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In Canada, details of an individual’s criminal record are stored on a central database known as the Canadian Police Information Center, or “CPIC.” The database is maintained by the RCMP and is considered to be the chief source of information about criminal records in Canada. The CPIC database contains information…
Please note that a pardon and a record suspension are the same thing. It is only the name and some specifics of the program that are different. The pardon program was changed to record suspension following the Conservative government’s omnibus crime bill C-10. Contrary to what you may have a…
Following Bill C10, the Parole Board of Canada introduced new steps in the record suspension application process. One is the “Measurable Benefit Letter”. Record Suspension applicants must explain their reason for applying and explain the circumstances of his offenses. They must also explain the efforts they have made to change…
Part of the changes made to the Pardon system following Bill C10, the Conservative government’s omnibus crime bill was the additional requirement of showing a “measurable benefit” when applying for a pardon. In other words, if the pardon is not going to help you be a better, more law abiding…
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