Online Police Information Check Applications and Agency Registrations can be completed here:
New Police Record Check Process—Changes For the Public
The Winnipeg Police Service is adopting a new Police Records Check process. The changes will mean that for many people, they don’t have to attend to Headquarters to initiate the process.
The results will be sent electronically to the applicant, who in turn will forward it to Seven Oaks School Division.
This means that many applicants will never have to attend to a police station unless the application requires something further, like fingerprints.
There are some restrictions. Anyone who is under 18, has not been residing in the country for a year, has no credit, or lives outside Winnipeg will not be able to apply online.
For Walk-In Police Record Checks, the process is now centralized. All in-person applications must now be submitted to HQ at 245 Smith. The hours to do so are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For more information on what the changes mean to the public, go to the Winnipeg Police Service website, or contact the Public Information Office at 204-986-3061.