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  1. 16. Introductory Spanish (16 hrs) TCLEOSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 08/02/04

  2. Objectives • 16.4 Demonstrate proficiency in selected phrases of Spanish, as determined by local requirements. • 16.4.1 List reasons for Spanish training of law enforcement officers. • 16.4.2 The student will be able to list common Spanish words and phrases that would signal danger or impending danger. • 16.4.3 The student will be able to recite common Spanish words or phrases that would assist an officer in the investigation and identification of suspects and witnesses: • 16.4.4 The student will be able to recite common Spanish phrases that will assist the officer conducting field interviews and traffic stops. • 16.4.5 The student will be able to recite common Spanish phrases that will assist the officer conducting accident investigations • 16.4.6 The student will demonstrate proficiency using common Spanish phrases for command and control. • 16.4.7 The student will demonstrate proficiency using common Spanish phrases for arrests.

  3. Please note that the learning objectives for this section ask for demonstrations of skills. You should document the student's mastery of the learning objectives. The Commission’s licensing examination will not cover these materials.

  4. The student may use a book, card, or other aid to recall the words that they are to recite. It is expected that the demonstration of these skills might also be used in practical exercises and scenarios in other parts of the course. The amount of time allocated for this unit may be used in conjunction with time for other demonstration activities. You may add additional materials as local needs require.

  5. 16.4 Demonstrate proficiency in selected phrases of Spanish, as determined by local requirements.

  6. 16.4.1 List reasons for Spanish training of law enforcement officers.

  7. Hispanic Americans are residents of the United States who belong to a Spanish speaking ethnic group. The total number of Americans of Hispanic origin continues to climb.

  8. The 1990 census reported: • the national increase to have passed 22,350,000 or 9% of the U. S. population • in Texas, persons of Hispanic origin number 4,294,120 (of a total of 16,986,510) • an expected increase of approximately 21% going into the 21st Century.

  9. Most of this population is of Mexican birth and ancestry. Mexican-Americans are a mixture of both cultures – Mexican and Anglo. Their concentration is to the Southwest, especially in California and Texas.

  10. 16.4.2 The student will be able to list common Spanish words and phrases that would signal danger or impending danger.

  11. These are some of the words and phrases that may alert or warn the officer of aggressive acts being considered or about to be initiated by the individual:

  12. Danger Words:

  13. Weapons:

  14. 16.4.3 The student will be able to recite common Spanish words or phrases that would assist an officer in the investigation and identification of suspects and witnesses:

  15. Family

  16. Adults:

  17. Numbers:

  18. Colors:

  19. Clothes:

  20. 16.4.4 The student will be able to recite common Spanish phrases that will assist the officer conducting field interviews and traffic stops.

  21. Field Interviews:

  22. Field Interviews:

  23. Traffic/Pedestrian Stops:

  24. Traffic/Pedistrian Stops:

  25. 16.4.5 The student will be able to recite common Spanish phrases that will assist the officer conducting accident investigations

  26. 16.4.6 The student will demonstrate proficiency using common Spanish phrases for command and control.

  27. 16.4.7 The student will demonstrate proficiency using common Spanish phrases for arrests.

  28. Commands:

  29. Handcuffing Position:

  30. Handcuffing: