14. Unpublished lecture notes, unpublished manuscripts, unpublished articles, creative works in progress, research-related material and scholarly correspondence of a community college or an institution of the State System of Higher Education or a faculty member, staff employee, guest speaker or student thereof.
15. Academic transcripts, examinations, examination questions, scoring keys or answers to examinations. This subparagraph shall include licensing and other examinations relating to the qualifications of an individual and to examinations given in primary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education.
16. A record of an agency relating to or resulting in a criminal
1. Complaints of potential criminal conduct other than
a private criminal complaint.
2. Investigative materials, notes, correspondence,
videos and reports.
3. A record thai: includes the identity of a confidential source or the identity of a suspect who has not been charged with an offense to whom confidentiality has been promised.
4. A record that includes information made
confidential by law or court order.
5. Victim information, including any information that would jeopardize the safety of the victim.
6. A record that, if disclosed, would do any of the
1. Reveal the institution, progress or result of a criminal investigation, except the filing of criminal charges.
2. Deprive a person of the right to a fair trial or an impartial adjudication.
3. Impair the ability to locate a defendant or codefendant.
4. Hinder an agency’s ability to secure an arrest, prosecution or conviction.
5. Endanger the life or physical safety of an individual.
This paragraph shall not apply to information contained in a police blotter as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. § 9102 (relating to definitions) and utilized or maintained by the Pennsylvania State Police, local, campus, transit or port authority police department or other law enforcement agency or in a traffic report except as provided under 75 Pa.C.S. § 3754(b) (relating to accident prevention investigations).