The Criminal Record Check (CRC) Policy: Service Delivery explains CLBC and service provider responsibilities for criminal record reviews under the law.
The purpose is to keep CLBC-eligible individuals safe. The reviews are for specific offences (crimes) related to work with vulnerable people.
Also on this page is a new brochure and factsheet series that explain the responsibilities for criminal record checks all CLBC service providers, including individual & direct funded agents, person centred societies and home sharing providers, have as part of the Terms and Conditions of their CLBC contract or agreement
The policy explains:
- Who has to have a criminal record review
- When and how often reviews are needed
- What to do if someone has a criminal charge or conviction
- Driver’s abstracts (records) are also required under the policy to make sure that individuals are transported safely.
- Interim Guidance – Criminal Record Check (CRC) Policy: Service Delivery
- Criminal Record Check (CRC) Policy: Service Delivery
- FAQ – Criminal Record Check Policy: Service Delivery – Updated September 7, 2021
- New Brochure: CRCs and Working with People CLBC Serves
- New Factsheet for Home Sharing Providers – CRC Responsibilities
- New Factsheet for Directing Funding and Individualized Funding Agents – CRC Responsibilities
- New Factsheet for Person Centred Societies – CRC Responsibilities
- Message to all Service Providers on CRC Policy Update – Sent July 5, 2021
- Message to Service Provider Agencies and Direct Contracted Home Sharing Providers on CRC Interim Guidance – Sent September 7, 2021
- Message to Direct Funded Agents, Person Centred Societies and Microboards on CRC Interim Guidance – Sent September 7, 2021