If you're looking for a downloadable copy from the internet, you can get it from the OESC website --> http://www.oesc-cseo.org/English/services.html
Currently, OESC isn't processing any applications as there has been some issues, and will need to have changes in the near future. So far, these were the last couple of updates:
IMPORTANT UPDATES ON POLICE RECORD CHECK SERVICES!
January 7, 2010
Bob Williams from OESC met with officials from the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (policing) and the RCMP on Wednesday, January 6. It was a productive meeting, with all parties committed to developing a resolution that will meet the requirements of School Boards, Service Providers, Colleges, Universities and the RCMP. The options are being carefully evaluated. It is hoped that we will have the basis for a resolution shortly. As soon as more information is available, it will be posted on this web-site. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
January 5, 2010
OESC is meeting with officials from the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (policing) and the RCMP on Wednesday, January 6. We will post a futher update on the morning of Thursday, January 7, hopefully with a resolution through OESC that will meet the requirements of School Boards, Service Providers, Colleges, Universities as well as the RCMP and Provincial Government.
PNS will keep you informed and up-to-date as per the OESC website. Sheridan College might also recommend going about the police check in a different way. DO NOT go to your nearest police station, pay $50, and get a check done...because the paperwork won't suffice in the long-term care facilities and hospitals!