When applying for a Record Suspension, the RCMP requires a local records check to be performed in every policing jurisdiction that you have resided in for the past 5 years.

Once an individual has received the certified copy of their criminal record (which will be 1 or 2 pages) they can then request a Local Police Records Check.

Applying in Person

  • Must supply the certified copy of their record issued by the RCMP
  • Must supply the Local Police Records Check Form (2-page document) located within the record suspension application guide - which can be obtained by contacting the Parole Board of Canada
  • Must present 2 pieces of government-issued identification, one bearing a photo, full name, and date of birth
  • Pay the administrative fee of $45.00 by debit/credit/certified cheque or money order made payable to the Toronto Police Service

Applying via mail

  • Must supply the certified copy of their record issued by the RCMP
  • Must supply the Local Police Records Check Form (2-page document) located within the record suspension application guide - which can be obtained by contacting the Parole Board of Canada
  • Must enclose clear copies of 2 pieces of government-issued identification, one bearing a photo, full name, and date of birth
  • Include administrative fee of $45.00 by certified cheque/money order made payable to the Toronto Police Service

Please note: If using a 3rd party organization to assist in applying for a Record Suspension, the organization must supply a signed letter of authorization for our office to re-direct the results.

Further questions regarding the process can be directed to the Police Reference Check Program via email: [email protected].

 

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