Use an Online Police Check to Get a CRJMC in 15 Minutes
Did you know you can use an online police check to get your criminal record and judicial matters check online?
Organizations request a criminal record and judicial matters check when they require a criminal record check in addition to whether you have any outstanding entries and charges.
A criminal record and judicial matters check will include:
- Criminal convictions from the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) and/or local databases.
- Summary convictions for five years.
- Outstanding entries, such as charges and warrants, judicial orders, peace bonds, probation, and prohibition orders.
- Absolute and conditional discharges.
- Convictions where a record suspension has been granted if authorized under the Criminal Records Act or another act or regulation.
However, a criminal record and judicial matters check will not include:
- Convictions where a record suspension has been granted.
- Convictions under provincial statutes.
- Local police contact.
- Ministry of Transportation information.
- The Special Interest Police category of CPIC.
- Family Court restraining orders.
- Foreign information.
- Any reference to incidents involving mental health contact.
- Any reference to contagious diseases.
- A vulnerable sector check.
Because a criminal record and judicial matters check doesn’t include a vulnerable sector check, roles that involve working with children and vulnerable persons won’t require one. Otherwise, the types of jobs that may require a criminal record and judicial matters check can include:
- A position with an organization’s board of directors.
- IT personnel.
- Skilled labour position at daycares, schools, hospitals, and long-term care facilities.
These are just a few examples. Be sure to confirm with your employer about the type of background check they need before making your request.
You can get a criminal record and judicial matters check online or in person. For in-person, you’ll need to visit your local police service. You will need to have two pieces of government-issued identification. One must contain a photograph and signature, and one must include your full name and date of birth.
Examples of acceptable forms of identification include:
- Driver’s licence
- Permanent resident card
- International student card
- Indian status card
- Birth certificate
- Immigration papers
Be sure to confirm with your local police service about the types of identification they accept.
Processing times for in-person criminal and judicial matters checks can vary depending on the volume of requests and the service’s procedures.
How to Get Your Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check Online
Triton offers online police checks with industry-leading turnaround times that will satisfy a CRJMC. Simply enter your personal information then pay using our secure methods and you’ll receive your results by email within only fifteen minutes. It’s that easy!
And with our new app, the process has gotten even more convenient.