Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Canadian Criminal Record check?

A Canadian Criminal Record check is a national name based criminal records search for any criminal convictions for all of Canada. All names declared on the consent form will be searched at no extra charge (ie: maiden name/s, legal name changes, nicknames, etc…). Names requested later and not declared on the original consent will be considered an additional search and will require payment accordingly. CPIC stands for Canadian Police Information Centre and it is a national repository of criminal records maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A criminal record check does not include a search of the Pardon Sex Offenders database, commonly referred to as a Vulnerable Sector search. However, CSI can provide this service to you, please call for more information 1-888-818-5251 or 902-450-0697.

What is a Canadian Criminal Record check?

A Canadian Criminal Record check is a national name based criminal records search for any criminal convictions for all of Canada. All names declared on the consent form will be searched at no extra charge (ie: maiden name/s, legal name changes, nicknames, etc…). Names requested later and not declared on the original consent will be considered an additional search and will require payment accordingly. CPIC stands for Canadian Police Information Centre and it is a national repository of criminal records maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A criminal record check does not include a search of the Pardon Sex Offenders database, commonly referred to as a Vulnerable Sector search. However, CSI can provide this service to you, please call for more information 1-888-818-5251 or 902-450-0697.

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