In order to comply with the requirements of their release from custody, people charged with a criminal offence must attend the police facility to have their fingerprints and photograph taken.  The date to have that done will be specified in the release documents provided to them when they are released from custody.  All fingerprinting of offenders for the Peel Regional Police is carried out at the following location:

22 Division
Peel Regional Police
7750 Hurontario Street
Brampton Ontario
L6V 3W6

(Map to 22 Division, Peel Regional Police Headquarters)

Charged parties will need to ensure they have their release form and suitable identification with them when they attend for fingerprinting and photographs.

Getting your fingerprints taken off the police computer system

Adult fingerprints and photographs are permanently retained on the police computer system.  In order to have this information removed from the police computer system the affected party will have to obtain a pardon from the government.  Please see our sections on Pardons to learn more.

Civil Fingerprint Services

As of October 1, 2017, Peel Regional Police will no longer offer fingerprinting for non-criminal matters. Please check local accredited RCMP agencies for this purpose.