We invite your to share your story and tell us how non-conviction police records have impacted your life. Whether you have had informal contact with a police officer, called 9-1-1 for yourself, a friend, or family member during a mental health crisis, were involved in a police investigation as a witness, victim or suspect, were arrested, or were charged with a criminal offence (but not convicted), we want to hear from you.
Your story can be as long or short as you like. Not sure what to write? Check out these audio clips from others who have told their story on the Canadian Civil Liberties Association voice project webpage. If you would like to share your story, please click here to fill out the form. If you would like to give us permission to share your story anonymously on our website and to our supporters, please include your e-mail address so we can contact you.
If you have any questions, contact us. Thank you for telling us your story!
Your stories are important to us. All stories will be kept confidential. If you would be willing to have your story shared anonymously on our website and with our supporters, please check the consent box below and provide us with your email. Please note that the Police Record Check Coalition does not provide legal advice. If you need advice about your individual circumstances, please consult with a lawyer.