Welcome to Professional Law Enforcement Training

High Quality, Cost-effective Training

Professional Law Enforcement Training was founded in 2008 to provide realistic and up-to-date training courses to police officers across the world.  Since its inception, PLET has established a very diverse training curriculum taught by instructors with extensive experience.  PLET instructors are carefully vetted to ensure they have subject matter expertise, dynamic presentation styles, and are passionate about their course material.

 

Mission Statement

PLET training courses are focused on saving officers' lives, refining investigative skills, and successfully prosecuting criminals to ensure convictions.

Since 2008, PLET has trained over 10,000 military, federal, state, local, and tribunal police officers in nearly every state in the United States and several Canadian provinces with exceptional reviews.  In fact, 99% of officers that have attended a PLET class, rated the class and the instructor as “Excellent.”

 

Owner's Message

 

As the owner of PLET, I have an unparalleled commitment to ensure that all officers attending a PLET course walk away with actionable skills and knowledge to increase their performance in their respective positions.

 

I am extremely confident in our instructors and their curriculum.  If you are not satisfied with a training course, please contact us for a free voucher to attend a future training class.

 

Stay Safe, 

 

Byron Boston

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NYPD sends 7-year-old to Disney World

Cops donated some Disney magic Thursday to help console a 7-year-old boy who lost both parents to a murder-suicide in the Bronx in December.  Tyrone Lowe Jr., 7, was welcomed by Mickey and Minnie Mouse and a cadre of police officers when he entered the 49th Precinct stationhouse in Morris Park Thursday.  The Disney icons opened the door of an NYPD SUV and Minnie lifted the young boy off the ground with a big hug before the trio walked, hand in hand, down a gauntlet of cops, as two officers regaled him with a trumpet tune.

 

Tyrone was just 6 years old when his father fatally shot his mother while he sat in the next room of her Morris Park home Dec. 1. His dad was later found dead by suicide, shot in the head, in a 2006 Honda Odyssey.  On Thursday, Mickey and Minnie presented Tyrone with a massive $5,000 check for "The Tyrone Lowe Scholarship Fund" from the "49 precinct and NYPD family," as well as a week-long trip to Disney World in Florida for him and his aunt Annadelle Williams.  Click here for full story

 

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