons that I think are irrational,” Professor Grubin added.Instead it records activity in the “autonomic” nervous system of those undergoing the tests.That nervous system – said to be largely outside our conscious control – reveals a stress reaction which can be measured by skilled examiners.
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In the pilot schemes, the threat assessment on just over a third of men arrested for downloading child porn from the internet was increased after they underwent polygraph tests during which they made “significant new disclosures” about the extent of their offending.