". . . a person's own words can be transposed into numbers and a simple mathematical equation can determine truth and deception for you."


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Forensic Statement Analysis (FSA) is a process by which a person's own written or spoken words are scientifically analyzed to determine truth and deception. Given the opportunity a person's words WILL betray them, in spite of their prior training, education and best efforts to avoid detection. Select cases allow a person's own words to be transposed into numeric values to determine a truthful balanced statement. Success lies in obtaining and preserving the statement in its purest form to avoid contamination. This is much like processing a crime scene.

Although this monumental discovery is still relatively unknown to many investigators, it is now actively taught and practiced all over the country by law enforcement and the military as well as private company investigators and others including Human Resources personnel. Regardless what business you are in, or what position you hold, whether you're in the public sector, private sector, law enforcement, sales, education, security, administration, legal, medical, or even with a personal relationship, it is imperative that you know the truth about the person with whom you are dealing. This may well become the first tool you reach for in your arsenal when trying to determine if someone is attempting to deceive.

"The increased knowledge of verbal and non-verbal communication, along with statement review, assisted in the completion of several investigations.  In addition to the most significant crimes, our officers report an increase in drug related apprehensions, which resulted from traffic/pedestrian contacts." - Jefferson County Sheriff's Department

"I enjoyed the course immensely & have already profited from your insights."
- FBI

"I have been to training classes all over the country and this ranks among the best class that I have attended."
- US Dept of Justice

"...I attended the Reid training for three days and I got more out of Gary's training in three hours!"
- Federal Law Enforcement Training Center - Senior Special Agent

"I have to say hands down this was the best 3 day class I have ever been a part of."
- Baltimore City Police Department

"The result of your training has not only improved the investigator's ability to collect statements and obtain confessions but the interview time has been substantially reduced."
- Virgin Island Inspector General

Let the person's own words provide you with the information you need without the use of the more costly instruments such as the Polygraph and others. Successful and current users of FSA include: FBI, DEA, Sky Marshals, Homeland Security, state & local law enforcement, the military, school officials, private detectives, prosecuting attorneys, doctors, nurses, CEO's, etc. Detecting deception is no longer limited to the traditional means of interpreting body language or utilizing electronic polygraphs. Today we have advanced to analyzing a person's own words to determine truth and/or deception..

Perform this simple exercise.

Hand someone an ordinary object such as a pen and ask them to tell you any one thing about it.  Tell them they must use the word "this" or the word "that" when describing the object.  In the case of the pen for example they will most often describe a characteristic of the pen they are holding as: "This pen is blue . . ."
Perform a second test with the same or a different person utilizing similar directions of "this" or "that" except now hold the pen across the room from them.  In In 99.9% of the cases, they will say "'that' pen is blue" instead of "this" pen.
The obvious results are: "this" shows closeness and "that" shows distance.  How can this be utilized by an investigator?  Suppose a person is describing a crime scene to you and they say "I walked in the room after hearing what sounded like a gunshot and saw 'this' little gun.  The problem is the gun is 35 feet away.  Why is the person saying "this" when they should be saying "that".  It might suggest that the person relates closely to the weapon because in fact they had it in their hand earlier.  In addition, perhaps the reason it's a "little" gun is because they unwittingly remember it being small compared to the size of their own hand.
Is this finding 100% guaranteed?  Obviously not.  However, if you were looking for suspects, would you consider eliminating this person just yet?  Hopefully not!

A well-known politician recently said on national television "There are two people with me here tonight that are extremely important in my life."  Seated behind him were his mother and his wife.  Both of them were the exact same distance from him.  To the one, he pointed and said "this is my mother."  To the other, he pointed and said "that is my wife."  Obviously he is unknowingly showing closeness to one (his mother), and distance to the other (his wife).  Someone listening and analyzing closely will know the true meaning of what was said.  In reality, he did feel closer to his mother and chose to distance himself from his wife because of their uncaring relationship that was later confirmed by actions of infidelity.
Success continues to be found in cases of theft, rape, robbery, homicides, threats, suicides, arson and assaults to name a few. A case in point involved a former Trooper found shot to death in an apparent suicide. With the aid of FSA the case was overturned and ruled a homicide. The entire analysis is featured in the book "Where Murderers Walk Free" by Jerry C. Berry.  You can visit the author's website here.  FSA is the least intrusive form of investigation in any setting including the workplace.

Allow Law-Tech Consultants to analyze your case and statements to objectively determine truth and deception or to train you to do the same.  Call today and let us show you how this can work for you.  References and testimonials of those who are successfully utilizing these proven techniques every day are available upon request.

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