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WPD's Sosa leaps the language barrier

March 7, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Maybe it’s a garden-variety traffic stop or a kitchen squabble between husband and wife, maybe something more serious.
More often than ever, the cops sent to find out what happened run into a fundamental barrier: They don’t speak the same language as the people involved.
Who you gonna call?
At the Woonsocket Police Department, the go-to guy is Patrolman Enrique Sosa, the city’s only Spanish-speaking cop.
“You can tell by the look on their faces, sometimes they’re shocked,” he said. “Often you can tell there’s a sense of relief, too.”

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