5005 Criminal Records Checks

POLICY NO.:    5005               DATE APPROVED:  1995-01 

SUBJECT:        Criminal Records Checks

 Policy

All School District No. 60 employees, independent contractors, and volunteers who work with children are required to have a Criminal Records Check in accordance with the Criminal Records Review Act.

Regulations:

1.         As a condition of hire, all School District No. 60 employees, and independent contractors who work with children are required to complete a Criminal Records Check.

2.         All School District No. 60 volunteers who work with children are required to complete a Criminal Records Check.  Where a Criminal Record Check points out a previous “Relevant” Offense”, upon request from the individual, the District may initiate an online check through the Ministry of Justice to determine whether a clearance authorization is available.

3.         Employees having convictions of the nature of those listed on the attached “Relevant Offenses” listing (Schedule 1 of the Criminal Records Review Act), will be ineligible for employment with School District No. 60 (Peace River North).

4.         Any fees charged for completion of a Criminal Records Check will be paid by the individual applying.

Excerpted from the Criminal Records Review Act 

SCHEDULE 1

(Section 1, definition of “relevant offenses”)

RELEVANT OFFENSES 

1.   The following sections of the Criminal Code (Canada) are designated as relevant offenses:

section 151:  (Sexual Interference);

section 152:  (Invitation to Sexual Touching);

section 153:  (Sexual Exploitation):

section 153(1):   (Sexual Exploitation of a person with a disability);

section 155:  (Incest);

section 159:  (Anal Intercourse);

section 160:  (Bestiality);

section 161:  (Order of Prohibition);

section 163.1  (Child Pornography);

section 170:  (Parent or Guardian Procuring Sexual Activity);

section 171:  (Householder Permitting Sexual Activity);

section 172:  (Corrupting Children);

section 172 (1):  (Internet Luring);

section 173 (1):  (Indecent Acts);

section 173 (2):  (Exposure);

section 177:  (Trespassing at Night);

section 179:  (Vagrancy);

section 212 (1):  (Procuring a Person for the Purposes of Prostitution);

section 212 (2)  (Living Off Avails of Child Prostitution);

section 212 (2.1):  (Living off the avails of Prostitution)

section 212 (4)  (Attempting to Obtain the Sexual Services of a Child);

section 215:  (Duties of Persons to Provide Necessities);

section 218:  (Abandoning Child);

section 220:  (Causing Death by Criminal Negligence);

section 221:  (Causing Bodily Harm by Criminal Negligence);

section 229:  (Murder);

section 235:  (Punishment for Murder);

section 236:  (Punishment for Manslaughter);

section 237:  (Punishment for Infanticide);

section 238:  (Killing Unborn Child in Act of Birth);

section 239:  (Attempt to Commit Murder);

section 240:  (Accessory after Fact to Murder);

section 242:  (Neglect to Obtain Assistance in Child Birth);

section 243:  (Concealing Body of Child);

section 244:  (Causing Bodily Harm with Intent);

section 245:  (Administering Noxious Thing);

section 246:  (Overcoming Resistance to Commission of Offense);

section 264:  (Criminal Harassment);

section 264.1:  (Uttering Threats);

section 266:  (Assault);

section 267:  (Assault with a Weapon or Causing Bodily Harm);

section 268:  (Aggravated Assault);

section 269:  (Unlawfully Causing Bodily Harm);

section 271:  (Sexual Assault);

section 272:  (Sexual Assault with a Weapon, Threats to a Third Party or

Causing Bodily Harm);

section 273:  (Aggravated Sexual Assault);

section 273.3:  (Removal of Child from Canada);

section 279:  (Kidnapping/Forcible Confinement);

section 279.1  (Hostage Taking);

section 280:  (Abduction of Person under Sixteen);

section 281:  (Abduction of Person under Fourteen);

section 282:  (Abduction in Contravention of Custody Order);

section 283:  (Abduction);

section 372:  (False Messages/Indecent Telephone Calls/Harassing Telephone       Calls);

section 446:  (Cruelty to animals);

section 810:  (Where Injury or Damage Feared);

section 810 (1):  (Where Fear of Sexual Offense).

Section 810 (2):  (Where Fear of Serious Personal Injury offence);

 

2.         The following sections of the Controlled Drugs and Substances

Act (Canada) are designated as relevant offenses:

Section 5:  Trafficking in substance;

Section 6:  Importing and exporting a substance;

Section 7:  Production of a substance.

Revised:  2015-04

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