Pardons Canada – Step 1 In Removing a Criminal Record

www.pardons.org If you have been fingerprinted by the police then you will need to get the fingerprints removed so that you are safe for employment and travel. If the charges were withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, diversion, peace bond or absolute or conditional discharge then this is considered a non-conviction.  However, even if this is a non-conviction,…

Removing a Criminal Record that has been Dismissed

Pardons Canada – Removing a Criminal Record that has been Dismissed or Withdrawn

www.pardons.org Many people believe that if their criminal charge was withdrawn or dismissed in court then it will simply disappear. That is not true as you can see in the RCMP report below. In this case it was a DUI, or Impaired Driving charge that was dismissed, yet the RCMP report still shows that fingerprints…

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Pardons Canada Review – Remove Fingerprints to be safe for Employment

www.pardons.org Nowadays, most employers are doing criminal background checks for all potential employment. Even if you have been fingerprinted by the police and the charges were later dismissed, withdrawn, stayed, peace bond, diversion or absolute or conditional discharge, your prints can still show up on a criminal check.  This can be embarassing to explain to…

[Video]Remove Criminal Record for Non-Convictions (Including Withdrawn, Peace Bond, Absolute and Conditional Discharge)

In todays video, we’ll discuss destruction of criminal history for Canadian citizens who have non-conviction records. How long you have to wait, based on your situation and why it is important to clear any non-conviction criminal history from your public records. Police services in Canada collect and retain a wide range of information about the people they come in contact with, including records of contact, allegations, withdrawn charges, acquittals, fingerprints, etc.. Even if you were charged, went to court and the charges were later dismissed, all this information may still show up on your background check or US border control check. Watch this short video to understand the difference in non-conviction records and how you can clear those from your record.

Pardons Canada – Volunteering with a Criminal Record

pardons.org Most volunteer positions now require a criminal background check before being accepted for the position. If you have an old criminal record or even if you have been charged with a criminal offence and the charge was later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond or discharged, you will not be able to volunteer. Once a…