Introduction of Handbook on Common Police Term jointly compiled by PPA and NSW police officers
Representatives of the NSW police presented the Handbook to the PPA

Attending the ceremony were Major General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President of the PPA; Mr. Luc Nguyen, Detective Sergeant and Mr. John Zdrilic, Detective Inspector, NSW Police and the representatives of the PPA’s functional departments.

The PPA and the NSW Police have carried out many effective and practical cooperative activities over the past years. Through the working sessions of the NSW Police at the PPA and the presentations, the introduction of English Police terms to the officers, lecturers and students of the PPA, the two sides exchanged the idea of compiling a Handbook of Common Police Term for the officers and soldiers of the Public Security force to enhance their English skills in the practical works.

Handbook of Common Police Term

The Handbook consists of 445 words divided into 6 parts including: Legal term, Common police terms, Highway patrol and Traffic terms, Traffic guides, Forensic terminology, Court hierarchy, civil and administrative tribunals of NSW, Australia. The book is completed with the contribution from language lecturers of the PPA and the NSW Police officers. It is presented in a convenient way for the readers.

The Handbook of Common Police Term is considered as an useful reference for the officers, lecturers, students of the PPA and other officers in the Public Security force to expand their vocabulary, improve their English skills, contributing to the teaching, studying, scientific research and practice of the criminal prevention and suppression in Vietnam.

Major General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President of the PPA spoke at the ceremony

At the ceremony, Major General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Xuan Khang, Vice President of the PPA highly appreciated the cooperation among the PPA’s functional units, the functional units under the Ministry of Public Security and the NSW Police force in implementing many practical cooperative activities so far. He especially appreciated the work of compiling this handbook. The result of these activities contributed to improving the training quality of the PPA and enhancing the effectiveness of the transnational crime prevention of the Vietnamese Public Security force.

“The Handbook is not only a good reference document to PPA but also expressed the practical cooperation between the Australian Police in general, the NSW Police in particular and the PPA. This material will support the officers, lecturers and students of the PPA to use specialized language in the teaching, studying and scientific research, contributing to building the English learning environment in the PPA. The Handbook is also marked up one more step for the PPA and the NSW Police cooperation and is the motive for further cooperation in the future”, the Vice President of the PPA stated.

Detective Sergeant Luc Nguyen interacting with PPA students

In 2019, the group of authors from the PPA and the NSW Police force are expecting to make the updated version for the Handbook with more specialized terms for the law enforcement officers in Vietnam.

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