Criminal Record Check

Under the  Criminal Records Review Act (CRRA), the College is required to ensure that each registrant completes a criminal records review conducted by the Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP).   There have been some recent changes to the CRRA including expanded definitions for conviction, the addition of six new offenses, and the requirement that registrants have a criminal record review every five years.  The College will contact registrants when their criminal records checks are due to expire and will prompt them to renew. Registrants should review the CRRA to ensure that they are aware of the changes to the CRRA that apply to their practice. Information about this requirement can be found at the provincial government Criminal Records Check website.

Please Note: Further changes to the process as of April 7, 2017: The consent form has been modified to include a mandatory email address. Once submitted, the CRRP will provide instructions and an online link for credit card payment. If you choose to make payment by money order, you are still required to submit the consent form with a valid email. You will then be provided with the option of generating a paper form from the link provided by the CRRP, printing it, and sending it with a money order directly to the CRRP. The application for pre-authorized credit card usage has been discontinued.

The online process remains the same, which we strongly encourage registrants to pursue.

Criminal Record Check

a. Consent to a Criminal Record Check
b. Walk through Guide
c. Instructions
d. List of Accepted ID