The University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center is pleased to offer the Survival Spanish course to applicants online and we are extending the invitation to your agency at no charge.   Survival Spanish Course This 20-hour course teaches more than 350 Spanish phrases, commands, and questions that are needed by non-Spanish-speaking law enforcement officers when dealing with Spanish speakers. Participants will learn how to: Greet others and use common expressions Disarm a suspect, make arrests, and ID individuals Stop and search a vehicle, premise, or person Conduct field sobriety tests Execute warrants Read the Miranda Warning Render aid to victims Recognize offensive (red flag) Spanish words The course is self-guided. The activation codes are valid for two years or four months from activation. You are free to share this information with other law enforcement agencies (LEAs); however, the county in which the LEA is located must be a BJA determined rural county. The entire state of Arkansas qualifies under the present grant. Please click here for registration instructions.