Please be ready with your application reference number starting with 'P'. For example P1234567
The base price for a Queensland Police Clearance check is $48.90.
Applicants in QLD have the option to pay securely online using PayPal, credit card or a debit card.
QLD based applicants can get a Police Clearance QLD by completing the online police check application form.
The Queensland police check application can be completed in the comfort of your home or workplace by using a PC, mobile phone or tablet. Obtaining a National Police Check is now as simple as completing an online form.
The process takes a few minutes when completing the Police Check.
If applicants require a certificate that is issued by the QLD Police Force, this can only be obtained directly through the QLD Police Force. Australian National Character Check is not affiliated with the QLD Police Force and applicants must obtain one directly through their website. This may require you to have your identification documents certified by authorised personnel (e.g. a JP, police officer, etc.) and may not be completed using an entirely online procedure. Applicants should allow a minimum of 10 business days for a QLD Police Check by the Queensland Police Force to be issued.
Laws exist that prevent some people with a criminal record from working in particular roles. Depending on the nature of the criminal history, industries that might screen and restrict the employment of people with criminal records include and are not limited to:
A police check lists disclosable court outcomes released by all Australian police agencies. This includes convictions, sentences, penalties, and pending charges.
Findings of non-guilt, incomplete or dropped charges, traffic infringements not involving convictions (e.g., fines, cautions), diversion programs, penalties imposed by institutions or professional bodies, matters prosecuted by authorities other than the police, convictions overseas.
Spent convictions are also not shown on a national criminal record check depending on what state the convictions occurred in. Generally, a spent conviction is a criminal offence which is older than five years if convicted as a child, or an offence older than ten years in any other case.Convictions which are not eligible to be “spent” include:
Please visit our business customer page for information on how employers can streamline their online police checks.