1. Please process your check from the State you reside. (links below)|
2. Please retain receipt for any approved reimbursement costs.
3. For any questions, please email helpdesk@ReadyCheck.com.au and we shall respond.
A National Criminal History Report is a point in time check of an individual’s criminal history. It utilises a database that comprises of the records of all Australian Police around Australia.
Around 80% of checks are returned the same day. The verification process may take several weeks to ensure that any criminal history information is not released to the incorrect person or nominee.
A National Criminal History Report identifies Police information held about an individual, from all Australian States and Territories.
Charges, Pending matters awaiting court hearing, Court convictions - Findings of guilt with no conviction, Good behaviour bonds or ther court orders.
We advise you to choose our service carefully as we do not issue refunds and are not required to provide a refund for: Data entry errors that have been made by individuals inputting their own details into the application for a criminal
history check and or submissions for Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Checks which we are not authorised to process and or your selection is the incorrect check type.
|Should you wish to dispute your nationally coordinated criminal history check, please email us at helpdesk@ReadyCheck.com.au and we shall provide you the accredited ACIC dispute form.|
|ReadyCheck.com.au / Telads Australia Pty Ltd complies with the Privacy Act 1988 in respect of personal information and will not use or disclose any personal information received from the User or its clients except as is necessary for the purposes of providing its services. While ReadyCheck.com.au / Telads Australia Pty Ltd takes reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorised access to or use of personal information and confidential information, the use of electronic communications and electronic data storage system means that there remains a possibility that such information may be accessed by unauthorised persons.|