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If you are a law enforcement officer who finds himself/herself frequently dealing with Spanish-speaking persons while performing your duties, you need Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers in order to carry out your responsibilities. This online program prepares you to use the specific, practical Spanish you need on the job. Topics include: car stops, issuing citations, identifying individuals, body commands, medical emergencies, and field interview questions. A perfect way for any police officer to communicate with a Spanish-speaking person.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to utilize Spanish in order to do the following:
greet, leavetake, and employ basic courtesy phrases;
utilize communication strategies and questions to negotiate a mutual level of understanding with Spanish-speakers;
identify yourself and others;
engage in routine car stops;
issue routine traffic citations;
issue body commands;
conduct pat downs and arrests;
attend to medical emergencies and accidents
collect personal information from suspects, victims, or witnesses; and
serve search and arrest warrants.
You will also gain a basic understanding of various differences between U.S. and Latino cultures that are important to know in order to avoid possible misunderstandings. A perfect way for any police officer to communicate with a Spanish-speaking person.
Michigan Officers - This course has been approved by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards for 14 hours.
Nevada Officers – This course has been approved by the Nevada Commission on Peace Officers’ Standards and Training for 14 hours.
New Mexico Officers - This course has been approved by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety's Training and Recruiting Division for 14 hours.
Minnesota Officers - This course has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training for 14 credits. The Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training recommends officers maintain their Certificate of Completion to prove successful completion of their required credits.