The PISA Integrity Assessment Centre Team Members

Charles Allen Kemp elected as President of the Southern African Polygraph Federation

On 27 October 2018 the Southern African Polygraph Federation Annual General Meeting was hosted at the J’Cups guesthouse situated in Centurion. It was another successful event and a great opportunity to socialise, network, and most importantly to learn. This year included three incredible guest speakers, specialists in their field who took the time to impart some of their specialist knowledge to polygraph examiners. Hannes Bezuidenhout, Riaan Bellingham and Estelle Naude talked about relevant modern day topics including ‘Admissions and Confessions in the Polygraph Environment,’ ‘Legal Implications of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) in the Polygraph Environment’ as well […]

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Lie Detectors and Superheros

Real Life Superheroes

Reed Exhibitions Africa and ReedPOP; the world’s largest producer of pop culture events, in partnership with VS Gaming; South Africa’s largest independent gaming brand and the leading platform for online gaming in Africa, has successfully hosted the first Comic Con Africa event at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre situated close to Midrand. It was a spectacular 3 day event showcasing comic books and science fiction and fantasy related films, television and similar popular arts featuring a great range of pop culture and entertainment elements across virtually all genres. With fun features such as animation, toys, gadgets, […]

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Crime Stats SA 2018

South Africa Crime Statistic 2018

The crime statistics for South Africa 2018 has been released, and unfortunately it seems that the crime situation is not looking better. The statistics refers to all the reported crimes between 1 April 2017 and March 2018. During this period a total of 2, 09 million crimes were recorded in 2018, which in total is lower that the 2,12 million that was recorded in 2017. This represents a drop in the number of reported crimes in the 17 public categories of 4,4%. The stats cover 21 crime categories, 17 of which are reported by the public, and four of which are […]

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The Southern African Polygraph Federation

Uncompromising Ethics and Standards

The Southern African Polygraph Federation Annual General Meeting took place at J’Cups guesthouse in Centurion on 28 October 2017, and once again it was a successful event paving the future for the polygraph industry in South Africa. We would like to give a big congratulation to Charles Allen Kemp, polygraph examiner and CEO of the PISA Integrity Assessment Centre for being elected as the Director for Ethics and Standards on the SAPFED board of directors. This part of our ongoing endeavour to improve the quality and standards of polygraph examinations in South Africa and the rest of Africa, one day […]

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Converus EyeDetect

Converus EyeDetect in the News

As a proud South African partner and a distributor of the Converus EyeDetect system, we are very interested to see how the media is responding to what is being called the future of integrity assessment screenings. So far, and admittedly somewhat unsurprisingly, the response has been incredibly positive. Magdalena Petrova; reporter at CNBC decided to visit the offices of Converus EyeDetect to see for herself what all the fuss is about:   Researchers say they’ve created an automated test that can tell if you’re lying by tracking your eyes from CNBC. The Converus EyeDetect system is available nationwide in South […]

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Department of Justice and Constitutional Development

The Protection of Personal Information Act and Polygraph Examinations

With the implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act many questions have been raised as to how the act will influence the implementation of polygraph examinations in South Africa. In order to ensure the compliance of the PISA Integrity Assessment Centre, the PISA Pre-Employment Screening Centre and the Polygraph Institute of South Africa we attended a training workshop held at Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry House. It is with great pride that all branches of the PISA Integrity Assessment Centre complies with the Protection of Personal Information Act and is ready, equipped and willing to assist any of […]

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