New ESL course: Prison Life What are the different types of prisons? What do “selling wolf tickets” and “backdoor parole” mean in prison slang? Why do prisoners in the United States wear orange, red, or even pink uniforms? If you have no idea and would like to know more about this topic, we have good … Continue reading New Online Course: Prison
The American Serial Killers and Profiling Course It’s not the first time we have contributed serial killers on Law Enforcement English. But! We have been designing a course and have compiled a 10-question survey because we are intrigued to know your opinions! If you have a minute, please go through our survey. Needless to say, … Continue reading Participate and Win a Free Course!
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 work. Also, it is available … Continue reading Get More Confident in Your Police Work
Law Enforcement English provides F2F (face-to-face) option to improve your Englis with law enforcement-related vocabulary and words. After every Skype session, you’ll receive a personalized e-mail, in which you will find what to improve. If you want to find out more – pricing, timing or personalization, click here. (The photo is NOT an illustration 🙂 )
Well, October is here, which means two things: first, we are ending Serial Killers’ Month (which was 2 months, actually, oops) and we are focusing on other fields of Law Enforcement. Nevertheless, serial killers won’t say goodbye entirely, as Halloween is approaching, and in the newsletter, we will be featuring some scary facts and expressions. … Continue reading October Update
In our first online course on Eliademy, there is a unit which concentrates on handwriting analysis. Some might doubt this discipline, nevertheless, handwriting analysis has been used when creating criminal profiling. In this post, you can read an analysis from an expert, provided by The Crime Magazine.
These are some photos that were taken at John Wayne Gacy’s house, where the infamous killer dug his victims. In our new English language course, we are going to deal with Gacy, so if you want to find out more, check out the course, which you can join at a discount price now – until … Continue reading John Wayne Gacy Crime Scene Photos
Since July, you could observe that a lot of materials have been published on serial killers, and the reason for it was to pave the way for a unique language course, focusing entirely on Serial Killers and Profiling that you can, too, join by clicking on the title. And another good news: it is at … Continue reading Serial Killers and Profiling Course