Deception Detection Training
Are you a law enforcement professional who deals with suspect and witness interviews? Or in patrol and want to build your resume and skill?
Are you an employer who wishes you could know before you interview a potential employee if they will steal from you or defraud your company?
Are you a social worker who needs to be able to get to the bottom of complex family situations to find the safest place for innocent children?
Are you in any field where knowing the truth matters?
If any of the above applies to you, then deception detection will help you. It will enhance your career, save your company money, bring justice where it is needed, and Statement Analysis can, and should be, put to the test, as should the instructor. Hyatt Analysis Services can find a thief in your workplace before they steal or file a fraudulent injury claim, or find the deception in your subject’s statement.
What is Statement Analysis?
Statement Analysis is the science of seeing deception in language. It can be 100% accurate, exposing both deception and motive. We offer training in seminars and at home, as well as analysis services for businesses and law enforcement.
About Peter Hyatt
Peter Hyatt is a Statement Analyst and instructor who teaches statement analysis and analytical interviewing to law enforcement and corporate America. He has authored the investigator training manual for DHHS, State of Maine, as well as the book Wise As a Serpent; Gentle as a Dove. He has been interviewed extensively on radio and television, including ABC’s “20/20”, the nationally televised program, “Crime Watch Daily” and “Taken Too Soon: The Katelyn Markham Story” documentary.
Mr. Hyatt leads an elite team of professional investigators from across the nation in solving both live and cold cases. He’s written the certification training program for investigators, HR professionals, psychologists, attorneys and other professionals from around the nation, the UK and Canada. He authored two training manuals in Statement Analysis, totally more than 700 pages of analysis, analytical interviewing, psychological profiling, and Anonymous Author Identification.
He is currently authoring Threat Analysis: Ransom Notes and Exploitation, and specific advanced course on Employment Analysis.
Peter is married to Heather Hyatt, and has 6 children and 2 grandchildren.