Police and ASIC checks

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Employment Police Checks

With our online service, you can order a National Police Check for a job interview or ongoing employment

Volunteer Police Checks

If you need a National Police Check for a Volunteer position, you can order online from IDV Pacific. No-fuss and easy

ASIC Reports

We will soon have a range of ASIC reports available online. Check below for details of reports

ASIC Company Extract

Enter an ABN or other identifiers to receive an extract with comprehensive information about the corresponding organisation, including status, address, directors, shareholders, capital, charges and attached documents.

ASIC Personal Name Extract

Personal Name Extracts contain personal and business details about the selected individual, including birth date and place.

ASIC Relational Company Extract

Enter an ABN or other identifiers to receive an extract with details about an organisation’s relationship with other organisations, including their current status, and past and present shares/interests.

ASIC Document Image

Enter a Document ID to receive an imaged copy of that particular document lodged with ASIC.

Banned/Disqualified Registers Extract

Receive information about an individual prohibited from managing a company under the Corporations Act, along with the details of the ban.

ASIC Business Name Extract

A Business Name Extract can return both current and historical details that match the business searched, including registration details, business type, principal place of business, registered proprietors and any related documents.

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Employment Police Checks Overview

In a time of growing uncertainty, employers want to know they are hiring suitable candidates. To ensure this, an increasing number of businesses are now requesting current, and prospective employees undergo police clearance checks – for several industries and occupations it’s a statutory requirement.

The Employment Police Checks provided by IDV Pacific can fulfil this requirement by returning a Police Check report from the National Police History database.

Who can use it?

An Employment Police Check can be ordered by any individual who needs to provide police clearance to a current or future employer.

Employers can also order an Employment Police Check on behalf of their current/prospective employee (as long as they have the employee’s permission to do so)
Business accounts are also available for employers that need to process multiple or frequent checks.

What Do You Get?

Upon completion of an Employment Police Check, the results are issued as a National Police History Check certificate.
The result will display your full name, date of birth, the purpose of the check, and if any Disclosable Court Outcomes are recorded against your name. Disclosable Court Outcomes can include:

  • Court appearances
  • Pending Court Cases
  • Findings of guilt in any court (with or without conviction)
  • Good behaviour bonds or other court orders

The type of disposable information will vary depending on; the purpose of the check and the relevant spent conviction legislation in each State and Territory.

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Volunteer Police Checks Overview

An increasing number of volunteer positions involve a level of trust. As a way to establish trust, many organisations now ask current and prospective volunteers to undergo police clearance checks. For several industries and roles, undertaking a Police Check is a statutory requirement.

The Volunteer Police Checks provided by IDV Pacific can fulfil this requirement by returning a Police Check report, which is taken from the National Police History database.

Who can use a Volunteer Police Check?

A Volunteer Police Check can be ordered by any individual who requires a police clearance for an unpaid position. (eg. student placement/coach of the local sporting team).

Organisations can also order a Volunteer Police Check on behalf of their volunteers (as long as they have the volunteer’s permission to do so)
Business accounts are also available for organisations that need to process multiple or frequent checks.

What Do You Get?

Upon completion of a Volunteer Police Check, the results are issued as a National Police History Check certificate.
The result will display your full name, date of birth, the purpose of the check & if any Disclosable Court Outcomes are recorded against your name. Disclosable Court Outcomes can include:

  • Court appearances
  • Pending Court Cases
  • Findings of guilt in any court (with or without conviction)
  • Good behaviour bonds or other court orders

The type of disposable information will vary depending on; the purpose of the check and the relevant spent conviction legislation in each State and Territory.

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Selfie Instructions

To help validate your identity, you must upload a selfie of your self holding your photo ID document

Guidelines:

  • Digital photo – JPEG format
  • Photo ID must be visible and held at head height
  • Head and shoulders must be visible
  • Your hand must be visible
  • Do not cover parts of the ID or your face with your hands
  • Light coloured background
  • No hats, sunglasses, or anything that covers your facial features
  • Avoid shadows, glare and reflections
  • Ensure photo is clear and in focus

The Application Process for Police Checks

Applying for an Employment Police Check is simple – the application process is paperless and can be completed online via the IDV Pacific website (Services Area – you will require an IDV Pacific account). The only requirements are that you provide true & correct information, along with four selected ID documents for verification purposes.

Processing times will vary and are based on whether your details have a potential match in the National Police History database.
70% of applications are completed within a matter of minutes – while the remaining 30% require manual review and can take several business days to complete.

1. Initial Details

You will require an IDV Pacific account to perform Police Checks – please contact us to create your account.

Start your application by entering some basic details – full name, gender and date of birth – then add the application to your cart, checkout & process your credit card payment.

To streamline an application, upfront payment is required, as it allows us to keep track of your application – it also lets you save your progress and return to the application at any time. We do not keep or save any credit cards in our system.

2. Further details

Upon payment, your application is saved in your account and can be completed at any time.

At this step, you need to provide a few more details such as the purpose of the check (e.g. type of employment, description of position) and some more personal details (including previous names and address details).

3. Upload ID Documents

Finally, upload ID documents so that we can verify your identity. A guide and calculator for ID documents is built into the application form, to let you know which documents you can upload.

4. Results

Once completed, the Police Check result will be emailed to you as a PDF certificate (a copy is also stored in your account). You can then print the certificate or email it directly to your employer.

For peace of mind, your employer can verify the certificate via our online verification tool.

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