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Brant OPPBrant OPP hosting "on the spot" criminal record checks

Brant County OPP will be processing “on the spot” criminal record checks and vulnerable sector checks on Saturday, October 30 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m.

Brant County detachment, located at 67 Bethel Road in Paris, will be hosting a second “on the spot” event on Saturday November 20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

Employment and school placement (including college or university) applications cost $41.00, with cash only being accepted. Volunteer applications are free of charge but must be accompanied by a letter from the requesting agency.

Please review the key points for applicants below to avoid any delays.

  • The applicant MUST be a resident of Brant County;
  • The applicant MUST bring 2 pieces of VALID NON EXPIRED Government issued ID, one has to be a photo – NO Health card or SIN.
    • Examples of ID – Driver’s licence, Passport, BYID, Ontario Photo ID Card (MTO), PAL, Permanent Resident, CNIB, NEXUS, FAST Pass, Indian Status Card, Birth Certificate, Hunting Licence, Outdoors, Blood Donor Card, Immigration Papers;
    • If a vulnerable sector check is requested, the applicant MUST have a paper copy of letter from the agency requesting the check;
    • If the process flags the applicant for fingerprints, appointments will be booked for the following week;
    • You must attend in person, you cannot bring an application for someone else;
    • Go to www.opp.ca/crc for further information;
    • Email opp.brant.county@opp.ca for more clarification.

The OPP is asking anyone that will be attending and waiting in line to remember to practice social distancing and wear a face mask when you enter the building.

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