PBSI has formed a strategic alliance with The Emergence Group to provide the only comprehensive international law enforcement development package that incorporates the use of forensic investigative techniques. This collaboration develops country specific law enforcement development packages based upon the principles of democratic civilian policing, the rule of law and the preservation of human rights.
PBSI is expanding its Laboratory Manuals Services to include pre-inspection evaluations and quality systems audits using the criteria established by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB) and the International Standards Organization (ISO).Additionally, PBSI is in the process of obtaining the credentials required to certify a facility to be in compliance with […]
PBSI and Northwest HazMat, Inc. have developed a clandestine lab safety training course that meets the training requirements established by 29 CRF 1910.120. The training will be open to all law enforcement, fire service and emergency responders who potentially encounter clandestine laboratories during the performance of their duties. Classes will be available spring 2006. Contact […]
Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement of the United States Department of State has renewed its contract with PBSI to provide forensic technical assistance in republics of the former Soviet Union.
Humana Press releases The Forensic Laboratory Handbook . PBSI Senior Forensic Advisor Donnell Christian wrote the Chapter 2 “Forensic Chemistry. ( Table of Contents )
Criminialist.us and Armor Forensics are preparing a series of clandestine lab training seminars for 2006. The one day seminars will address the identification, collection and preservation of physical evidence at clandestine lab scenes. The focus will be how to safely handle the hazardous materials found at clandestine labs, while at the same time maintaining the […]
The July and August clandestine lab training seminars scheduled to be held at the Western Forensic Law Enforcement Training Center have been postponed until 2006 due to schduling issues at the WFLETC. Contact the PBSI Seminar Coordinator for additional information.
Evidence Technology Magazine publishes an interview with PBSI Senior Forensic Advisor Donnell Christian. The interview focuses on clandestine lab trends and training issues.
PBSI has scheduled two clandestine lab training seminars at the Western Forensic Law Enforcement Training Center in Pueblo Colorado. The July seminar will be a “cook school” which will provide the participants the hands on opportunity to manufacture controlled substances under conditions similar to those used by clandestine lab operators. The August seminar is focused […]
PBSI begins developing a clandestine lab safety certification course that meets the training requirements established by 29 CRF 1910.120. Former DEA personnel are assisting with this project. The initial class is projected to be in January 2006. Contact PBSI Clan Lab Training Sections if your agency is interested in participating or hosting a clandestine lab […]