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About the Keystone Oaks School Police
The Keystone Oaks School Police was established and became officially recognized as an independent agency by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts at the beginning of the 2009-2010 school year. The School Police has been granted the authority to exercise the same powers as the local municipal police departments while in all school buildings, on school buses and on all school grounds in the Keystone Oaks School District. The district created the position to help maintain a safe, friendly environment at the middle school/high school campus.
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School Resource Officer
John Bruner
John Bruner began as KO’s School Police Officer in 2015. Officer Bruner has more than 18 years of experience working in law enforcement and is trained in the A.L.I.C.E. method of responding to active shooter incidents. At KO, Bruner is the Resource Officer for all 5 schools and provides mentoring and educational programs to all District students.
Keystone Oaks School District  |  1000 Kelton Avenue  |  Pittsburgh, PA 15216-1984  |  Phone: 412-571-6000  |  District Fax: 412-571-6006 Aiken Fax: 412-571-6164  |  Dormont Fax: 412-571-6151  |  Myrtle Fax: 412-571-6051  |  Middle School Fax: 412-571-6092  |  High School Fax: 412-571-6043
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