Studies have shown that crime and violence significantly decrease as the level of communication increases in a
community. It is for this reason that more and more law enforcement agencies are actively recruiting employees
that can speak Spanish and better help them to reach out to the communities that they need to serve and protect.
Learning Spanish for law enforcement is valuable to law enforcement professionals on many levels. In the
field it helps them better communicate with witnesses, suspects, and those filing complaints - allowing them to
do their job more effectively and more safely. For investigators it helps them communicate with and gain the
trust of the Spanish-speaking community that they need as a valuable source of information. From a career standpoint,
it makes any law enforcement professional more attractive to would-be employers across all of the different law
We have designed our course, Spanish for Law Enforcement, to specifically target the very unique language
needs of the law enforcement profession. Language development is accomplished through a wide variety of exercises
that apply new vocabulary in many practical contexts. Vocabulary and grammatical structures unique to policemen,
firemen and others in the law enforcement profession are developed through a very communicative approach. All of
the skill areas of reading, writing, speaking, and listening are emphasized.
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on this Spanish for Law Enforcement program that is guaranteed to be a benefit to yourself, your community, and
your future as a professional in law enforcement.
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About IMAC Spanish Language Programs: IMAC - Instituto Mexico Americano de Cultura is accredited by the Department
of Education of Mexico, and with over 36 years of experience, we are recognized as one of the finest Spanish language
schools in Mexico. Visit our website for a description of numerous programs, pricing list, photo gallery,
accommodation options and variety of social-cultural activities with Mexican students.