Action Spanish for Law Enforcement : Spanish for Beginners
For courses in Spanish in Law Enforcement.This comprehensive and up-to-date text examines the common encounters a law enforcement or correctional officer responds to in their line of work and provides them with the Spanish they need to be more effective in those scenarios. The "backbone" of the text is a variety of scenarios that integrate Spanish vocabulary from beginner to advanced levels. The text also uses common scenarios for dispatchers, jailers and corrections officers.
- Mixed media product | 256 pages
- 205.74 x 271.78 x 17.78mm | 453.59g
- 18 Nov 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- English, Spanish
Back cover copy
Action Spanish for Law Enforcement offers 22 action scene video lessons for beginners in a complete easy-to-use format. Action Spanish for Law Enforcement may be used as: A complete course with 22 action scene lessons for beginners or for students who want to review their Spanish. Each action scene follows a video format and serves as the core of the lessons A short course for law enforcement/ criminal justice education (see Law Enforcement: A Quick Course) An independent tutorial A program for federal, state, and local agencies of law enforcement/ criminal justice A program for all security professionals A course used in teleconferencing or distance learning A supplement for classroom resource Components for the Student and the Instructor Action Cards (a quick summary of action scenes) in text Action Spanish for Law Enforcement Video
Table of contents
I. CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS. 1. Homicide/Suicide/Crowd Control. 2. Robbery. 3. Assault. 4. Sexual Assault. 5. Child Abuse. 6. Domestic Dispute. 7. Missing Persons. 8. Curfew Violation/Criminal Trespass. II. CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY. 9. Burglary. 10. Theft. 11. Motor Vehicle Theft. 12. Vandalism: Criminal Mischief. III. TRAFFIC ENCOUNTERS. 13. Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the Influence. 14. Traffic Stop: Low Risk. 15. Traffic Accident. 16. Consent Search. IV. TACTICAL OPERATIONS. 17. Warrant Execution. 18. High Risk (Felony) Vehicle Stop. 19. Suspicious Person: Arrest/No Arrest. V. PENAL INSTITUTIONS. 20. Booking Procedures. 21. Correctional Officer Commands. VI. TELECOMMUNICATIONS. 22. Emergency Medical Dispatch. Appendix A: Spanish Pronunciation Guide. Appendix B: Miranda Warning. Appendix B: Spanish Pronunciation Guide. Appendix C: Non-Standard (Slang) Words and Expressions. Appendix D: Law Enforcement Terminology. Appendix E: Oral Evaluation for Action Scenarios. Index. Spanish Action Cards.