|Criminal Records Check|
WVFHC values the safety of its players and volunteers above all else. We want to ensure that we uphold the highest standards in providing a safe secure environment for our
children to play field hockey.
All individuals over 19 years old who work, volunteer or have
direct contact with children aged 19 or under must submit a criminal
records check (CRC) to the club. This
- team managers
- assistant coaches
- junior coaches if older than 19 years
To volunteer with Spring League 2017, WVFHC needs to receive
your CRC by 17 April 2017. If
you are unable to provide a completed CRC or confirm that it is in process by
this date, you will be unable to volunteer.
- The CRC will be valid for a period of 5 years.
If you submitted a CRC to the club from June 2012 onwards, you are not required to do so this year.
- The club will accept a CRC completed for other purposes if it is dated within the past 5 years. We need to receive a copy of the CRC.
How do I get a CRC?
are 2 options for completing a CRC - online through the Criminal Records Review
Program or in-person at your local police or RCMP station.
1. Criminal Records Review Program:
Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) is a free on-line program operated by
the Ministry of Justice. To submit an online request through the CRRP you must:
- have a minimum Canadian credit history of at least 6 months
- have been residing in Canada for 2 years or longer
- be able to correctly answer a set of security questions unique to their personal credit history
to https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/home.htm. You will require an access code from
WVFHC which is Z4GV99ZP6V.
- have a current Canadian address
the online application and submit the form. The results will be emailed to the
WVFHC Risk Manager within about 10 days of application
some cases, you may be unable to complete the electronic identity verification
and the CRC cannot be completed online.
In this case, a screen will appear listing all the information you
entered and prompting you to print off the page and submit your application
manually. Please bring this form to the
WVFHC Risk Manager to have your ID checked manually prior to submitting to the
can also request to share their results between one or more organizations
registered with the Criminal Records Review Program. Please visit https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/home.htm and select this option.
2 Police or RCMP CRC:
can apply to the West Vancouver Police Department or the North Vancouver RCMP
for a CRC in-person. This process can take 4 weeks or longer and may require
fingerprint identification so please start the process as soon as possible.
can only apply for a CRC from the district where you reside. If you reside in West Vancouver, you must
obtain your CRC from West Vancouver Police Department. If you reside in North
Vancouver, you must obtain your CRC from the RCMP. Currently there is no charge for volunteers
in North Vancouver and a $22 fee in West Vancouver. This fee is not covered by
will need a letter from WVFHC stating you are a volunteer, proof of your
address and 2 pieces of government-issued IDs, one with a picture. Click here to access the volunteer letter.
CRC results should be mailed to the WVFHC Risk Manager at PO Box 92018, West
Vancouver V7V 4X4 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
All information from the CRC is treated confidentially.
For more information about the WVFHC's CRC policy and procedure, please click here.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com