Statement Analysis®

Statement Analyzer

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The Statement Analyzer is software that will analyze a statement and assist you in determining if the subject is being truthful or deceptive. Download the software onto your computer, type or paste a statement into the entry screen, click on the analyze button and the program will analyze the statement for you in a matter of seconds.

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 in 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 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. Even if you are an experienced investigator trained in interviewing, the Statement Analyzer will help you. It may identify something that you missed or something you were not familiar with. It will also help you to quickly analyze a lengthy statement.

Screenshot of the program

In this statement, there were twelve key words the Statement Analyzer identified.
Seven of these words indicate possible deception.

Required Hard Drive Space: 12 MB
Format: CD-ROM
Updated: 2010
Runs with all versions of Microsoft



The Statement Analyzer software costs $35.00.
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"During my investigation, I was talking to LeadsOnline, and I learned about Mark McClish's Statement Analyzer that will automatically
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Det. Cornell Wiley
Fort Wayne Police Department, IN