Presenting: Implications of Police Records Checks on OHRC
Sammy is the Training Specialist at Volunteer Toronto. Working with volunteer managers and coordinators from Toronto's voluntary sector, Sammy develops and delivers in-person, on-demand and online training on a variety of volunteer management topics and trends. Sammy is Volunteer Toronto’s subject matter expert on legislation, policies and diversity in volunteer programs.
Presenting: Peel Regional Police Specifications
Melissa, as the coordinator of the Records Search Unit, is responsible for assisting with the processing and coordination of the day to day business within the unit, ensuring that all customer based search requests are completed in a professional and timely manner. She performs queries on a variety of Records Management databases, retrieves the information and determines the suitability of release to the applicant. Melissa will send messages to other police services requesting pertinent information with respect to the release of criminal and/or local records as required, and also responds to other police services' requests for information. She makes decisions regarding releasing specific confidential police information according to the exceptional disclosure assessment within the LEARN guidelines and current legislation. Melissa and the clerks within the unit then complete the final document for release to the applicant. Melissa is happy to answer questions from members of the community with respect to criminal record checks and can be reached at 905-453-2121 ext 4343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.