Interesting and Useful

Jimmy Gleaton; Cayce PD, Cayce SC

This is one of the most interesting and useful classes I have taken in years. I wish I had this insight into statements years ago!


Officer Rick Garcia, Las Cruces PD

“It is unbelievable how this really works! Our instructor, Bob, is easy going and eager to give his knowledge.”

Extremely Practical

Det.Lee Wohlgemuth, Albuquerque PD

“This training is extremely practical for all aspects of law enforcement.”

Great learning experience

Det. Mark Myers, Las Cruces PD

“I had a great learning experience! The instructor is very knowledgeable and teaches the technique in a way that is easily understood and very conducive to learning.”

Great instructor

Officer Al Brown, Trainer, Fort Collins PD

“Great instructor and the practical, hands-on training was very beneficial”

Lot of fun

Det. Nathan Kyleberg, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office

“Great learning environment. It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot.”

Great opportunity

Det. Larry Tafoya, Albuquerque PD

“I am a homicide detective and will love to use LSAT as an alternative to simply interviewing. This is a great opportunity.”

Recommend it

Det. Jay Barnes, Albuquerque PD

“Every officer should attend. I also recommend it to people working in the commercial arena. I’m excited to apply it.”

Good instructor

Officer Chad Phillipi, Billings PD

“Bob is a very good instructor. He is able to communicate the content and does a great job articulating how to apply it.”

Excellent individual attention

Deputy Don Donges, Valencia County Sheriff’s Office

“The instructor was excellent and gave excellent individual attention.”

A must-take

Det. Tim Stump, Albuquerque PD

“This class is a must for the interviewer and interrogator.”

Very interesting

Officer Belinda Mock, Albuquerque PD

“This is a very interesting and informative class. The instructor, Bob Shaffer, was very knowledgeable of all the class materials.”


How LSAT Works

The LSAT analyst uses our validated, researched technique to search the statement much like a crime scene. They locate "language evidence" that is associated with deception. The liar uses unique wording, phrasing, content, structure and quantities of information that reveal not only if they did it but also, when, why and how they did it.


Our Services

Training is not really training unless it incorporates effective adult educational techniques that maximize learning: Hearing, Seeing, Assisting, and Doing. LSAT training effectively incorporates lecture, demonstration, the clarification of questions, assisted practice, and demonstrating proficiency. But there is more to our teaching strategy.