Reply To: AWA Loses in Pennsylvania’s Highest Court – Discussion Continued

terry brunson

I did not mean to confuse you. The PSP issues a letter to people that they remove from their SO registry. They put on the letter a detriment statement that they cannot stop other states from from making thise that are dropped from their registry.

It is written in the ACT 10 and ACT 29 law that a court determination is the true document that will save all who are removed from the PSP SO registry. The PSP can do a voluntary cessation by what if you go to another state on vacation and stay longer than you plan and you get stopped by the police and they run a FBI NCIC check find that your name is still in their bank as active and you have not registered in that state – YOU WILL BE IN HOT SHIT. Even if you tell them that the PSP said I don’t have to register.

Yes in PA. but on the PSP letter they writ a detriment statement that other states must be informed if you travel to them. To curb all that you demand a court oreded determination for removal of your name from the FBI NCIC bs and the court will order a removal of your name from the FBI NCIC. The PSP alone has not this power, but a Pa. court does……….. When being taken off the PSP registry – by them they put the detriment statement on their letter. If you don’t know what it mean, and travel to another state thinking you are free to stay as long as you like – read case law J.J.M. v. PSP A3d 386 MD 2017 and In re D.A., 801 A2d 614, 616-17 on detriment on PSP letter without Court’s decision. Many in the future will find out the hard way.