The Halton Regional Police Service provides Police Record Checks to all residents of the Region of Halton, for volunteer or employment purposes. This service is offered ONLINE or you may attend one of our 5 locations listed below. If you do not live in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and the Town of Halton Hills you must apply to the police service within your jurisdiction.
As of November 1, 2018, the Police Record Check Reform Act will be enacted. This legislation introduces a clear, consistent and comprehensive set of standards to govern how police record checks are conducted and disclosed in Ontario.
The Halton Regional Police Service offers three types of Police Record Checks for the members of the public who reside in the Halton Region. If you are unsure as to which Record Check you need to complete, please see our reference table.
If you have further questions regarding record checks, please review our Frequently Asked Questions page.
|Criminal Record Check||Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check||Vulnerable Sector Check|
Note: There is a certification charge of $5.00 for each additional copy of Police Records Checks required or requested. Copies will only be issued at the time the initial Police Records Check is completed. If a Police Records check is required for another purpose at a future date, a new application must be made. Copies cannot be made of the Police Vulnerable Sector Check.
Please note: online police record checks may not be suitable for everyone. Please review the online information contained in the link carefully to determine if this is the right choice for you.Locations
Effective 12:00pm on March 18, 2020, the Halton Regional Police Service is suspending in-person record checks until further notice. You will continue to be able to apply for these checks online. This includes Criminal Record Checks, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Checks as well as Vulnerable Persons Checks.
For further information on Record checks, please call your District Station:
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two pieces of valid government-issued identification must be provided. One must have the applicant's name, date of birth and photo on it.
Note: Outdoor Cards and Boating Licences are not considered acceptable I.D.
The turnaround time for processing Police Records Checks varies from two (2) to four (4) weeks from the date of application. Priority is given to those required for employment purposes.
Note: Response time could extend beyond four weeks, however, due to unpredictable increases in demand for this service, depending on the time of year and/or if applicants have resided outside of the Region of Halton within the past five years.
All Police Record Checks will be forwarded to the attention of applicants by mail.
For information regarding Police Record Checks, contact:
Information and Records Services
Tel: (905) 825-4777 Ext. 4712
For privacy concerns/access to information, contact:
Manager, Information and Records Services
Halton Regional Police Service
2485 North Service Road West,
Oakville, Ontario, L6M 3H8
Tel: (905) 825-4777 Ext. 4709
Personal information is collected subject to your written consent under the authority of sections 6.3(2) and 6.3(3) of the Criminal Records Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.C-47 (as amended), section 2(1)(a) of the Criminal Record Regulations, SOR/2000-303 (as amended), and sections 6, 7 and 8 of the Police Record Checks Reform Act, 2015, S.O. 2015, Chapter 30, and will be used to verify your identity and to conduct your requested police records check and/or vulnerable sector screening. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Information and Records Services, Halton Regional Police Service, 2485 North Service Road West, Oakville, Ontario, L6M 3H8,Tel: (905) 825-4777 Ext. 4709