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Act 153 of 2014 requires school employees to provide or renew State Police/FBI record checks and child abuse clearance statements. Additional changes to the law went into effect July 1, 2015. PSEA wants to ensure that all members understand how this policy affects them.
School employees who obtain background checks for employment purposes can use the same background checks for volunteer activities with children. School employees also may use their current background checks when applying for employment from other school employers.
PSEA members who have questions about the renewal requirements should contact their PSEA UniServ Representative.