OPP is only doing criminal record checks for essential workers, including health care personnel, social service workers and child care workers. Applications are only being accepted electronically.
OXFORD COUNTY - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is limiting criminal record checks to essential workers at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
They're only doing criminal checks for essential workers, including health care personnel, social service workers, child care workers, and individuals involved in food supply and the maintenance of critical infrastructure will be considered.
Applications are only being accepted electronically (via email) and fees must be paid by credit card. Applicants may be required to go to their local OPP detachment if fingerprinting is required. Applicants will be contacted by their local detachment to provide identification, make payment and to receive their results.
OPP say to make sure all personal information is accurate and complete, including your name, date of birth and current address. If any information is either incomplete, missing or inaccurate could result in your application being delayed or returned.
Only criminal record checks for applicants that reside in OPP jurisdictions will be accepted. If you live outside an OPP jurisdiction, please contact your local police service for information.