Because a polygrapher must infer deception from a pattern of physiological responses, any physical activity that alters a physiological response is a potential countermeasure. The trick is to know when you should enhance your responses so that you appear to be nervous (during control questions), and when you should attenuate your responses that you appear to be calm and relaxed (during relevant questions). The following list of physical countermeasures contains a variety of popular techniques. Many have been used in university studies assessing polygraph validity.
While big-boy thermal imaging cameras can cost thousands, FLIR an Oregon base company has shrewdly concluded that maybe not everybody has deep pockets and maybe having a pocket table thermal imaging camera with you at all times would be kind of cool.
Do you like the movies about James Bond? Or maybe “Enemy of the State?” Have you said to yourself, “man, I wish I can learn about cameras and concealment devices?” Well it is time that you do! You can do some stuff at home really easy and it is very affordable too. Just follow these next steps and you too can feel like a super spy!
Are you a Burn Notice fan? If you are then you will note that Michael Weston is the new MacGyver! Being the burn spy that Michael is, he uses his spy skills and knowledge to help the less fortunate. One of the amazing gadgets that he makes on the show (Burn Notice season 3 Ep 3) is a homemade wireless Bluetooth.
Below, you will find some of the coolest Panic rooms / Spy hideouts I could find. Check them out and let me know what you think. But first, what is the concept of the Safe Room? Is it a response to the increased risk of kidnaping and terrorist attacks? Are you a high-profile person? wealthy? Typically the intent of the Spy hideout or Continue reading
As a spy, sometimes you wind up in a situation where picking handcuffs need to be done. But once you see how easy Continue reading
Webcams have many uses; you can see they are a very useful tool for spying and very affordable. From reading the article we Continue reading
* The FBI research revealed that 74 percent of children abducted and murdered were killed within the first 3 hours of their disappearance: article taken from “ http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/law-enforcement-bulletin/november-2011/crimes-against-children-spotlight”
* As of December 31, 2012, National Crime Information Center (NCIC) contained 87,217 active missing person records. Continue reading