Let others know about this important issue. Ask your friends and family what they think about the disclosure of non-conviction records. Share your thoughts and ideas on social media.
E.g., I just visited @PRCC_Ontario’s website www.PRCCOntario.ca to learn about my right to limit the disclosure of my info on police records. Learn about this important issues by checking out the website!
E.g., I just visited @PRCC_Ontario’s website www.PRCCOntario.ca to learn about my right to limit the disclosure of my info on police records.
We want to hear from you. At the Police Records Check Coalition, we believe in the power of individuals telling their stories. Hearing the impact non-conviction police records have had on Ontarians is invaluable to our advocacy work. Individual stories inspire us, and help us inspire others to seek change. Find out how to Tell Your Story.
Tell our government that we need to stop the disclosure of non-conviction records on police checks. We need one standard across the province, and we need the government to require police services to comply with it. Stay tuned for a template email to get you started.
Ask them if and how they follow the 2014 OACP LEARN Guideline and if they have an appeal process in place. Stay tuned for a template email to get you started.
The John Howard Society of Ontario and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association are offering On the Record workshops that aim to provide helpful information, tailored to those who help or work with people who may be impacted by police records and, those who use police record checks in hiring or volunteer screening. Find out more on how to Request a Training Session.
Want to take further action? Find out how on the Canadian Civil Liberties Association webpage. Sign a petition and share CCLA’s resources with your local community businesses and volunteer agencies.