Topic of the Month: Financial Crimes

Financial Crime is a complex topic that intertwines with other crime types and, which is defined by Interpol, as: “The term ‘financial crime’ covers a wide range of criminal offences which are generally international in nature. Closely connected to cybercrime, financial crimes are often committed via the Internet and have …

Get More Confident in Your Police Work

Haven’t updated your professional CV in a thousand year? Do you have to communicate in English with colleagues from abroad? Are you changing jobs? Or going to an international conference? This course is tailored to you! With this 3×45-minute mini course over Skype, you can get more confident in your police …

First Post of the Year

Law Enforcement English got 10,482 likes on Instagram last year, in 2017! Thank you for the likes and we are looking forward to an even better 2018! We sincerely hope that you had a fantastic New Year’s Eve and had a relaxed start of the year. Our first post in …

Statistics and thank you

Our inner nerds and geeks were set loose and were encouraged to write this post as a way of thanking you for this year. Because this year has been far better than the previous ones. This year we have featured two webinars and four online courses (they are still in the …

Fine print

Yesterday’s webinar dealt with the basics of crime scene investigation, but we did not really focus on fingerprints and fingermarks. Laura Spinney in her Nature article discusses the so-called “false positive” fingerprint identification, which has caused serious problems within the criminal justice system. How? and Why? Find out in her article, …