If you are 18 years of age or older you will be required to complete a Criminal Record Check/Vulnerable Sector Search. Further instructions on the process for obtaining these checks will be provided to you at your screening interview.
It is the applicants’ sole responsibility to pay any costs incurred to meet the police check requirements.
To complete these requirements, we require you to bring to your screening interview the following (Toronto residents only):
2 pieces of ID - at least one piece of ID must include a photo
Accepted photo identification includes: Driver's License, Government Employment Card, Military Employment Card, Age of Majority Card, Canadian Citizenship Card, Indian Status Card, International Student Card, Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Canadian National Institute for the Blind Card (CNIB)
(Photo Identification must provide photo, name and date of birth)
Accepted non-photo identification includes: Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, Hunting License, Fishing License, Outdoors Card, Hospital Card, Canadian Bloor Donor Card, Immigration Papers
(Non-Photo Identification must provide name and date of birth)
Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) cards and Social Insurance Number (SIN) cards are not considered acceptable forms of ID.
For those applying to volunteer who live outside of Toronto, further information on how to obtain this check will be provided at your screening interview. For all regions, police check results will be returned by mail to the individual. Once you receive the results, please bring the original copy of your police check to the Volunteer Resources office, to be scanned. The original will be returned for you to keep.