Statement Analysis®

The most accurate way of detecting deception

Statement Analyzer

The Statement Analyzer is an online program that will analyze a statement and assist you in determining if the subject is being truthful. The program utilizes the Statement Analysis® techniques and looks for deceptive language within the statement. You can access the Statement Analyzer from any device with internet access.

1. Log in to access the program.
2. Type or paste a statement into the entry screen.
3. Click the analyze button.
4. The program will analyze the statement for you.

Screenshot of the Statement Analyzer login page.
Click the image below to access the program.
Mark McClish - Statement Analyzer Program

Once the statement has been analyzed, certain keywords will be displayed in the "Keywords Found" box. Clicking on these keywords will cause them to be highlighted within the statement. A description of why this word was flagged will appear in the "Keyword Description" box. The software will also tell you how many times a key word appears within the statement.

This program can analyze a maximum of 3,000 words which is about 4 - 5 single spaced pages. Longer statements will have to be analyzed 4 - 5 pages at a time. The program is capable of showing you language that indicates deception, sensitive areas within the statement that need to be explored, and areas where the subject may have withheld information. Since the program looks for individual words, you cannot paste a written statement into the program. With a written statement, you will have to type the statement into the entry screen.

Here are some screenshots of the Statement Analyzer:
- Entry Screen
- Entered Statement
- Analyzed Statement

To use the Statement Analyzer, you must purchase a username and password. We offer three types of subscriptions.

One-Day Subscription
A one-day subscription is assigned to one person who will have access to the Statement Analyzer for a period of 24 hours. This is ideal for those individuals who only want to analyze a few statements. You can use the Statement Analyzer program as often as you like during the 24-hour period. Upon purchasing the one-day subscription, you will have immediate access to the Statement Analyzer. The cost is $3.99.

Single-User Yearly Subscription
A single-user subscription is assigned to one person who will have access to the Statement Analyzer for a period of 12 months. This is ideal for individuals who need to analyze statements throughout the year. You can use the Statement Analyzer program as often as you like during the 12-month period. Upon purchasing the single-user subscription, you will have access to the Statement Analyzer within 24 hours. The cost is $25 for the first year. The annual renewal fee is $15 thereafter. You will not be billed automatically for the annual renewal. We will contact you to see if you wish to continue your subscription.

Multi-User Yearly Subscription
A multi-user subscription allows up to 5 people to access to the Statement Analyzer for a period of 12-months. This is ideal for police departments and other organizations. You will be provided with 5 usernames and passwords. Users can access the program as often as they like during the 12 month period. Upon purchasing the multi-user subscription, you will have access to the Statement Analyzer within 24 hours. The cost is $35 for the first year. The annual renewal fee is $25 thereafter. You will not be billed automatically for the annual renewal. We will contact you to see if you wish to continue your subscription.

To purchase a one-day subscription, click here

To purchase a single-user subscription, click here

To purchase a multi-user subscription, click here

To purchase a subscription, click here
To log into the Statement Analyzer, click here

We have temporarily suspended accepting subscriptions to the Statement Analyzer. If you have already purchased a subscription, you will still be able to access the program. We hope to resume accepting new subscriptions in the near future.   May 22, 2017

If you have any questions about the Statement Analyzer, please visit our FAQ page.
For any questions not addressed on our FAQ page, please send us an email.


Statement Analysis® is a registered trademark of Mark McClish.