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Record Requests

The following procedures are available to individuals, insurance companies, law firms, etc... seeking access to records held by the Lethbridge Police Service (LPS). 

  • Police Information Checks - used for employment, volunteer and educational opportunities, licensing requirements and any other relevant purposes, a detailed search is conducted and disclosed in the interest of public safety. 

  • Routine Requests for Information - used to access witness statements, multi-media files (audio, video, photobooks) certificates of analysis, and police reports from property offence incidents (motor vehicle collisions, thefts, property damage, break and enters...).  

  • Record Suspensions (previously known as pardons) - if applying for a record suspension from the Parole Board of Canada, you will need a local Police Record Check from every police jurisdiction you have reside in for the last five (5) years. 

  • Destruction of Fingerprints and Photographs - if eligible, you can request that identification documents relating to your criminal record history (fingerprints, photographs...) be reviewed for destruction.

  • Freedom of Information Requests - a formal method for requesting records held by the LPS when information is not available through other request procedures. 

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