SERVICES & FEES
Commissionaires is accredited by the RCMP to conduct fingerprinting services. With our friendly and reliable service experts, we will make your experience a comfortable one. We offer services in Hindi and Punjabi (Central City). Services are offered on a first come, first served basis. Our list of services include:
DIGITAL FINGERPRINTING..................$50 (+$25 RCMP fee if applicable)
INK & ROLL FINGERPRINTING............$45 ($10 for additional sets thereafter)
SCAN TO DIGITAL SERVICE.................$200
CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK (CPIC).......$40
OUT OF COUNTRY CPIC.......................$99
SECURITY LICENSING.........................$50 ($60 with photo)
Can't visit one of our processing locations for a Criminal Record Check (CPIC)?
WHAT TO BRING:
- 2 pieces of government issued ID and one must be a photo ID (Note: SIN cards are not accepted)
- Permanent Resident Card or Record of Landing (for citizenship applications)
- Letter from Immigration or Citizenship office where you first applied (must contain file, case or client number)
- For Vulnerable Sector Checks, please bring a letter from the police or Ministry of Justice
Due to the length of time it takes to process requests, we accept our last client 30 minutes prior to closing.
VANCOUVER: #800-595 Howe Street Vancouver, BC V6C 2T5 T: 604 646 3330
Hours: 8:30AM - 4:00PM, Monday through Friday
CENTRAL CITY: #140 -13450 102 Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 5X3 T: 604 497 0389
Hours: 10:00AM - 5:30PM, Monday through Friday, 10:00AM- 4:30PM Saturdays
NOTE: This location does not accept cash.
KELOWNA: #100-346 Lawrence Avenue Kelowna, BC V1Y 6L4 T: 250 979 4773
Hours: 8:30AM - 3:30PM, Monday through Friday
You must bring 2 pieces of government issued identification and one must be a photo ID. Valid identification includes:
- Driver’s License
- Birth Certificate
- Canadian Citizenship Card
- Permanent Resident Card
- Certificate of Indian Status
- Immigrant Documents
- Military Family ID
- Record of Landing for Citizenship Applicant
- Certificate of Live Birth
- Nexus Card
OVERVIEW OF SERVICES
INK & ROLL FINGERPRINTING
SCAN TO DIGITAL SERVICE
We offer scan to digital service for individuals that are unable to get digital fingerprinting done. Since the RCMP no longer accepts ink and roll fingerprints (implemented in July 2014), Commissionaires will take care of the legwork for you. We will scan your ink and roll fingerprint card and create and send an electronic file to the RCMP for processing. This reduces the processing time for a no record found search from up to 6 months to as little as 7 to 10 business days with results being mailed to anywhere in the world in as little as a week. This service benefits clients needing an RCMP certified background check that live in an area which does not have digital fingerprinting services, as well as clients currently living overseas. Click here for instructions.
CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK (CPIC and e-CPICs)
Commissionaires provides criminal record checks (also known as criminal history record checks, police record checks, police certificates, CPICs, police clearances, criminal background checks, RCMP criminal record checks) for the purposes of pre-employment screening, visa applications and foreign travel / work permits to individuals, employees or organizations. As well, Criminal Record Checks may be used for Real Estate Licensing and Mortgage Broker licensing (FICOM).
This service is offered in-person at one of our convenient processing locations or online. See Services & Fees for pricing details. To begin the Electronic Criminal Record Check (eCPIC) process, please click the button below.
We are also able to perform digital fingerprinting to support a police service or RCMP detachment that requests a Vulnerable Sector Search. If you have received a letter of instruction from the Ministry of Justice requesting Digital Fingerprinting for a Vulnerable Sector Search, we assist in this process. In order to complete this service, please be sure to bring this letter of instruction with you. The Vulnerable Sector Search must be initiated with either your local police, RCMP or the Ministry of Justice.