What I do
Online courses (coming soon)
These classes are designed for self-studying: they contain videos, PDFs and other materials that help you learn a specific, law enforcement-related topic.
These courses cover wider topics, (such as Organized Crime, Crime Scene Investigation or Patrolling). You study online with a teacher for a week at flexible times.
Contact me if you or your organization need presentations or special courses.
What is Law Enforcement English?
Law Enforcement English is specialized in English for Specific Purposes (ESP), namely in Police English, or in English for the Police. I offer unique and practical online courses and Skype lessons for bettering your professional English. Having worked with different European agencies, I am sure that it can be a challenging situation to use English in this special setting. Hence, I believe, it is crucial to provide the vocabulary, the expressions and the grammar that you will actually use. The varied materials range from terrorism, organized crime to criminal profiling or patrolling vocabulary.
Most popular courses
Organized Crime Course
In this online course, students are familiarized with the concept of organized crime and its related fields, such as THB, Human Smuggling, Drugs, Cybercrime and Money Laundering. Students might be required to compose essays and to talk about their professional background during the course.
Criminal Profiling Course
Introduction to Criminal Profiling online course deals with handwriting analysis of serial killers, different approaches to profiling (FBI vs. British), offender myths and reality, special vocabulary used by profilers as well as the corresponding grammar and vocabulary of describing suspects. To enhance practicality, some of the aspects of Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) are also discussed.
Terrorism is, undoubtedly, an ever-growing, worldwide phenomenon. The attacks that can be linked to terrorism have been on the rise in the past few years, and it has become clear that more and more law enforcement agencies have to co-operate. With this online course, student can learn about the basic vocabulary and grammar that help the communication between them and their colleagues abroad.
Why Choose Me?
What My Students Say
Zsolt’s lectures were amazing and satisfying. You don’t just learn English but get a tiny piece of the culture as well. You could see behind the curtain, get to know how a word is to be said correctly and why. It was an adventure for me, and for a moment I felt like a real English person. If I could give 6 stars, I would definitely give it.
National Directorate-General for Aliens Policing
One of the best courses that I’ve ever passed. Not only my special law enforcement English skills but also my general English skills have been improved greatly. I really enjoyed it! Excellent teacher! Highly recommended!
Budapest Police Headquarters
“Zsolt is an exquisite teacher with outstanding personality, I am very grateful for him as I took a successful language exam for the first try.”
I was in a course few years ago. If you work in law enforcement or just interested in this topic, do not miss this opportunity. Zsolt is an incredibly professional teacher. The teaching – including law enforcement – is not only his job but also his hobby.
National Bureau of Investigation
Law Enforcement English
The Guide to Teaching Law Enforcement
English serves the function of providing tips and exercises for classes of Law Enforcement English and also for General English classes.
Mainly, it is designed to help Law Enforcement teachers (and students) build their kits (tools for learning) and focus on topics, such as crime scene investigation, terrorism, serial killers or CSI. Besides its ‘Appendix’, which is full of useful links, you can find ‘Case Studies’ that might be used in your class. The purpose of these case studies is to make classes interactive and encourage practical thinking in students . It is also indispensable to mention that in-class experience might vary from the experience and know-hows of your students, as the exercises are meant to be used in classrooms. In addition, The Guide to Teaching Law Enforcement English contains a handful of resources and sample exercises that may be adjustable to the needs of your classes.
The Guide to Teaching Law Enforcement English has 12 chapters, covering the following topics:
Briefing, Serial Killers, Crime Types, Crime Scene vs Scene of the Crime, Crime Scene Investigation, Interrogation, Body Language, Terrorism, Organized Crime, Human Smuggling, Drug / Alcohol Smuggling and Cybercrime.
These aspects of law enforcement are viewed from a teaching perspective, that is, this guide provides ideas how to incorporate these issues in your classes. Besides the topics above, there is a chapter on Methodology, which analyses some of the methodologies and makes comment on them. Finally, it has case studies that you can also teach in their entireties and one chapter Appendix, full of links.”