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Emotional Intelligence Seminar

The South Dakota Law Enforcement Training Center and PSPBL present a seminar focusing on Emotional Intelligence for Public Safety and police professionals.

The seminar will be presented May 26-29, 2015 in Pierre, South Dakota by Gregory Saville and Gerard Cleveland.

For more information about this seminar please download the flier at this link.
PBL Instructor Development Course Announcement!

Assiniboine College will once again host an 80 hour PBL Instructor Development Course.

The dates are June 15 - 26, 2015.

More information and registration can be found on the Assiniboine College website at this link
The 2015 Annual Conference!

We are pleased to announce the 2015 PSPBL Conference hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department June 1-3, 2015.

For more information check out the Conference page from the Conference tab on our Home page.
PSPBL has the PTO 2.0 Manual!

PSPBL has the only revision to the original PTO program since it's inception. The developers of the original PTO National Model, Gregory Saville & Gerard Cleveland, recently revised and published the PTO 2.0 Manual and PSPBL is the only place you can get it! PSPBL members have access to the new PTO Manual in our Resource Library. Join PSPBL through the Membership tab and get access to all our resources including the new PTO 2.0 Manual.
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PSPBL Membership

Benefits of a PSPBL Membership:

- Access to our online resources
- Discounted conference registration rate
- Access to our Certification Program

Individual membership fees are $50 annually. Join Today!
Agency Memberships are also available! Learn more here.
The Police Society for Problem Based Learning is a not for profit organization created by law enforcement professionals for the purpose of improving the quality of training. We support Problem Based Learning in police training internationally through Training for Trainer courses, Police Training Officer courses, mentoring and consulting, an e-newsletter, and through our website which offers a library of resources for its members. For access to our resource library please consider joining PSPBL as a member. In addition to full resource access, PSPBL members enjoy a discounted registration rate at our annual conference.

Host a PTO or PBL Instructor Development Course!

Is your agency interested in hosting a PTO or PBL Instructor Certification course? If so, we can help with certified instructors and logistics. If you want to implement PTO in your agency, or keep your program strong with your own in-house certified PBL Instructors you'll want to receive the best in training- from those who've created and developed the program and practitioners who have extensive experience in all aspects of PTO and PBL. Please contact us for more information.


Our new site!

Our new website was designed and developed by Robyn Stewart and Caitlin Fraser, students in the Interactive Media Arts Program at Assiniboine Community College. They are taught problem based learning practices in school and put them to use when working on this project.
Read more about their journey from start to finish on the student blog. IMA Logo

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Recent Posts

  • We may not be the only ones recognizing Richmond PD and Chief Magnus for outstanding Community Policing and Problem Oriented Policing efforts as evidenced by these photos and this story!


    The Richmond Police Department

    VISIT WITH PRESIDENT OBAMARichmond Police Officer Erik Oliver was one of six officers selected to visit with President Obama at the White House on Tuesday. Richmond Police Department was one of six police agencies in the nation invited to send an officer to the White House for an intimate visit with the President and the Vice President. Our department was selected based on our progressive approach to community policing, our ongoing ability to bridge the gap between police and the community we serve, and the decline of our crime rate. Officer Oliver discussed how Chief Magnus implemented a non-traditional policing model that has had a positive impact on our community. The meeting with President Obama was a part of his 21st Century Policing program which he has since formed a Task Force. Officer Oliver said the experience was "surreal and very memorable." He said President Obama was "so down to earth." Thank you for representing our police department well, Officer Erik Oliver!!
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The Police Society for Problem Based Learning
PO Box 362  Oakley, California, USA  94561
Email us: info@pspbl.org