What is Statement Analysis?
Statement Analysis can be a very effective tool in detecting deception. A person's statement that is lengthy, complete, and detailed, is likely to be true. A short incomplete story tends to indicate fabrications, deception, and ommissions. A liar's words (verbally or written) will often betray he or she, raising red flags that when combined together with body language cues, will produce many questions as to his or her involvement in a specific situation and ultimately lead to the truth.
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Statement Analysis is the most accurate way of determining if a person is lying in a verbal or written statement. Essentially, a person's statement is dissected by the investigator word by word. The investigator will focus on the words, lack of words used, text bridges, the narrative balance, "fluff", etc... Noun, pronoun (personal & possessive), verbs (tense changes), and low conviction analysis in addition to extraneous information will also be used in order to detect untruthfulness and/or omissions.