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Criminal Record Checks

Provided by: Prince Albert Police Service

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Service Description

Provides criminal record checks for volunteer or employment purposes.

How to Apply for a Criminal Record Check

  • Apply In-person – Visit the website to download a Criminal Record Check Form and visit the Prince Albert Police Service during regular business hours 8:00 am – 4:30 pm wih cash or debit to cover required fees.
  • Apply Online – Visit the website to apply online.

NOTE: If you are applying from outside of the city, you must have your criminal record check processed by the RCMP in your jurisdiction.


Applicants must: - Be a resident of the City of Prince Albert - Be a permanent resident or citizen living in Canada for at least one year - Be 21 years of age or older.

Application Process

In person or online.

Documents Required

- Must present two pieces of identification (one Photo ID which can be a Saskatchewan Driver License or SGI ID Card plus one additional ID which can be a Health Care, SIN Card, Birth Certificate, Treaty Card, Status Card, Firearms Acquisition Certificate, or passport; both IDs must have a current Prince Albert address).
- Volunteers will be required to submit a "volunteer letter" from the organization seeking assistance. If you do not have the required letter from the organization, then the normal application processing fees will apply.


Criminal Record Check with the Vulnerable Sector - $70 Criminal Record Check without the Vulnerable Sector - $35 Cash or Debit Only Online Applications additional processing fee of $9.95

Hotline: 9-1-1


Business Line: 306-953-4222

Hours of Operation

Front Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Service Website




Coverage Area

Prince Albert

Languages Offered


Police Substation


40 10th Street East
Prince Albert SK  S6V 0Y5

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Location Info

Hours of Operation

Front office hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Hotline: 9-1-1

For Emergencies only

Business Line: 306-953-4222

Non-Emergency, General Inquiries


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