CPIC National Directory: March Front Cover. Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Law Enforcement Service. Technical Information Service Section, Support . maintain an up-to-date list of all CPIC users and advise the National CPIC Administrator of any changes, movement, temporary or permanent. A national forensic advisory committee is needed. 7–13 For example, the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC), a backbone system that provides.

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When a record has reached non-disclosure, CPIC should provide officers with no indication that a record ever existed. Everyone knows a bad reno story.

Employers, community agencies and educational institutions can only obtain criminal record information if the individual consents. The employer would need to prove that the youth’s record would have an impact on his or her ability to perform duties related to the job. Optometrists Peace officers Physiotherapists Residence officers School staff including principals, secretaries, teachers, classroom assistants and janitors Sheriffs Nnational service workers and volunteers Special needs workers, volunteers Students of Cpjc, Criminal Justice, Corrections, Policing and Social Work Veterinarians.

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Only criminal record information concerning indictable and hybrid offences is held by CPIC. In Canada, no one can access another person’s criminal record without the consent of the person to whom the record relates. These Canadian laws set out strict limitations on the accessibility and disclosure of individual records, including criminal records. It is up to the charging police service whether they agree to make the written request directofy the RCMP to remove the information.

Access to the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC)

If there are no convictions, the RCMP will provide the person with a letter stating this. It used to be that they liked to stick to their hometown.


The specified non-disclosure time has to pass before the record can be destroyed.

The Young Offenders Act provides the provinces with the authority to access and share young offender information among professionals. Part one provides an overview directorh Canada’s central criminal record system. Under the Protocol, information is provided to schools on a need to know basis only.

Commissioner’s Directive 564-5

Two months after the expiration of the time allowed for the taking of an appeal; or if an appeal is held, three months after all proceedings have been completed. The young person’s parents or guardian The young person’s legal counsel Any judge, court, review board Any peace officer Alternative Measures Program staff.

Further, if the student transfers schools, that information must follow the student. Hard copy documents kept by the RCMP, including fingerprints, are destroyed. There have been instances where absolute and conditional discharges have not been removed from the CPIC system after the specified time period.

There is a hard copy of all documents, as well as a microfiche copy of the accused’s file. When the pardoned record is moved to the restricted area on CPIC, Canada’s police officers will be provided with no evidence that a criminal record existed. Employers should only ask criminal record related questions if it directly impacts the job. This information may then be used to monitor the youth’s behaviour in school.

If a young person re-offends before the non-disclosure period is reached, the time for non-disclosure of the first offence will be extended until the non-disclosure period for the new offence.

In addition, if the discharge was given before July 24,a record of the offence may remain on CPIC and information may be obtained from the database in exceptional circumstances.


The centre is Canada’s only national police networking computer system ensuring officers all across the country can access the same xirectory. Each individual offence must reach non-disclosure before the record can be destroyed.

Requests can be made informally to the RCMP or local police, or the request can be directry formally under the Privacy Act. Some countries, like the United States, may require a person to get a travel waiver. Under the Young Offenders Actyoung persons are not convicted of offences but, rather, are found guilty.

Waivers can be obtained at the Department of U. When an offence is entered into a person’s CPIC criminal record, it is assigned an automatic purge date.

It is also worth noting that if an individual does not keep rirectory peace and be of good behaviour, his or her pardon can be revoked. Information in the automated CPIC database concerning a pardon is moved to another area of the database which has natipnal access and is available only to the Pardon Unit and the Criminal Records Section.

The freedom of information and privacy acts try to balance two competing interests: One of the most important amendments to the Act came inallowing for a greater degree of youth record sharing among professionals. As mentioned above, CPIC maintains a computer-based information system that provides police officers across the nation with criminal record data that may be helpful in the arrest of suspects. Does a withdrawn charge or a stay in proceedings result in a criminal record? Cite Data – Experimental.

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