Self Declaration of a Criminal Record is a process whereby the Applicant declares their adult criminal convictions to the Police Service in accordance with CPIC policy requirements and federal laws.
Self Declaration should NOT include:
(a) Conviction for which a pardon has been received.
(b) Youth Convictions (YCJA).
(c) Absolute/Conditional Discharges.
(d) Offences where there were no convictions.
(e) Provincial/Municipal Offences.
(f) Charges dealt with outside of Canada.
In order to release criminal convictions identified through a name based query, the Police Service must be satisfied that the Applicant’s declared criminal record information is a match to their registered criminal record held at the RCMP National Repository of Criminal Records.
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