Criminal Background Check : A quick, easy and effective method

With the incoming season of part-time student jobs, and the new laws regulating domestic animals in Montreal, there is a growing demand for criminal background checks.

The SPVM recently admitted they were overwhelmed with the number of demands and that they were running behind. Specifically they are delayed in the processing of 11 732 requests. That means some individuals have been waiting on their results for 3 months now.

At the National Pardon Centre we understand that most people are in a rush to receive the results of their criminal background check. Your employer or any person that is asking for that documentation expects to receive your results as soon as possible. Plus, you often have to provide the results before a certain date. It is uncomfortable to be in a position where your supervisor is waiting on your results in a matter of days but that you can only provide those three months after your initial request.

Fortunately municipal police are not the only people capable of performing a criminal background check. You can also get results from the RCMP, via an accredited fingerprinting company like ours.

For many years we have offered a quick and effective fingerprinting service in order to obtain criminal background checks. The process will only take a few minutes and your request will automatically sent to the RCMP.

It will take three days for the RCMP to process your application. Afterwards, they will mail your results directly to your house.

To take advantage of this rapid service, simply come into our office with two pieces of identification. We are a walk-in centre; open Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 5:00.

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  • Amanda Sobey says:


    Can I get a Criminal Background check with you if I am not in Canada? I have a copy of my fingerprints which have been done electronically by the NZ police here. How long and how much will this cost?

  • MJ says:

    Hi Michael
    I paid 680. For my pardon paperwork and got my fingerprints done. The only thing I didn’t do was go to the police station to pick up my records. I was too embarrassed. That was in 2011. Will I have to start over or can I submit the forms that I have.

    Thanks for your time

  • Hi MJ,

    We would need to review the paperwork because some documents/forms have an expiration date, some don’t.


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