The Nottawasaga Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be running a two day blitz for those requiring a Criminal Record Check.
On Saturday, August 25 and Saturday, September 15, 2018, Nottawasaga OPP will be conducting Criminal Record Checks from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at their detachment located at 4601 Industrial Parkway, Alliston.
Criminal record checks will be completed while you wait.
With school, hockey and other sports starting up in the fall months, there is an increased need for those requiring criminal record checks.
All volunteers must provide a letter from the agency they are volunteering at. The letter must be on the agencies letterhead and must be signed by someone at the agency. If volunteering at multiple organizations then a letter is required from each organization.
All applicants who require a Vulnerable Sector Check, which would include anyone
working/volunteering with children or the elderly, must also provide a letter from the agency requesting the Vulnerable Sector.
Two pieces of identification must be provided at the time of application (one must be photo identification). Copies of identification will not be accepted.
Acceptable forms of photo identification include Driver’s Licence, LCBO BYID (Bring Your Identification) Card, Military Employment Cards, Canadian Citizenship Cards, First Nations Status Card, Passports, Permanent Resident Card, Canadian National Institute for the Blind Card, Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licences, Ontario Photo ID card (issued by the MTO), Nexus Card and Fast Pass Card.
Acceptable non-photo identification includes Birth Certificates, Baptismal Certificates, Hunting Licences, Outdoors Card, Canadian Blood Donor Card and Immigration Papers.
Ontario Health Cards, Social Insurance Number Cards and Old Age Security Cards are not permitted to be used as identification due to legislative restrictions.
Anyone who has any questions is asked to call the Nottawasaga OPP ahead of time so that the process can run smoothly at the event. The Nottawasaga Detachment can be reached at 705-434-1939.