The Peel Regional Police provides records checks for the citizens of Mississauga and Brampton.

Record Check Services

Criminal Record Checks

We offer two types of Criminal Record Checks:

  1. Police Information Checks (Level 2 Check) – for people who require a criminal records check along with a search of outstanding entries and charges. Examples: Border crossing, Immigration, Taxi Licence.
  2. Police Vulnerable Sector Record Checks (Level 3 Check) – for those who work or volunteer with vulnerable people. Examples: School Teacher, Coaches, Parent Volunteer. 

Requirements for all Record Checks

  • You must live within Brampton or Mississauga.
  • You must attend in person.
  • You must produce two pieces of valid government issued identification (one of which must have your photo and one with proof of address). Expired ID will not be accepted.

Accepted Photo ID:

  • Driver's Licence.
  • Passport.
  • Firearms Licence.
  • Ontario Photo Card.
  • Canadian Citizenship Card.
  • Indian Status Card.
  • NEXUS Card or FAST Card.
  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind Card (CNIB).
  • Permanent Residence Card.
  • International Student Identity Card.
  • Military Employment of Military Family Identification Card.
  • Student Identification Cards (for high school students only).

 Other IDs that you can use with your photo ID:

  • Birth Certificates.
  • Study/Work Permits.
  • Immigration documents.
  • Baptismal certificate.
  • Marriage certificate.

If your current address is not on your identification you must provide proof of a local address (e.g. utility bills, government issued mail, bank statement, dated within the past 30 days).

Police Information Check

(also known as a Level Two Check or Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check)

This Check is intended for people who require a criminal records check along with a search of outstanding entries and charges. Examples: Border crossing, Immigration, Taxi Licence.

This check will show: 

  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been convicted for which a pardon has not been issued or granted
  • Every summary conviction if the request is made within 5 years after the date of the summary conviction
  • Every finding of guilt under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada) in respect of the individual during the applicable period of access under that Act
  • Any conviction for which a pardon has been granted if disclosure is authorized under the Criminal Records Act (Canada)
  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been found guilty and received an absolute discharge within 1 year after the date of the absolute discharge
  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been found guilty and received an conditional discharge within 3 years after the date of the conditional discharge
  • Every criminal offence for which there is an outstanding charge or warrant to arrest in respect of the individual
  • Every court order made against the individual except: court orders made under the Mental Health Act or under Part XX.1 of the Criminal Code (Canada), court orders made in relation to a charge that has been withdrawn, restraining orders made against the individual under the Family Law Act, the Children's Law Reform Act or the Child and Family Services Act

Form

Police Information Check forms are available online or in the lobby of Peel Regional Police Brampton and Mississauga locations.

Fee

Police Information Checks cost $33.

Payments can be made by cash, Debit, MasterCard or Visa.

No refunds will be issued.

Record Suspensions (Previously known as Pardons)

  • You can obtain a Record Suspension Guide from the Parole Board of Canada Website.
  • If you submit the Local Police Records Check form in person, the application can be:
    • Returned to you by mail.
    • Returned to the person acting on your behalf.
    • You can request to pick it up in person.
  • You must produce two pieces of valid government issued identification, one with a photo (expired identification will not be accepted).
  • If you submit the Local Police Records Check form by mail or by someone acting on your behalf, and the form is to be returned by mail, you must include an Authorization Letter allowing us to release your information to a third party and two photocopied government identification, signed and embossed by a Notary Public person. Only original copies of the signed documents will be accepted by Peel Regional Police.

Please allow six to eight weeks for completion, depending on volume completion dates may vary.

Fee

Local Police Record Checks for Record Suspensions cost $92.

Payments can be made by cash, Debit, MasterCard or Visa.

No refunds will be issued. 

Locations and Hours of Operation

This service is only provided at our Brampton location 

Removal of Fingerprint Records

If you would like us to destroy your fingerprints and photograph from a criminal charge that did not result in a conviction, send us a letter with the request and the following information:

  • Applicants full name, including middle name and any other names used (i.e. maiden name).
  • Date of birth.
  • Current address.
  • What the criminal charge and sentencing was.

Or you can mail in a Request for Destruction of Fingerprints and Photo form.

Mailing Address:

Send the letter or form to:

Peel Regional Police
Records Services - Court and Criminal Records
7750 Hurontario St.
Brampton, ON L6V 3W6

Receiving your Response

We send your request to the RCMP and it can take up to 1 year to receive a response. Once we hear back from the RCMP, we will send you a letter about the results of your request. This process will destroy the photo and fingerprint files from both the local Peel Regional Police records as well as those maintained by the RCMP.

Conditional or Absolute Discharges received before July 24, 1992

For Conditional or Absolute Discharges received before July 24, 1992, please write directly to the RCMP at:

Pardon and Purge Service
Information & Identification Services
Royal Canadian mounted Police
P.O. Box 8885
Ottawa, ON K1G 3M8

Vulnerable Sector Check

(Also known as a Level 3 Check)

This check is intended for people who work or volunteer with vulnerable people (i.e., school teacher, coaches, parent volunteer). A vulnerable person can be a child under 18 years, elderly and/or disabled.

We do not complete Vulnerable Sector checks for people under the age of 18 years.

This check will show:

  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been convicted for which a pardon has not been issued or granted
  • Every summary conviction if the request is made within 5 years after the date of the summary conviction
  • Every finding of guilt under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada) in respect of the individual during the applicable period of access under that Act
  • Any conviction for which a pardon has been granted if disclosure is authorized under the Criminal Records Act (Canada)
  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been found guilty and received an absolute discharge within 1 year after the date of the absolute discharge
  • Every criminal offence of which the individual has been found guilty and received an conditional discharge within 3 years after the date of the conditional discharge
  • Every criminal offence for which there is an outstanding charge or warrant to arrest in respect of the individual
  • Every court order made against the individual except: court orders made under the Mental Health Act or under Part XX.1 of the Criminal Code (Canada), court orders made in relation to a charge that has been withdrawn, restraining orders made against the individual under the Family Law Act, the Children's Law Reform Act or the Child and Family Services Act
  • Every criminal offence with which the individual has been charged that resulted in a finding of not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder if the request is made within 5 years after the date of finding
  • Any non-conviction information authorized for exceptional disclosure in accordance with section 10 of the LEARN Guidelines

Vulnerable Sector Check Forms

Vulnerable Sector Check forms are available online or in the lobby of Peel Regional Police Brampton and Mississauga locations.

Applicants who share the date of birth and gender of a sex offender who has received a record suspension will be required to submit fingerprints.  View our bulletin about fingerprints required for police vulnerable sector searches.

Fees

Vulnerable Sector Checks cost $33.

Fingerprinting Fee Peel Police $27.

Fingerprinting Fee RCMP $25.

Payments can be made by cash, Debit, MasterCard or Visa.

No refunds will be issued.

Note to Volunteers: Bring in a volunteer letter from your agency and fingerprinting fees will not apply.

Locations and Hours of Operation

You can visit our locations in Brampton or Mississauga for record services.

Brampton

Sir Robert Peel Centre

Sir Robert Peel Centre

7750 Hurontario Street

L6V 3W6

Hours of operation

  • Monday to Friday – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday – 9:30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Mississauga

Square One Community Station

Square One Community Station

100 City Centre Drive

L5B 2C9

Please note: the Square One Records Search Unit will be CLOSING by the end of 2018. 
Our new Mississauga location will be opening at 11 Division, 3030 Erin Mills Parkway. 
Opening date to be announced. Please check back before you attend.

Hours of operation

  • Monday to Friday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Holiday Hours

Our offices are closed on:

  • Monday, October 8, 2018
  • Monday, December 24, 2018 (open for morning only)
  • Tuesday, December 25, 2018
  • Wednesday, December 26, 2018
  • Monday, December 31, 2018 (open for morning only)
  • Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Contact Information

Brampton Location:

Sir Robert Peel Centre

905-453-2121 ext. 4390

Mississauga Location:

Square One Community Station

905-453-2121 ext. 2635

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