From time to time, we will post a NYTimes article with a downloadable vocabulary so that our students – you – can get an updated vocabulary from recent happenings. This time, we are going to learn about the term “swatting”, which means to call the police – a SWAT unit – on your neighbor for … Continue reading Reading: Swatting the Neighbors
We have made a huge update on our basic crime chart: now we have fixed some errors and added some new crimes, so you can have 19 crimes, criminal nouns, criminal adjectives and criminal verbs at your disposal. Also, we have included another PDF, which you can use for your students, or test your own … Continue reading UPDATE: Types of Major Crimes 2020#
If you own an iDevice, CaseFiles are ready to be downloaded! The first, Halloween issue deals with the clowns that were appearing in the US – and the rest of the world – in 2016. With this scary phenomenon, you will find questions and vocabulary on Halloween. The infamous American serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, … Continue reading CaseFiles on iBooks
CaseFiles promote self-studying and combines two topics: one from the field of Law Enforcement and one from General English. The aim of these downloadable materials is to generate interest in Law Enforcement English and to give a certain amount of vocabulary. The selected topics might be based on current events that have something important to … Continue reading Introducing CaseFiles – Downloadable Materials for self-Studying, Practising and Teaching Law Enforcement English
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!
For your Kindle, or other e-devices, David Webb’s Criminal Profiling: An Introductory Guide is available as a free download on Amazon.