File Destruction Services in Winnipeg
No matter what part of Canada you live in, like Vancouver, British Columbia, or right here in Winnipeg, Manitoba, sooner or later, you’re bound to make a mistake. In most cases, mistakes are small and affect only you. Sometimes bigger mistakes can occur, and they may have larger scale consequences.
In the case of some mistakes, you may run afoul of the law, and even be charged or arrested by the police. That doesn’t mean, however, that you end up with a criminal conviction on your record. It does mean that you may now still have some evidence of that mistake that only a file destruction can clear.
Everything Is Preserved
A permanent record of sorts does exist, and this is public domain information that is legally accessible to any Canadian that knows your name and is willing to pay a fee to access that information.
For most people, this means little, as a background check will “come up empty.” But for some people, this background check will reveal criminal convictions. And, to the surprise of some, even if you ran afoul of the law, but didn’t get convicted due to charges being dismissed, withdrawn, peace bond, diversion, stayed, discharged or a verdict of not guilty, it will reflect this too. A criminal case that doesn’t result in a conviction simply means you have no conviction on your record. However, the fact that you were arrested, that your fingerprints have been taken and are in the police records, and even the charges underlying that arrest may all still be visible to someone who conducts a criminal background check.