Presentation on common police terms and phrases for PPA students
The officer of New South Wales Police exchanged with the PPA students

This presentation is in the framework of a visit and real survey of the New South Wales Police in Vietnam in May, 2017.

Attending the presentation were Lieutenant Colonel Nguyen Thai Luc, Senior Investigator, New South Wales Police; officers of the units: Criminal Investigation, Criminal Survey, Prison Investigation, Organized Crime and Fingerprint Survey of New South Wales Police; officers and lecturers of the functional units of the PPA.


The PPA students attended enthusiastically to the presentation

Recently, the PPA and the New South Wales Police has increased the cooperation in training and improving capacity for officers of the PPA and the New South Wales Police. Especially, the two agencies have exchanged officers to attend short-term training courses in the field of high-tech crime prevention, money laundering and corruption, etc., exchanged experience in organizing workshops on crime prevention and suppression.

At the presentation, the delegation of New South Wales Police introduced and explained the students of the PPA many common police terms and phrases that frequently used during the professional work of the police force. With open and close exchanges, the presentation attracted the active participation of the students. Thereby, the students can improve their vocabulary in the field of police and show the listening, speaking skills fluently in English.


The New South Wales Police presented gifted to encourage the PPA students

Through the presentation, the delegation of New South Wales Police highly appreciated the confidence, the foreign language skills and the specialized knowledge of the PPA students. The delegation hoped to have the opportunity to cooperate with the PPA in education and training in the coming time.

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