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Law Enforcement Essential Words and Phrases for Police Officers and Law Enforcement Personnel

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ISBN-10: 0071460179

ISBN-13: 9780071460170

Edition: 2006

Authors: David B. Dees

List price: $15.00
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Description:

The most accessible Spanish language guide for police officers and law enforcement officials "Quick Spanish for Law Enforcement makes it easier than ever for you to acquire basic Spanish language skills. The book features more than 2,000 key words and phrases in the most easy-to-use format, along with bilingual scenarios based on situations commonly encountered during the course of your duties.
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Book details

List price: $15.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 10/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 4.00" wide x 7.20" long x 0.60" tall
Weight: 0.682

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Basic Spanish Vocabulary
Spanish Alphabet
Spanish Pronunciation
Hard Sounds to Pronounce
Days of the Week
Months of the Year
Seasons
Weather
Numbers
Dates
Time Expressions
Location Words-Prepositions and Adverbs
Question Words
Colors
Clothing
People and Family
Professions
The House, Inside and Outside
Outside the House
Inside the House
Furniture and Electrical Appliances
Cloth and Building Materials
City Buildings and Places
Parts of the Body
Food and Drink
Mexican Food
Gringo Food
Law Enforcement Vocabulary
Emergency Professions and Work Sites
Criminals
Weights and Measures
Liquids and Weight
Distance and Measure
Field Interview
Physical Characteristics
Hair
Hairstyle
Face
Complexion
Facial Hair
Glasses
Voice
Other Descriptors
Demeanor
Scenario: A Lost Child
Possessions-Stolen Objects
Burglary Investigation
Assault and Battery Investigation
Transportation
Vehicles
Car Theft, Vehicle Parts, and DMV Terms
Auto Accident Investigation
Road and Traffic Terms
Traffic Violations
License, Registration, and Insurance Violations
Parking Violations
Moving Violations
Safety Violations
Speeding Violations
Traffic Sign and Signal Violations
Mechanical Violations
End of Citation
Legal Terms
Weapons
Firearms
Cutting and Stabbing Weapons
Explosives and Igniting Weapons
Weapons of Opportunity
Alcohol and Drugs
Jail
Application for Bail and Own Recognizance (O.R.) Release
Medical Questions
Searching
Releasing
Fish and Game, Animals, and Camping
Dispatch
Dispatcher Call Types
Scenario: Dispatcher Call
Medical Care and Emergency Tools
Law Enforcement Commands and Key Questions and Statements
Commands
Quickie Commands
E Commands
A Commands
Key Questions and Statements
Law Enforcement Scenarios
General Law Enforcement
Scenario: Reassuring Terms
Scenario: Crowd Control
Scenario: Icebreakers
Warrants
Scenario: High-Risk Search Warrant
Scenario: Arrest Warrant
Scenario: Miranda Advisement and Waiver
Patrol Officers/Deputies
Scenario: Field Interview
Scenario: Pedestrian Stop
Scenario: Low-Risk Vehicle Stop
Scenario: High-Risk Vehicle Stop
Scenario: Dead Body Call
Scenario: Narcotics Bust
Scenario: Preliminary DUI Interview
Scenario: Sobriety Test/Divided Attention Exercises
Scenario: Domestic Violence
Scenario: Childbirth
Detectives/Investigators
Scenario: Initial Phone Contact
Scenario: Welfare Fraud
Scenario: Jewelry Store Robbery
Scenario: Home Invasion Robbery
Scenario: Rape
Culture and Survival Tips
Communication Shortcuts
Useful Words and Expressions
Basic Conversation
Countries/Continents and Nationalities
Do You Speak Spanglish?
Law Enforcement
Vehicles
Sports
Food and Drink
Medicine
Technology
Clothes
House
Miscellaneous
Spanglish Action Words (Verbs)
Street Spanish and "Dirty Words"
"False Friends" and Deceptive Words
Quick Reference
Miranda Advisement and Waiver