Apply In-Person

You can apply in person at our Criminal Records Check office located at:

45 – 15th Street West
Prince Albert, SK
8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday-Friday (Closed weekends & stats)
No Appointment Required

Must be a current resident of Prince Albert. Applicants residing outside of Prince Albert must have their Criminal Records Check completed by the RCMP in the jurisdiction where they reside.

  1. Complete one of our Criminal Record Check application forms. Forms may be completed in our office or you can print one off online and complete it before attending our office. Our application form can be downloaded here:
  1. You will require two pieces of Identification.  One Government-issued photo ID which can be a Sask Driver License or SGI ID card and must have a current Prince Albert address.  Other ID can be a Sask Health Card, SIN card, birth Certificate, Treaty Card, Status Card, Passport.
  2. Fees:
    • Records Check with the Vulnerable Sector - $70
    • Records Check without the Vulnerable Sector - $35
    • Cash Only (No Debit)
  3. Volunteers will be required to submit a "volunteer letter" from the organization seeking your assistance. (see sample) If you do not have the required letter from the organization then the normal application processing fees will apply.
  4. Processing time for Criminal Record check is 7 to 10 business days.
  • If You Have A Criminal Record...
     

    To obtain a detailed synopsis of your criminal record:

    Download Self-Declaration Form Here:

     

     

       

    Option 1: Self-Declaration

    A person may self-declare their conviction history. If the self-declaration matches the RCMP National Repository Records, the Prince Albert Police Service will confirm the results of the criminal convictions as declared by the applicant. If the RCMP national Repository Records do not match the self-declaration, fingerprints must be submitted to obtain a certified copy of your criminal.

    Option 2: Submitting Your Fingerprints

    Prince Albert Police Service times for Civil Fingerprint are any Monday to Friday between the hours of 10am and 4pm (excluding statutory holidays).
    RCMP in Ottawa requires a $25 cash fee (cash, certified cheque or money order payable to Prince Albert Police Service)
    RCMP will respond with certified copy of your criminal record directly to the applicant

  • Fingerprint Services
    Prince Albert Police Service fingerprint services are any Monday to Friday between the hours of 10am and 4pm (excluding statutory holidays).
    NOTE: waiting time could vary due to emergency services at the Front Office Service center during those hours.
    Civil fingerprinting consists of the following:

    • Criminal Records
    • Vulnerable Sector
    • Employment
    • Record suspensions/waivers
    • Immigration
    • Adoption

    For more information: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cr-cj/fee-frais-eng.htm

 

 

 

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