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Spanish for Law Enforcement + Coaching (WSLaw+)

Spanish for Law Enforcement is a self-paced, online Spanish course designed for Police Officers and Law Enforcement to communicate better with the Spanish-speaking public. The course includes a variety of vocabulary, including several topics to build your Spanish foundation, more general workplace vocabulary, and finally, Spanish specifically for law enforcement. The hope for these many vocabulary topics is that it will give you a solid vocabulary base to draw from in order to bridge the communication gap with the Spanish-speakers at your worksite and in your community.

As you build your vocabulary, you will have access to 1-on-1 coaching from a native speaking Spanish instructor. Practice your listening and conversation skills and learn the specific vocabulary and phrases you need for your job with 5 hours of conversation practice scheduled at your convenience.

Topics include:

Spanish Fundamentals: Pronunciation, Greetings, Conversation Phrases, Survival Words, Numbers, Colors, Directions, Places, Questions, Time, Months, Days of the Week, Date

Spanish for Law Enforcement: Job Titles, Departments & Units, People in General, People in Trouble, Interview, Specific Questions, Phrases, Commands, Traffic Laws/Problems, Weapons, the Raid, Plans, Miranda Warning
  • Welcome
  • "Pronto Guide" - Vocabulary List
  • Enroll in the 1-on-1 Tutoring Scheduling System
  • Tip - Recording Course Progress
  • Spanish Fundamentals
  • Foundation
  • Schedule Your First Tutoring Lesson
  • Getting Around
  • Logistics
  • Schedule a Tutoring Lesson
  • Small Talk
  • Spanish Fundamentals Assessment
  • Schedule a Tutoring Lesson
  • Spanish for Law Enforcement
  • General Terms
  • Talking to the Public
  • Schedule a Tutoring Lesson
  • Specific Vocabulary
  • Spanish for Law Enforcement Assessment
  • Last Tutoring Lesson & Conclusion
  • Spanish Grammar Guide
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever