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Police Clearance WA

Which jobs require a Police Clearance WA?

Specific industries that commonly require a Western Australia or Perth police clearance certificate before new employees can commence work include and are not limited to: Community services & development, healthcare & medical, government & defence, banking & financial services, construction & mining, public transport services, volunteering organisations, nursing homes, aged care centres, etc.

Overall, the majority of employers with effective hiring procedures incorporate a criminal history check as part of their hiring process.


Is the Police Clearance WA different to the one at a local police station?

Local police stations in Western Australia and Australian National Character Check access the same central federal government database to issue police record check results.

There is no difference in the legitimacy of a national police check issued by a local WA police station and Australian National Character Check.

An applicant may notice small differences in the formatting of the certificate, however both are equally valid.

Applicants that apply through Australian National Character Check do however experience the substantial difference in speed and efficiency when obtaining their police check online. Majority of police clearance checks are returned to applicants within one to three business days. Results are emailed on the same business day they are received and applicants receive instant sms notifications.

Overall, applicants save time and cost when applying for their Police Clearance WA online.


Where is the Police Clearance WA Valid?

The Police Clearance WA is valid Australia wide. When you apply for a Police Clearance WA, in essence you are also applying for the following:


How long is a Police Clearance WA valid for?

Most employers don't accept a Police Clearance in Perth that is older than three months. It must also be noted that a national Police Clearance WA is a point-in-time check, meaning that the results only reflect police records on the date they are released.

Decision makers (e.g. employers) determine how long a criminal history check is to be accepted as 'valid', based on their own risk management strategy and assessments.