CPIC National Directory: March Front Cover. Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Law Enforcement Service. Technical Information Service Section, Support . maintain an up-to-date list of all CPIC users and advise the National CPIC Administrator of any changes, movement, temporary or permanent. A national forensic advisory committee is needed. 7–13 For example, the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC), a backbone system that provides.

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For inquiries relating to discrimination based on pardoned conviction. What happens to the records of youths who re-offend? This includes stays, acquittals, etc. Information stored in local and provincial criminal records systems may or may not be found in the CPIC database.

Link network that share this resource. Private sector employers who wish to see the record must make a formal request in youth court and convince the judge that they have a substantial interest in the record.

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In such cases, the individual’s criminal record check has come back “not cleared” or stated that a “record may or may not exist. Waivers can be obtained at the Department of U. However, the existence of a record cannot be confirmed without submitting fingerprints.

What kind nationa, criminal record information can be accessed?

Alberta’s Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner: To obtain information from a provincial department or agency, a request must be made to the individual department’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator.

Click the ‘Query Network’ button to show other libraries in the Library. When employers ask the young dirdctory to provide their own record or proof of no record “voluntarily,” the youth is left with directtory choices. In Canada, no one can access another person’s criminal record without the consent of the person to whom the record relates.

The criminal record release form may also specify that the information be sent either directly to the agency requesting the check or that the individual pick up the record in person. These laws define their accessibility, disclosure and disposal. Pfleiderer said if police agencies or Crown attorneys need criminal records updated for court purposes, the RCMP can expedite those requests.


Some legislation is intended to minimize the negative impact of having a criminal record, while other legislation authorizes the disclosure and sharing of criminal record information.

A variety of youth record information can be accessed by authorized persons only. The Criminal Records Act states that, except in exceptional circumstances:. Potential employees or volunteers might be asked to submit their fingerprints to police if dirctory criminal name index search has indicated that there may or may not be a record. In accordance with the Criminal Records Act, these departments must seal and separate pardoned criminal records from other records. After two years, the file is destroyed.

Although we have tried to answer as many criminal record questions directpry possible, there are some that cannot be easily answered through a review of the legislation and policies. Cite Data – Experimental. Further, if the student transfers schools, that information must follow the student.

If an agency wishes to access criminal record natiional, they must inform the individual of the kind of criminal record information being sought. Even though discharges are not considered convictions, records of discharged offences are maintained by CPIC for a limited time. As mentioned above, CPIC maintains a computer-based information system that provides police officers across the nation with criminal record data that may be helpful in the arrest of suspects.

The waiver is good for five years. Information not related to the school’s concerns should not be disclosed. Purging directiry file erases it completely from CPIC, providing no indication that a record ever existed. Under the Young Offenders Actyoung persons are not convicted of offences but, rather, are found guilty.

Employers, community agencies and educational institutions can only obtain criminal record information if the individual consents. In addition, if the discharge was given before July 24,a record of the offence may remain on CPIC and information may be obtained from the database in exceptional circumstances. Youth’s name Youth’s age Type of offence Previous offence Type of disposition Expiry date of directort offender status.

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There is a hard copy of all documents, as well as a microfiche copy of the accused’s file. The employer would need to dirwctory that the youth’s record would have an impact on his or her ability to perform duties related to the job. The Young Offenders Act provides the provinces with the authority to access and share young offender information among professionals. When individuals request copies of their cpix criminal record from the RCMP, they will generally receive their full criminal record.


However, there are exceptions where the record information is not destroyed once it has reached non-disclosure. Some of the information provided is the same for both adult and youth records; however, there are some significant differences. There are numerous educational programs that may require a criminal record check before an applicant is accepted. If an employer wishes to obtain information about a person’s criminal record history, the question should be phrased: In most cases, when the person turns 80 years old AND there has been no criminal activity reported in the previous 10 years.

The names of persons who have been charged but never convicted cannot be accessed from the CPIC database, except in cases in which a discharge has been granted. Banking, accounting, payroll and investment positions Cashiers Child care workers and drectory Chiropractors Clerks of the courts Comptrollers Correctional Centre or security positions Dentists Doctors Massage therapists Nurses Officers of the courts. This document was made possible through the generous support of the Alberta Law Foundation.

Optometrists Peace officers Physiotherapists Residence officers School staff including principals, secretaries, teachers, classroom assistants and janitors Sheriffs Social service workers and volunteers Special needs workers, volunteers Students of Criminology, Criminal Justice, Corrections, Policing and Social Work Veterinarians.

With Financial Directorg From: Like other provincial legislation of this kind, Alberta’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Actrelates to information held by provincial departments and agencies.

Who can access youth records? Since there is no legislation in place that requires local police to submit criminal information to CPIC with the exception of the Young Offenders Actthe criminal records of the central system do not reflect the totality of records that exist.