English for Law Enforcement

This is the latest addition to the Campaign suite of titles, and is designed to meet the English language needs of law enforcement personnel, from customs officers to gendarmes and police.

It covers the full range of essential law enforcement situations including: vehicle identification, stop and search, crowd control and issuing statements.

The course is vocabulary-rich and is aimed to help law enforcement personnel operate with ease in English in their daily jobs. It provides them with the skills to deal with situations in English and explain the consequences (legal or otherwise) of any action. English for Law Enforcement takes students from an elementary (A2) level to a high pre-intermediate (B1).

English for Law Enforcement was the 2009 winner of the prestigious David Riley Award for Innovation in Business and ESP.

For more information and to download self-study resources, visit www.macmillanenglish.com/englishforlawenforcement.

Key Features

  • The accompanying CD-ROM provides additional grammar and vocabulary practice, and an intensive workout of situational language in context
  • World English boxes highlight linguistic differences between British and American English
  • Clear objectives are set out at the start of each unit

Campaign: English for Law Enforcement has all the markings of a perennial favourite in this genre by offering an essential and valuable insight into the world of international law enforcement and the language needed to get the job done”. Jon Felperin, reviewing for the EL Gazette, November 2010



  • Download English for Law Enforcement sample pages and the scope and sequence here:

  • English for Law Enforcement - Scope and Sequence.pdf
  • English for Law Enforcement - Unit 2 - Student's Book.pdf
  • English for Law Enforcement - Unit 2 - Briefing Pages from Teacher's Book.pdf