English for Law Enforcement
Let’s work together to maintain a safer world!
English for Law Enforcement is a course designed by professionals for professionals. This course offers you the chance to learn about all of the necessary elements of law enforcements in English so you can make your job easier and the population safer. You will be taught individually by a native speaker who is an expert on law enforcement. This course includes situational topics such as stop and search, issuing statements, vehicle identification, and crowd control. You already make your city a safe place; let us help you develop your communication skills so you can make it even safer!
English for Law Enforcement overs you a broad study of the essentials of law enforcement with all the important terminology. This course covers the necessary aspects you need to know about law enforcement such as the world of law enforcement, traffic and vehicles, situations that occur out in the community, emergency calls, crimes against property, drugs and alcohol, civil disorder, crime scene investigations, police stations, criminal justice, organized crime, and international co-operation.
In the World of Law Enforcement unit, you will learn about law enforcement agencies, law enforcement terminology, equipment, shifts, how to describe your job, and describing the basics of law enforcement activities.
The Traffic and Vehicles section will provide you the terminology for the following areas: describing different kinds of vehicles, communicating via radio, checking documents, explaining traffic offences and penalties, and vehicle and driving offences.
The unit, Out in the Community, teaches you how to describe a community, types of anti-social behavior and how to deal with it, how to police a community, how to issue warnings as well as orders, and how to disperse onlookers.
In the Emergency Call section, you will review emergency calls, types of emergency, domestic violence, how to accurately describe injuries, how to calm and reassure individuals, how to deal with injuries, and how to question bystanders about an incident.
The Crimes Against Property unit covers theft crimes, security, crime prevention, different crime prevention campaigns, how to fill out a theft report, how to give professional advice, and how to describe a theft as well as crime campaigns.
The section, Drugs and Alcohol, explores drug laws, drug classifications, drug related border checks, customs, driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, and the physical effects of drugs and alcohol.
In the Civil Disorder unit, you will learn about equipment, strikes, demonstrations, how to deal with crowds, restraining a suspect, making an arrest, and how to police large events.
At the Police Station examines the legal rights of a detainee, identification procedures, custody suites, the interviewing process of a suspect, how to book in a suspect, and interview techniques.
The Crime Scene Investigation portion of this course looks into forensic techniques and the equipment used in the process, physical evidence, E-fits, DNA testing, psychological profiling, and the process for crime scene investigation.
In the Criminal Justice unit, you will learn about penalties, punishments, sentencing, legal systems, court rooms, extradition, Interpol notices, how to describe DNA testing techniques, and the process for a crime scene investigation.
The Organized Crime section explores organized crime rings, human trafficking, surveillance operations, psychology involved with organized crime, how to deal with victims of human trafficking, and how to set up a surveillance operation.
International Co-operation looks at transnational crime, Interpol, cultural property crime, crimes against the environment as well as wildlife, CivPol, intercultural competence, and how to liaise with overseas counterparts.