CANADIAN CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK EDMONTON (ALBERTA)

SAME DAY – Criminal Record Check Edmonton

Get Your Background Check the Same Day!

Canadian Forensics Inc. provides your criminal record checks in Edmonton on the SAME DAY.

In Edmonton Police Checks (Criminal Background Checks) – You may need for –

  • New Job (Employment)
  • Foreign Visa /Work/Travel Permit
  • Business Licence
  • Professional Licence
  • Volunteering
  • Other civil purposes
Canadian Criminal record Check Edmonton, Canadian Forensics Inc

Are you looking for a SAME DAY Background Check in Edmonton?

You’ve come to the right place! Visit Canadian Forensics Inc located at 3908 97 St NW #6 Edmonton, AB T6E 6N2 with two(2) pieces of your IDs and obtain Police Clearance Certificate the SAME DAY – $55.00.

How it Works?

For a Police Check in Edmonton (Police Background Check) visit our office at 3908 97 St NW #6, Edmonton, AB T6E 6N2 with two (2) items of your valid, government-issued IDs and get a police check the SAME DAY.  One (1) piece of the two (2) identification items must include a photo, name, date of birth and signature of the applicant.  Please note that a signed consent form,  positive identification and in-person visit of the applicant is mandatory for same day Police Check in Edmonton Canada.

Please note that we DO NOT offer Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS).

If you are currently outside of Canada and need a certified criminal record check CLICK HERE

As of November 2018 we do not offer background checks to individuals below the age of 18 years.

CONTACT DETAILS

  • Canadian Forensics Inc
    3908 97 St NW Unit 6,
    Edmonton, AB T6E 6N2

  • Mon – Fri: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Sat -Sun: By Appointment Only

Criminal Record Checks Edmonton – FAQ?

A Canadian criminal background check also known as police clearance certificate, police record check, criminal history check, and CPIC check is a search of the CPIC (Canadian Police Information Center) database, maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), to find out whether a police record is associated with the applicant’s name and date of birth. CPIC checks are the most preferred method of criminal background screening by Canadian employers along with other reasons.

CPIC checks or criminal background checks based on the name and date of birth of the applicants are the most preferred method of criminal background screening by Canadian employers. You may also need criminal background check (CPIC) for foreign travel / visa / work, name change, professional licensing, opening new business, volunteering and other civil purposes.

Yes, we are authorized agents of Canadian Police Services and we issue the Police Clearance Certificate on police-letter head signed with embossed seal on it.

Walk-in to our office located at 4408 97 Street #5 Edmonton, AB T6E 5R9 with two pieces of government issued IDs to obtain a criminal background check the same day

We can provide you with a Police Clearance Certificate in Edmonton THE SAME DAY. We may receive results back from our police service in as little as 2-3 hours.

Bring two pieces of govt issued identification. This is mandatory to comply with RCMP policy for issuing a Police Background Check in Canada. Please see our Criminal Record Check for acceptable forms of identification.

No, if you have a criminal record any where in Canada your criminal record check will come back as incomplete and you will lose your money paid for CPIC check. You will have to submit your fingerprints to RCMP to obtain a certified criminal record check

A name and date of birth based police record check does not list any offences. It will indicate as NEGATIVE or INCOMPLETE. The basic background check only indicates only whether a criminal record is associated with the applicant’s name and date of birth. Certified criminal record check through RCMP however may show a summary of offence (s) for which a record suspension (pardon) has not been granted.

No, you are welcome to walk-in with two IDs

It takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete a criminal record check application. Consent form must be completed in the presence of Canadian Forensics processing staff at our office located at 4408 97 Street #5 Edmonton, AB T6E 5R9

Please CLICK HERE to read an article on how CPIC works in Toronto Star

A vulnerable sector check (VSS) is similar to a police record check however it also includes a verification if an individual has a record suspension (pardon) for sex related offences. A vulnerable sector check is only conducted by the local police service.

Applicants who have been offered employment in organizations/companies working with the vulnerable sector i.e. with children, the elderly and disabled require a Vulnerable Sector Check.