The Saskatoon Police Service has recently introduced a new way for people to obtain Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Checks.
A link has been added to the SPS website which allows residents of Saskatoon to apply for either a criminal record or vulnerable sector check online. Applications are processed much like the normal procedure of applying in person, however people can do so from the comfort of their home.
“We recognize the growing demand for criminal record and vulnerable sector checks in society and have noticed the impact on waiting lines at the police service,” said Staff Sergeant Patrick Nogier on the viability of the program. “It’s not uncommon to have large waiting lines for a criminal record check and we understand the frustration for those who are attempting to volunteer in the community. It’s our intention to alleviate some of this frustration through the availability of an online option for those who choose to use it.”
Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Checks are still available by attending to the Police Service in person (located at 76-25th Street East). Further information about the various options available in obtaining a Criminal Record or Vulnerable Sector Check can be found here: http://policesolutions.ca/checks/services/saskatoon/