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Featured Agencies List

This list was initially compiled from a 2007 PSPBL survey of members. If you want to be added to the list and you believe your agency qualifies for Police PBL/PTO, contact this site with your name, affiliation, email address, and description of your agencies PBL or PTO program. We will review your application and if you qualify we will append your agency to the Featured Agency list.

If your agency appears and youÕd like to be removed from the list contact us and we will delete your agency as a PBL / PTO police agency.

Before you request to be added to the Featured Agencies page you should ensure your agency qualifies as a PBL / PTO agency. Instructors certified through the PBL Certification program will already have an idea what this means.

Those who have yet to become PBL certified through PSPBL can get a good idea about the Police PBL program through the COPS Office publication "Police PBL: Blueprint for the 21st Century" available for free download on this website at http://www.pspbl.com/pdf/PolicePBLBook2007.pdf

There are some other PBL reference materials and websites that you will find useful. Check our Resources page for more information.

List of featured PTO agencies registered on this website as of December, 2007

Canadian and American police agencies using the national PTO Program This list was compiled in December, 2006/January, 2007 from on-going research at PSPBL (see footnote #1). The list is constantly being updated due to the growing number of agencies successfully adopting PTO, and the PBL methods on which it is based. Please help us keep this list up to date. If your agency has adopted the national PTO model, or is in the process of doing so, please notify us and we can add you to the growing number of progressive police agencies moving forward with 21st Century training methods.

Complete List

Alberta
 1) Calgary Police
 2) Camrose Police
 3) Edmonton Police
 
Arkansas
 1) North Little Rock Police
 
California
 1) Capitola Police
 2) Cyprus Police
 3) Folsom Police
 4) Fresno Police Dept
 5) Fresno Sheriff’s Office
 6) Napa Police
 7) Richmond Police
 8) Santa Rosa Police
 9) Sunnyvale Dept of Public Safety
 
Colorado
 1) Colorado Springs Police
 2) Milliken Police
 
Georgia
 1) Athens-Clarke County Police
 2) Savannah Police
 
Idaho
 1) Idaho Falls Police
 
Kansas
 1) Riley County Police
 
Kentucky
 1) Bowling Green Police
 2) Louisville Metro Police Department
 
Massachusetts
 1) Chelsea Police
 2) Lowell Police
 3) Needham Police
 
Minnesota
 1) Faribault Police Department
 2) Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office
 3) Hermantown Police Department
 4) Lino Lakes Police Department
 5) Lonsdale Police Department
 6) Rice County Sheriff’s Office
 7) Rochester Police Department
 8) St. Louis Park Police Department
 
Mississipi
 1) Jackson Police
 
Missouri
 1) Kansas City Police
 2) St. Louis Police
 
Nevada
 1) Reno Police
 
North Carolina
 1) Charlotte Mecklenberg Police
 2) Gastonia Police
 3) Greensboro Police
 
North Dakota
 1) Fargo Police
 
Ontario
 1) Durham Regional Police
 2) Halton Regional Police (underway)
 
South Dakota
 1) South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department
 
Vermont
 1) University of Vermont Police
 
Virginia
 1) Virginia Beach Police
 
Washington State
 1) Fife Police Department
 2) King County Sheriff Office (underway)
 3) Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office
 4) Lakewood Police
 5) Puyallup Police
 6) Richland Police
 7) Spokane Sheriff’s Office
 8) Tacoma Police
 9) The Criminal Justice Training Commission
 10) Wenatchee Police
 11) Yakima Police
 
Wisconsin
 1) Eau Claire Police Department
 2) Superior Police Department
 
PBL Academies
 1) Assiniboine Community College, Brandon, Manitoba
 2) Department of Criminal Justice Training, Richmond, Kentucky
 3) Napa Valley College of Criminal Justice Training, Napa, California
 4) Royal Canadian Mounted Police Academy, Regina, Saskatchewan