Many people don’t realize that a non-conviction will appear on your criminal record, on its own or in addition to convictions. Non-convictions alone can hinder your ability to pass a Criminal Record Check for a new job or volunteer position, or even stop you from travelling for pleasure or work. You may need a pardon for a non-conviction on your record.
If you were charged and/or fingerprinted for a criminal offence in Canada the answer is YES. That information is kept in the National Repository of Criminal Records until you formally request its destruction or until you reach the age of 125. If you’re planning on working or travelling before you hit 126 years old, it’s time for you to have your criminal record suspended.
There are six types of non-convictions that could be on your record right now. They are:
First, let’s figure out what’s on your criminal record. Once we know what we’re dealing with then we will know how to proceed. If you have any doubt about a possible charge that could potentially be there, let’s find out. We can help you either suspend your criminal record or apply for a file destruction. Either way, it is possible to put your criminal record behind you. Don’t procrastinate, start today!
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