Perth County OPP criminal record check blitz photo

The Perth County Ontario Provincial Police detachment is hosting a Criminal Record Check Blitz.

Residents from OPP policed areas can bring the required documents and $25 cash to one of two clinics this month.

You will need two pieces of government ID including one with a photo.

The first session is tomorrow at the Listowel Detachment from 9 am until 4 pm.

Another Record Check clinic will be held at the Sebringville OPP Detachment May 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you require a Vulnerable Sector Check, you must bring a letter from the organization on their letterhead requesting the vulnerable sector check and signed by a person of authority from the organization.

OPP Acceptable Forms of Identification:

Valid Driver’s Licence (including drivers licenses issued by another province, territory, or a foreign jurisdiction)
Valid Canadian or Foreign Passport
Canadian Citizenship Card
Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL Card)
Permanent Residency Card
Certificate of Indian Status
Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) Identification Card
Canadian Military Employment Card or Canadian Military Family Identification Card
Ontario Photo ID Card
Nexus Card

The following are acceptable forms of non-photo identification:

Birth Certificate
Baptismal Certificate
Hunting Licence
Outdoors Card
Canadian Blood Donor Card
Immigration Papers

Call the detachment ahead of time if you have any questions so that the process can run smoothly on the day of the event. (Listowel 519-291-1414, Sebringville 519-393-6123)