The Customer Service desks at 2137 Innisfil Beach Road, Innisfil and 81 Melbourne drive, Bradford are open for limited public access.

All Record Check requests can be submitted online.
If you require a Police Records Check, please note there may be a delay in completing the records check if an in-person visit is required. In accordance with public health guidelines, our lobby capacity is limited. Only residents of Bradford West Gwillimbury or Innisfil may request a Police Record Check from the South Simcoe Police Service.

NOTE: We do not recommend that you attempt to use this system if you:

  • Have lived in Canada for less than one (1) year, and/or;
  • Have no established personal credit history – i.e. no credit cards, bank loans, mortgage, etc. – that is required in order to authenticate your ID using EIV

Please be aware of these requirements before creating an account. If you fail to authenticate your ID, you will be required to attend our office in person with two pieces of ID as COVID restrictions permit.

Please note:  If you are applying for a Vulnerable Sector Check (VS) you do not need to apply for a Criminal Records Check (CRC).  The Vulnerable Sector Check (VS) will include a Criminal Records Check (CRC) as part of the check.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A NON-REFUNDABLE PROCESS. YOU MUST BE A CURRENT RESIDENT OF THE SOUTH SIMCOE POLICE JURISDICTION IN ORDER TO APPLY THROUGH THIS POLICE SERVICE.

If you continue with this application and find that you do not reside within the South Simcoe Police Jurisdiction, the monies paid will not be refunded. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they reside within our area.

Police Record Check Forms

PCRCA Application

Self Declaration

Vulnerable Sector Agency Letter

Please note : If you are applying for a Vulnerable Sector Check, you must submit a Vulnerable Sector Agency Letter.  If the requesting agency has not supplied you with a letter, you can access the form above.  This form must be completed in its entirety by the requesting agency before you proceed with the application process

Changes to PCRCA Volunteer Applications

Start your Online Records Check Now!

I want more information before I start my records check application online.

I am under 18.

NEW | Youth aged 12 to 17 may ONLY apply for Police Records Checks for Government (federal, provincial, municipal) Agencies

Any questions or concerns related to your Record Check should be directed to the Information Support Unit. This email is monitored during normal business hours between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.





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Changes to PCRCA Volunteer Applications

POLICE RECORD CHECK & CRIMINAL RECORD
AND JUDICIAL MATTERS CHECK ONLY

Effective April 1, 2022

In Ontario, the Police Record Checks Reform Act, 2015 (PRCRA) governs the types of record checks that can be conducted for screening purposes such as employment or volunteering. The act authorizes different types of police record checks.
The PRCRA has been amended as a part of Bill 13 – Supporting People and Businesses Act, 2021 (Schedule 20), to reduce barriers for volunteers. The amendments to the PRCRA will be coming into force on April 1, 2022.

DEFINITION: Under the amendment, a “volunteer” means a person who performs
a service but who receives no compensation for doing so other than an allowance for
expenses or an honorarium. It excludes a person receiving some other form of credit
such as academic credit or fulfilling a sentence requirement.

QUALIFYING APPLICATIONS: These amendments require police services to conduct and provide the results of Criminal Record Checks and Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Checks for volunteers at no charge. In order to be free of charge, the application must be completed in person. No online applications will be free of charge,standard fees will apply.

VULNERABLE SECTOR CHECKS: Volunteers will still be required to pay for a Vulnerable Sector Check based on the police service requirements.