Police Record Checks:
WHILE THE POLICE SERVICE STRIVES TO MEET THE ESTIMATED TURN AROUND TIME, THERE IS NO ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE!
The Windsor Police Service has implemented the:
Law Enforcement and Records Managers Network (L.E.A.R.N.) Guideline for Police Record Checks as approved by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. The L.E.A.R.N. Guideline for Police Record Checks is intended to assist police services understand and apply relevant legislation, policies, procedures and directives to the processing of Police Record Checks. It is also intended to promote consistency in processing methods as well as terminology used throughout the Province of OntarioDeveloped by a Sub-Committee of the OACP which included consultation with the following Stakeholders: • Royal Canadian Mounted Police• Canadian Criminal Real Time Identification Services (CCRTIS)• The Ontario Human Rights Commission• The Information and Privacy Commission• Volunteer Toronto• Justice for Children and Youth• Ontario Association of Patient Councils• Community and Legal Aid Services Program• Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario• Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office• Police Record Check CoalitionForms required
Police Criminal Record Check
Police Information Check
Police Vulnerable Sector Check * You must be a current resident of Windsor and must show proof of your Windsor address to apply for a Police Vulnerable Sector Check through this police service.
NOTE: A record check is current as of the date it is completed. It is up to the receiving organization to determine if the record check is current enough to be accepted for the position applied for. The Windsor Police Services Board, and employees shall have no responsibility or obligation to make such a determination.