Criminal record check

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This article describes how to obtain a criminal record check.

  • (must be current within 6 months)

It is not how to obtain the following checks: Vulnerable sector search; Adult abuse registry check; or Child abuse registry check.

  • October 2016 - The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) has adopted an online web-based Criminal Records Check Process

To obtain a criminal record check:

  1. Those living within Manitoba:
    • Living in the City of Winnipeg: apply online for the checks. For more information go herefor more information on how to apply for this check.
      • OR - go the Winnipeg Police Service at 245 Smith Street
        • NOTE: The Winnipeg Police Service can only complete Vulnerable Sector Searches for residents of Winnipeg. If you reside outside Winnipeg, you must attend your local police agency to have the search completed. Vulnerable Sector Verification is used to determine the possible existence of a criminal record and/or a sexual offence conviction for which an individual has received a pardon. With recent changes made by the RCMP in this search, it will result in more individuals having to submit fingerprints to the RCMP National Repository of Criminal Records to complete the verification.
  2. Living outside of Winnipeg in Manitoba: go to your local police or to the RCMP
  3. Living outside of Manitoba in Canada: go to your local police or to the RCMP
  4. Living outside of Canada: follow the procedure from your Government

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