The Santa Barbara Police Activities League (SBPAL) strives to build the bridge between cops, kids and our community through educational, athletic, and leadership enrichment programs.
Santa Barbara PAL's History Est. 1999
The Santa Barbara Police Activities League (SBPAL) strives to build positive mentoring relationships between teens, the police department, and members of the community through educational, athletic, and leadership development programs.
SBPAL is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization. This Program relies heavily on city, state, and national grants, as well as financial support from the community.
Your donation will assist us in implementing new and alternative programming for under-privileged youth in our community as well as maintain current programs which provide much needed direction and helps the child focus on becoming better and more productive citizens.
Letter of Engagement Between
the Santa Barbara Police Department and
the Santa Barbara Police Activities League
Since 1999, the Santa Barbara Police Department has supported the Santa Barbara Police Activities League and the mission of building positive relationships between teens, law enforcement and the community.
The Santa Barbara Police Department provides in-kind time & support for a PAL Program Officer to assist SBPAL with programing, fund raising and community awareness.
The Santa Barbara Police Department provides in-kind officer time & support for the Police Explorer Post, during both the weekly training sessions and the weekend competitions.
The Santa Barbara Police Activities League will provide a seat on the Executive Board for the position of Chief's Advisor. Additional officer may join the board.
The Santa Barbara Police Activities League will provide programs for teens while promoting positive attitude towards law enforcement. PAL staff, as partners with the Santa Barbara Police Department, will conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner, both on-duty and off duty.