Table of contents for Speak Spanish now for public safety officials : a customized learning approach for law enforcement and department of corrections staff / Brian K. Jones.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Getting Started 
 	Greetings, Courtesy Expressions and Goodbyes..........................
	Identifying Yourself and Preliminary Scene Assessment............
Chapter 2: Multipurpose Interview for Personal Data and Information...................
 
Chapter 3: Physical and Personal Descriptions	
	Clothing, Accessories and Colors...................................................
Chapter 4: Useful Commands	
 
Chapter 5: Parole and Probation Specifics
 	Identifying Clients and Confirming Appointments	
 	Routine Office Procedures for Parole and Probation Officers.....
	Conditions of Probation...................................................................
Chapter 6: Drug/Alcohol Inquires and Procedures.................................................
	Narcotics, Stimulants and Other Drugs..........................................
	Administering a Urine Test...............................................................
Chapter 7: Threats, Dangers and Alerts	
	Dirty Words and Insults.......................................................................
	Weapons.................................................................................................
Chapter 8: Routine Traffic Situations...............................................................
	Traffic Stops and Violations................................................................
	Driving While Impaired/Under the Influence......................................
	Administering an Alcohol Test/The Breathilizer...............................
	Traffic Accidents and Calling for Emergency Assistance...............
Chapter 9: Miranda Rights...........................................................................
Chapter 10: Acts of Agression and Assaults.............................................................
	Rape, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence..................................
Chapter 11: Crimal Activity
	Dealing with Juveniles/Minors..............................................................
	Misdemenors and Felonies...................................................................
	Bookings and Releases........................................................................
Chapter 12: Hispanic Gang Related Slang...................................................................
Chapter 13: Managing Phone Calls in Spanish...........................................................
Chapter 14: The Basics
	The Spanish Alphabet	
	 Numbers	
Chapter 15: Family and Friends...............................................................................
Chapter 16: Expressing the Location of People, Places and Things	
Chapter 17: Telling Time the Easy Way...................................................................
	Days, Months and Dates.................................................................
Chapter 18: The Body
	Parts of the Body	
	The Organs	
Appendix
Metric Conversion Quick Reference.............................................................................
Nationalities/Countries...................................................................................................
Major Religious Affiliations..............................................................................................
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Spanish language -- Conversation and phrase books (for police).
Law enforcement -- Terminology.
Spanish language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.