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Police English
This page contains Police and Boarder Guard English resources for you to use.

Learner Notebooks

Professional English Active Notebooks for Students

Justice and Home Affairs Notebook

Police Officials Notebook

Border Guards Notebook [International Version]

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Justice and Home Affairs Reader


Photocopiable Worksheets

In 2003 I ran a materials writing seminar for police teachers from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. In one week they learnt how to write text-based materials, work in co-operative writing teams and produced twenty two units of English for Specific Purposes materials for their police students.

The team were Dzintra Ābol, Galina Afenko, Epp Leibur, Jake McClure, Külli Saluste, Ewa Zabiegly, Iraida Vlasova and Žanna Hansone.

Introduction Advances in Forensics Asylum and Migration
Colour Concordances Corruption
Criminal Justice System Presentation Cyber Crime How to Work
Human Rights Human Trafficking Imprisonment and Early Release
Jokes More guns, less crime? Organisational Culture and the Fight Against Crime
Police and Criminal Slang Police Training in England and Wales Presentations
Reports Stress The Prosecution Process
The Seven Deadly Sins Transnational Crime Key Word List