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How to Get a Non-Conviction Suppressed From...

  Non-conviction information could be revealed during a Police Record Check   An individual may wish to have their non-conviction record suppressed. During the application process for employment, volunteer positions or academic positions within certain organizations, applicants might find themselves subject to the Police Reference Check Program as a condition of their hiring or acceptance. A record of a non-conviction on file could potentially discourage future employment, volunteer and educational opportunities. In Ontario the Police Reference Check Program takes place on three levels.  The third and most thorough check is the Police Vulnerable Sector Check – the PVSC — intended to assess the suitability of the applicant for positions within organizations where they would hold a position of trust or authority in relation to vulnerable persons (children under 18, people who are dependent on others because of age, disability or circumstance, or people otherwise at a…

14 Apr 2016

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays

13 Apr 2016

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays Brian Banks, famous NFL running back was wrongfully convicted of forceful rape and kidnapping In recognition of those who have suffered the injustice of a…

Is it a Crime Not to Report a Crime in...

12 Apr 2016

Under section 22 of the Criminal Code of Canada, if an individual has an awareness of a crime because they have witnessed the crime or have been told that the…

Is it possible to have the fingerprints and...

7 Apr 2016

is it possible to have mugshots destroyed from Police databanks It is possible to have your fingerprints removed from Police databanks  When…

#wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays

6 Apr 2016

In recognition of those who have suffered the injustice of a wrongful conviction and those devoted to their defence. #wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays tell the stories of individuals who have endured a conviction…

Richard Rosario #wrongfullyconvictedwednesday

6 Apr 2016

In recognition of those who have suffered the injustice of a wrongful conviction and those devoted to their defence. #wrongfullyconvictedwednesdays tell the stories of individuals who have endured a conviction…

Is it a Crime to Gossip?

5 Apr 2016

Acts of defamation libel can be criminal   Gossiping can be a criminal offence, in the Criminal Code of Canada it is defined as defamation libel.…