Most often field officers may not have time to wait for an interpreter and must respond immediately in order to: 1) ensure safety for themselves and the safety of civilians, 2) maintain immediate control and order of a situation, 3) identify and pursue a suspect, 4) Use dynamic entry during a search, and 5) provide general instructions. This two-day workshop on “Basic Survival Spanish” will provide law enforcement with basic terminology to give commands, obtain general information, and respond to immediate emergency situations while waiting for an interpreter to arrive at the scene or via telephone services.
Featured instructor: Isabel Framer
Richfield instructor(s): Dan Pastor
||Private security cost
|October 29 - October 30, 2014
||Add $25 per course day
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