My Police Check - Get a Police Clearance Certificate

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Why use My Police Check?

Fast Turn-Around

We understand the need for a fast turnaround. The majority of the results are returned within 1-2 business days after the application has been submitted.

Australia-Wide Search

We have access to disclosable police history information from all Australian police jurisdictions.

Mobile Friendly

Whether you're on your mobile, tablet or computer, My Police Check provides a seamless ordering experience.

ACIC Accredited

We are powered by InfoTrack, an Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) accredited provider of national police checks.

No Account Required

Complete a criminal history check without creating an account. Simply fill out the form and we will email you the result.

Secure Process

My Police Check is a secure online platform for conducting criminal history checks.

My Police Check - What States are Covered?

Our National Police Checks are available across all Australian states:

  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Northern Territory
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia

Through InfoTrack we also offer business solutions that will allow your organisation to process criminal history checks more efficiently, with all the costs captured in a single invoice.

My Police Check FAQs


Why are Criminal History Checks Important?

You don't want to be subject to crime within an organisation. If you have been asked to complete a criminal history check, it's a good sign that the organisation values their culture and is striving to protect their staff.
  • Preventing Internal Crime - Almost 50% of economic crime against a company is committed by internal parties.
  • Preserving Reputation - 57% of lawyers believe reputational damage is the gravest consequence of internal crime. (2017 Lawyers Weekly and InfoTrack Survey)
  • Protecting Against Theft - 69% of organisations have experienced theft, the most common type of economic crime. (2016 PwC Global Economic Crime Survey)