Introduction Have you ever had to describe a photo or picture? Basically, you will see that picture description is not to be afraid of, as you can prepare what you will say in advance. Now, let us go through a skill that many of you might have already used throughout your English studies: picture description. … Continue reading How to Describe a Picture
Actually, they are pretty different crimes, in terms of consent, exploitation and transnationality. Let’s start with Human Smuggling. Interpol defines this distinction by stating that: People smuggling implies the procurement, for financial or material gain, of the illegal entry into a state of which that person is neither a citizen nor a permanent resident. A … Continue reading Human Smuggling and THB – What is the Difference?
DISCLAIMER: Under no circumstances does Law Enforcement English intend to propagate terror, threat, violence or tragedy. The materials published on this site are purely for research and/or studying purposes and we would like to highlight different aspects in English language that police officers and law enforcement experts might find useful. In a truly terrifying tweet, … Continue reading YouTube Shooter – Exercise
It is not a usual story, that’s for sure. The makers of the 1971 grindhouse movie: The Zodiac Killer attempted to trap the real-life Zodiac killer. ( If you want to get to know more about the myths about serial killers, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter. ) As The Lineup writes: “In August 1969, … Continue reading VOCABULARY: ‘I Was Here, The Zodiac….’
This week’s newsletter – if you haven’t subscribed yet, don’t miss the chance – deals with THERE IS / THERE ARE grammar with the illustration of Jeffrey Dahmer’s infamous 213 apartment. How he ended up here is dramatized in My Friend Dahmer to which you can find a worksheet with VOCABULARY and a READING exercise … Continue reading WORKSHEET: ‘My Friend Dahmer Trailer’ – with KEY
Hilarious or not, mugshots preserve a moment of truth when a criminal is arrested. Usually, the criminal is photographed from the side and from the front. Where is the term “mugshot” originated?
Tonight is going to be exciting and to pay respect to one of my favorite shows, Twin Peaks, you can download a worksheet about the launch of its third season airing tonight!
Okay, so in this video by Mr. Hypponen talks about the types of online attacks, and you can download an exercise sheet provided by lawenforcement.com with questions about the video. The key will be provided in this week’s newsletter, so, if you haven’t subscribed to it yet, you can do it here. Watch the … Continue reading TEDTalk: Mikko Hypponen – Three Types of Online Attack