MyCRC and Certn partner with Canadian police agencies to conduct Criminal Record Checks based on the Name and Date of Birth of an applicant. These searches may provide an indication of the existence of criminal convictions, for which a pardon/record suspension has not been granted, within the RCMP National Repository of Criminal Records. Any information discovered will be as the record exists on the date of search.
Results will also contain any disclosure of criminal history, as entered by you (the individual). Checks resulting in a “Not Clear” determination will also indicate confirmation of disclosure when provided by the individual.
Please note: Specific details of a criminal record conviction cannot be released without a fingerprint verification. Fingerprinting can be conducted by local police or accredited fingerprinting agencies. Please contact your local police for further information.
Information captured through the Criminal Record Check will NOT include:
Outstanding entries (ie. charged and wanted person information)
Convictions under Provincial Statutes
Convictions for which a pardon/record suspension has been granted
Cases where the applicant has been found guilty by reason of mental disorder