By Roy Ingleton
From the writer of "Police of the realm" and "Dictionary of Police and legal Law", this booklet examines the hindrances to powerful police co-operation in Europe as a result of the shortcoming of a standard language and judicial process, and studies the efforts made within the a number of international locations to beat those by means of particular education projects, attachments and different potential.
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The use of both official languagesFrench and Englishhas received a significant boost with the passing of the Official Languages Act in 1988 which affirms their equal status in all federal institutions. The Act provides for the appointment of a Federal Commissioner of Official Languages and one incumbent, d'Iberville Fortier (1989), made the point that most French-Canadian city dwellers do become bilingual once they achieve a certain level of education. He further declared that his objective was to ensure that the necessary training opportunities were provided for all those who wished to take them up and help ' .
Ingleton All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. Printed and bound in Great Britain by WBC Ltd, Bridgend. Page v This book is dedicated to Jo without whose unfailing encouragement, forbearance and support, it would not have been possible to complete it. Page vii Contents Acknowledgements ix Introduction 1 Methodology 3 Areas of concern 4 1 The Background to the Problem 6 Historical overview 6 The countries of Europe and their languages 9 Intercommunication between nations 9 The effect of 1992 11 A lingua franca 13 Cross-border bilingualism 15 Language acquisition 17 Policies of the European Community 20 The experience of multilingual countries 21 2 The Barrier to Effective Policing 22 The police forces of Europe 22 Adversarial v.
Page 18 There is no shortage of literature on the subject of foreign language teaching/learning and most works stress the pressing need for the British to acquire foreign languages, especially those who will have dealings with, or are likely to come into contact with foreign nationals. It is not too fanciful to assert that, in the near future, only those who are able to make their skills and knowledge readily available to countries outside their own will be successful, and that there is a need for at least two foreign languages to be taught in all schools.