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Congratulations to the 2014 Assiniboine PBL Instructor Development Course graduates!
The 2014 Annual Conference is in the books!

A special thanks to all our conference participants for your contributions, for engaging in the learning process, and for your ongoing commitment to our movement in policing education .

Congratulations to our newest Board Members, Michele Wyatt (Secretary), Marc Savy, and Malena Gonzalez!
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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

  • Our conference keynote is back in the news for the great work he's been doing as a leader to reduce crime in Richmond, California. Congrats once again to Chief Chris Magnus.

    Richmond: Police chief credits crime reduction to leadership that took risks
    Richmond police Chief Chris Magnus, who has garnered regional and even national acclaim for his community policing approach and successes in reducing crime, discussed his strategies, challenges and even his favorite books at the Richmond Public Library Thursday.
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The Police Society for Problem Based Learning
PO Box 362  Oakley, California, USA  94561
Email us: info@pspbl.org