NAME-BASED CHECK
and Other CheckS

Name-based criminal record checks are one of the ways to research criminal history. It is the most common way to check a person's criminal history based on an individual's name and date of birth. This process involves checking against the RCMP's Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) system, and it may also include searches of other national and local databases. We are an RCMP accredited fingerprinting company that provides this service.

 

CRC - This is a search at a national level of the RCMP's Canadian Police Information Center's criminal record database.

CRJMC - This is similar to the CRC process. In addition, the CRJMC will also check for outstanding entries and charges.

Processing Time - 10-15 minutes

CPICS (CRC/CRJMC)

Standard Reference Interviews - 

There will be a conducted interview of 20 questions. An agent will contact a candidate's referee.

Standard Reference Interviews

Public Safety - This is a verification that checks a list of databases including the government sanctions list.

Credit Check - This is a complete search of a Canadian Credit Bureau. There will be a returned report on bankruptcies, collections and other credit trade lines from TransUnion.

Driver's Abstract - This is a search of the motor vehicle records database. (Provincial or Territorial)

Public Safety/Credit Check/Driver's Abstract

Social Media Check - This uses a hybrid of both human and technology to review the scan confirmed candidate social media accounts. This process checks for screen shots of any potential illegal activity, potential violent conduct, sexually explicit material and demonstrations of racism/intolerance.

Social Media Check

Employment Verification - An agent will contact a former employee to confirm details within a candidate's resume.

Education/Credential Verification - 

An agent will contact a school or institution to confirm details entailing a candidate's claim.

Employment/Education Verification

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Identification Required:

When you visit our office, please bring with you any two (2) of the following pieces of identification listed below:

  • Passport (Canadian or Foreign)

  • Driver’s License (Canadian or Foreign)

  • Birth Certificate

  • Canadian Citizenship Card

  • Permanent Resident (PR) Card

  • Immigration Documents

  • Ontario Identification Card

  • Certificate of Indian Status

  • Firearm Acquisition Certificate

  • Military ID Card