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Halton Regional Police Service
Police Record Checks

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If you choose not continue with the online applications for Police Records Checks, they may be completed and submitted in person at the following locations:

Headquarters

Halton Regional Police Service
Information and Records Services Bureau

1151 Bronte Road
Oakville, Ontario    L6M 3L1
Canada

Tel:
(905) 825-4777 x4712
Fax:
(905) 825-9416


11 Division

217 Guelph Street, Georgetown
M-F 8:00am - 7:00pm


12 Division

490 Childs Drive, Milton
M-F 8:00am - 10:00pm


20 Division

95 Oak Walk Drive, Oakville
M-F 8:00am - 10:00pm


30 Division

3800 Constable Henshaw Blvd, Burlington
M-F 8:00am - 10:00pm



Reconsideration Request Process

An applicant may only request a reconsideration on a Police Vulnerable Sector Check. If you wish to request a reconsideration of the non-convictions disclosed on your Police Vulnerable Sector Check you may submit a Request for Reconsideration form, which can be found on the Halton Regional Police Service website. This form is to be forwarded to:

Halton Regional Police Service
Information and Records Services Bureau
Attention: Assistant Manager
1151 Bronte Road, Oakville
Ontario, L6M 3L1

You may also refer to the Halton Regional Police Service website at (http://www.haltonpolice.ca/) for further information regarding the Police Information Check (PIC) and Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) process.


Release of Completed Police Record Check

Police Information Check (PIC)

The Police Service will provide the results of a completed Police Information Check (PIC) only to you, the applicant.

It is your decision to discuss the results of a Police Information Check (PIC) with the agency where you want to work or volunteer.

The role of the Police Service is to provide you with the results of the Police Information Check (PIC). It is the responsibility of the volunteer or employment agency to determine your suitability for the position.

Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC)

The Police Service will complete a Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) based on your name, gender and date of birth. A completed Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) will be provided to you, the applicant.

The role of the Police Service is to provide you with the results of the Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC). It is the responsibility of the volunteer or employment agency to determine your suitability for the position.

Note: If the Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) is inconclusive a fingerprint based search will be required. If the RCMP confirms that you have received a record suspension (pardon) for a sex offence, the information will be forwarded to the Minister of Public Safety to authorize disclosure of all or part of the information contained in your file. When the information is authorized for disclosure by the Minister, the criminal record associated with your fingerprints will be returned to the Police Service and will include the pardoned sexual offence information.

At this point the Police Service will be required to obtain your consent in writing for disclosure of the record(s). When you have signed the form giving consent to release the record(s) the Police Service must forward the information to the requesting agency (employer or volunteer agency). If you do not consent to the release of the information, the Police Service will advise the requesting agency (employment or volunteer) they are unable to complete the vulnerable sector check.