School District Of The City Of York
York City School Police Department serves the District for the safety and security of our students and staff. In addition to patrol functions, each Officer is actively involved with our students to create an awareness of fairness and safety in all aspects of their lives.
Learn more about the people who serve in our Police Department:
Chief Michael L. Muldrow
Michael L. Muldrow was born Oct. 30, 1974 in York. Raised by two vigilant parents, aside an older brother, he was exposed to a variety of people, places and things without being compromised by the negative influences of a 3rd class city. After graduating in 1994 from William Penn Senior High School, Muldrow spent several years in the community as a professional barber before marrying in 1997. A growing family and the desire to be something more stirred a vocational change for Muldrow that sent him to work at the York County Prison. Employment with the York City School District soon followed. A wide range of duties, from interacting with the community, to problem solving for at-risk students convinced Muldrow to follow in the footsteps of his father, seeking a career in law enforcement. In 2000, the goal was realized as he gained employment with the York City Police Department. In 2006, Muldrow went on to accept a position with the U.S. Department of Defense Police Force in New Cumberland, Pa. and a part-time position with the West York Borough Police Department. This was followed by a brief stint with Newberry Township Police, and, most recently, employment with the York County Sheriff’s Office. Having returned to work for the York City School District, Muldrow continues to perform at the highest level possible, showing a willingness to experience all the field has to offer, tackling challenges with vigor. Muldrow has since been able to pour over 16 years of professional “public service” experience into his new role as Chief of School Police and Safety Services, using it to serve as platform for social change; working to keep students safe, support families, promote better relations between the community and local law enforcement, increase confidence in city schools and advocate for children.
Officer Britney Brooks
Britney M. Brooks was born July 7, 1987 in Trenton, New Jersey. Although born out of state, she spent her formative years in York, Pa attending Devers Elementary School and Smith Middle School. York quickly became home for her and became the place where her foundation was laid. In the summer of 2001, she and her family moved to Virginia Beach, Va., where she graduated from Bayside High School.
Shortly after graduation, Brooks joined the U.S. Army as a Mortuary Affairs Specialist, serving two tours in Iraq. After being honorably discharged in 2009, she traveled and studied abroad at University of Maryland University College (UMUC) in Illesheim, Germany until 2011. In 2011 she returned to York and became employed at the York County Prison as a Corrections Officer until finally finding what she now calls her “dream job” as a School Police Officer.
During her college experience Brooks did a massive study on the “school-to-prison pipeline.” This study prompted one simple question: What can I do to cause change in the lives of young people?
The job as a School Police Officer allows her to become personally acquainted with youth that in some instances would be considered “at risk” and act as an advocate, mentor, and interventionist in many cases while still fulfilling the traditional duties of a Police Officer.
Officer Alan Clarkson
Officer Alan Clarkson was born in June 1966. Clarkson was raised by his mother and father in Dallastown and attended Dallastown schools from kindergarten to 9th grade. He then attended York County Vo-Tech and graduated in 1984.
In 1991, Clarkson was hired by the York City Police Department and immediately attended Allentown Police Academy. While employed with the city police, Clarkson served as a patrolman, a motorcycle patrolman, a firearms instructor and a member of the county SWAT team. He served 12 years as a detective working robbery/homicide and finally supervising the SVU (child abuse/sex crimes) unit.
Clarkson retired from the York City Police Department in 2016 after 25 years of service. He joined the York City School District Police Department in March 2016.
Officer Brian Copenheaver
Officer Brian Copenheaver was born August 28, 1970 in York. He grew up in Dover with his parents and graduated From Penn State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration of Justice. Copenheaver worked for the Town of Dewey Beach Police Department and served 16 years for the York County Sheriff’s Office, where he implemented many youth programs and crime prevention initiatives. In addition, he served in other special units such as bomb squad, bike unit supervisor, and Protection From Abuse Unit. Brian also served three years at York County Youth Development Center as a supervisor. Brian lives in Mount Wolf with his wife Pattie and children.
As a School Police Officer, Brian is assigned to Ferguson K-8 School. Officer Copenheaver encourages the students to make positive choices to be successful. His goal is to help create an environment that promotes the best possible place for all students for learning to take place.
Officer Bryan Einsig
Bryan Einsig joined the York City School District in July 2009. He was born and raised in York County, with strong family roots in York City. He has spent 30 years in a public safety capacity.
Einsig aims every day to exceed the expectations of his school community, including students, families, staff, community and administration. His personal goal is to always be there for his family and to be a role model for his children.
Einsig is a proud husband and father of one daughter and two sons.
Officer Edwin Hernandez
Officer Edwin Hernandez was born Jan. 17, 1962 in York and was raised by two loving parents. He graduated from high school in 1980 and went on to further his education at York College where he graduated in 1984 with a degree in Criminal Justice. He was then employed by Met-Ed until 1987 when he was hired by the York City Police Department and achieved his career goal. There, he was a police officer until he retired in December 2013 after 26 years of service. During his career, he was assigned to various assignments including patrol, community policing, hostage negotiator, field training officer, drug task force, street crime unit and school resource officer. He married in 1992 and has three sons and a daughter. In January of 2014, he was hired by the York City School District and sworn in as a School Police Officer where he is currently employed. His motivation and passion continues as he serves the community where he was born and raised.
Officer Angelica Morales-Santiago
Officer Angelica Morales-Santiago was born on Feb. 6, 1993 in Yauco, Puerto Rico. When she was a year old, her parents decided to move the family to the United States for better opportunity purposes. They relocated in Jamaica Queens, New York. Shortly afterward, they moved to York, Pa., where more family members lived. Angie attended the local York City schools and graduated from William Penn Senior High School in 2011. During her years at William Penn, Angie played basketball and volleyball, ran track, played the saxophone in the band and was class president. Angie also received a leadership award from Mayor C. Kim Bracey. A recipient of the York College Community Opportunity Scholarship Program (YCCOSP), Angie attended York College and studied Criminal Justice and Spanish. As a college senior, Angie was an intern at the Youth Advocate Program where she later was offered a job as an advocate working with kids. In May of 2015, Angie graduated from York College and two weeks later gave birth to a precious baby girl named Asani. After having some time off with Asani, Angie went back to work with the Youth Advocate Program as a TSS (Therapeutic Support Staff) working with kids on the spectrum. In February 2016 Angie realized a personal dream, joining the York City School District as a School Police Officer.
Officer Percy Powell
Percy A. Powell, Jr. was born Oct. 26, 1973 in Norfolk, Va. Powell is a product of the School District of the City of Chesapeake, Va. (also known as South Norfolk) and graduated from Oscar Frommel Smith High School in 1993. After high school, Powell joined the United States Navy. He attended a military police academy at Lackland Airforce Base and graduated in August 1994. Stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for a year, Powell received training on various roles and responsibilities of a police officer. Powell received an honorable discharge and a long list of commendations in 1997.
In 2007, Powell acknowledged the call to God’s ministry and preached his initial sermon. That year, he was ordained as a Reverend through the Central Baptist Associations. Powell has been the Associate Minister at Bethlehem Baptist for nine years and head of security for the Pennsylvania Baptist State Youth Convention for four years. Powell is attending Lancaster Bible College with the goal of earning a Master’s in Divinity.
Powell was hired in 2009 with the School District of the City of York as head of security at Hannah Penn Middle School. Powell was sworn in by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Law Enforcement Officer in 2014. Officer Powell currently serves the students and staff at Goode K-8. His professional goal is keeping the students and staff safe so they can receive a productive education and change lives for the better.
Officer Greg Seibert
Greg Seibert was born in Philadelphia but graduated high school in West York. He attended the 77th Police academy and for the past 15 years has served as a police officer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. During this time, Seibert has worked in numerous areas of policing. Some of these areas of policing include K-9, narcotics, criminal investigations, Field Training Officer and his current position as a school police officer.
Seibert recently graduated from Tiffin University with and undergrad degree in police administration. He is working on his master’s degree so he can continue to strive to reach his goal of becoming a chief of police. He plans to pursue a doctorate degree, becoming the first person in his family to do so.
Throughout his life, Seibert has had to work extra hard due to a learning disability, dyslexia. When he was younger, Seibert had a very hard time passing classes. However, when he graduated from college, he was within a percentage point of graduating with honors.
The most important thing in Seibert’s life is his family. He is a father of three kids, two boys and one girl. He plays baseball and softball and cheers hard for all Philadelphia teams.