Investigative Statement Analysis can help investigators identify when someone is being truthful during an interview or interrogation. Most investigators are taught to look for possible signs of deception, not truthfulness, during interviews and interrogations. This is a problem on a couple fronts; First, many investigators are taught the wrong things to look for with deception, and if they find them that solidifies their "false" belief and leads them down the wrong path. Secondly, to effectively distinguish between truthfulness and deception, you have to know what are possible signs of truthfulness. Using investigative statement analysis you will improve your ability to identify not only when someone is LYING, but also when they are telling you the TRUTH! That is aligned with our purpose...to find the truth within our investigative inquiries.