LeadsOnline Partners with Advanced Interview Concepts to Help Police Detect Deception

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Online Statement Analyzer helps law enforcement detect deception; ability to accurately analyze a suspect’s statement now available to law enforcement nationwide.


LeadsOnline, the nation's largest online investigations system, helps law enforcement solve more crimes in less time.

"Adding the Statement Analyzer to LeadsOnline is something that will greatly serve law enforcement and enhance their investigative capabilities,” said Mark McClish.

Law enforcement nationwide has a new tool at their fingertips to help detect deception. LeadsOnline, the nation’s largest online investigations system, has teamed up with Statement Analysis expert Mark McClish and Advanced Interviewing Concepts (AIC) to provide law enforcement with an accurate, easy-to-use Statement Analyzer.

Investigators will be able to login to LeadsOnline anytime and enter a suspect’s statement into the Statement Analyzer to learn whether or not the person is being truthful or deceptive based on the statement entered.

“Mark McClish and the Statement Analysis techniques are respected and well known among law enforcement, and we’re excited to put the Statement Analyzer in the hands of more than 30,000 investigators across the country,” said LeadsOnline CEO, Dave Finley.

Mark McClish is the mastermind behind the Statement Analysis science that the Statement Analyzer uses to detect deception. McClish is a retired Deputy United States Marshal who, for nine years, also taught interviewing techniques at the U.S. Marshals Service Training Academy.

“I’ve spent years researching, developing and teaching Statement Analysis techniques, and the Statement Analyzer has been used by law enforcement at all levels,” McClish said. “Adding the Statement Analyzer to LeadsOnline is something that will greatly serve law enforcement and enhance their investigative capabilities.”

LeadsOnline has been serving law enforcement since 2000, and in that time, LeadsOnline has continually developed crime-solving tools that provide leads in criminal cases. More than 30,000 investigators use LeadsOnline to instantly search millions of transactions from secondhand stores, pawn shops and scrap metal recyclers in order to solve Part 1 crimes – everything from burglary and aggravated assault to arson and motor vehicle theft as well as narcotics crimes.

To find out more about LeadsOnline or the Statement Analyzer, please visit http://www.leadsonline.com.


About LeadsOnline: Each day, millions of items are added to the LeadsOnline system by businesses including secondhand stores, scrap metal recyclers, music and electronic stores, pawn shops, and Internet drop-off stores across all 50 states. An official eBay partner, LeadsOnline helps prevent illegal transactions on eBay by giving law enforcement access to the world’s largest online marketplace through the automatic upload of all eBay transactions into the LeadsOnline system. LeadsOnline also includes LeadsOnlabs MethMonitor, a system for tracking those involved in the illegal manufacture of methamphetamines; a Metal Theft Investigation System (MTIS) designed to track copper and other metal thefts; LeadsOnline Sketches, providing departments access to a skilled forensic artist anytime, anywhere; and cross-checks names of pawn customers against the OFAC SDN list of known terrorists and narcotics traffickers. Each year, LeadsOnline is credited with recovering millions of dollars in stolen goods and solving thousands of crimes that are often associated with bigger crimes, such as homicide, identity theft, and arson. Based in Dallas and led by Dave Finley, LeadsOnline works with more than 4,000 agencies throughout the country, including the Seattle Police Department, Tucson Police Department, Indianapolis Police Department, Dallas Police Department, and the Chicago Police Department. For more information, please visit http://www.leadsonline.com.

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