A: A Criminal Records Check Form must be completed by the requesting person and submitted to the Six Nations Police at the front reception area of the Six Nations Police Station. Criminal Record Check Forms are in hard copy only and only available at the Six Nations Police Station. Once the Criminal Records Check Form is completed it shall be submitted for processing by the Six Nations Police personnel. If you require the Vulnerable Sector (VS) Check you must provide a supporting letter from the agency requesting the VS check. A Criminal Records Check could take up to 10 business days to process. Once the Criminal Records Check is completed, the requesting person will receive a phone call from Six Nations Police personnel letting them know the Criminal Records Check is completed and is ready for pick-up at the Six Nations Police Station, Front Reception. The basic fee for a criminal records check is $30.00 (cash only).

Note: Person(s) under 18

New legislation on police checks came into effect November 1, 2018 and Police Services in Ontario are no longer processing police checks for youth under 18 years old.

Applicants Requiring Their Record For Their Own Personal Information Will Receive A Copy Of Their Findings Of Guilt, On A Separate Form, Not A PRC, With The Following Disclaimer, As Prescribed By The PRCRA:

This record contains information about your findings of guilt under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. The Youth Criminal Justice Act RESTRICTS you from sharing this information, and no one may require you to provide it. Remove this record before sharing your police record check with anyone else, including a potential employer or organization with which you seek to volunteer or enter into a contract.
No other youth would be permitted to apply for a Police Record Check.