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The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Risk Vulnerability Assessment Team Security Assessment
If your schools has had a security assessment conducted by the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Risk Vulnerability Assessment Team from the Pennsylvania Office of Homeland Security that the report should be considered confidential and access to the report's contents should be solely between the school district and PSP Team.
The PSP Team does not and will not share the report with anyone or any other agency. The report is protected under Homeland Security Freedom of Information Act. It is understood that you can share it internally as you desire. Since the report contains detailed descriptions, photographs and a risk/threat analysis of your building's security vulnerabilities which, if made public, could pose a possible danger, school districts are strongly encouraged not to share the report with anyone outside the district. This may result in the release-even if unintentional-of its sensitive contents. If you receive requests for this report from an outside entity and have questions about releasing it, you may contact either the PSP Team or PDE safe school staff.