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Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005

ONTARIO REGULATION 37/08

ELIGIBILITY TO HOLD A LICENCE — CLEAN CRIMINAL RECORD

Consolidation Period: From March 16, 2010 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 71/10.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

Prescribed offences

1. For the purpose of section 10 of the Act, a person does not possess a clean criminal record if he or she has been convicted of, and not been granted a pardon for, any of the offences set out in Table 1 or 2.

TABLE 1
OFFENCES UNDER THE CRIMINAL CODE (CANADA)

Item

Provision

Description

1.

Subsection 57 (1)

Forgery of or uttering forged passport

2.

Section 83.02

Providing or collecting property for certain activities

3.

Section 83.03

Providing, making available, etc., property or services for terrorist purposes

4.

Section 83.04

Using or possessing property for terrorist purposes

5.

Section 83.18

Participation in activity of terrorist group

6.

Section 83.19

Facilitating terrorist activity

7.

Section 83.21

Instructing to carry out activity for terrorist group

8.

Section 83.22

Instructing to carry out terrorist activity

9.

Section 83.23

Harbouring or concealing terrorists

10.

Section 83.231

Hoax regarding terrorist activity

11.

Subsection 121 (1)

Frauds on the government

12.

Section 129

Offences related to public or peace officer

13.

Section 130

Personating peace officer

14.

Section 151

Sexual interference

15.

Section 152

Invitation to sexual touching

16.

Section 153

Sexual exploitation

17.

Section 153.1

Sexual exploitation of person with disability

18.

Section 163.1

Child pornography — making, distributing, etc.

19.

Section 170

Parent or guardian procuring sexual activity

20.

Section 172.1

Luring a child

21.

Section 220

Causing death by criminal negligence

22.

Section 235

Murder — first or second degree

23.

Section 239

Attempt to commit murder

24.

Section 244

Causing bodily harm with intent — firearm

25.

Section 245

Administering noxious thing

26.

Section 264

Criminal harassment

27.

Section 267

Assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm

28.

Section 268

Aggravated assault

29.

Section 269.1

Torture

30.

Paragraph 270 (1) (a)

Assaulting a peace officer

31.

Section 270.1

Disarming a peace officer

32.

Section 272

Sexual assault with a weapon, threats to a third party or causing bodily harm

33.

Section 273

Aggravated sexual assault

34.

Subsection 279 (1)

Kidnapping

35.

Section 279.1

Hostage taking

36.

Section 280

Abduction of person under sixteen

37.

Section 281

Abduction of person under fourteen

38.

Section 282

Abduction in contravention of custody order

39.

Section 283

Abduction

40.

Section 318

Advocating genocide

41.

Section 319

Public incitement of hatred, wilful promotion of hatred

42.

Section 324

Theft by bailee of things under seizure

43.

Section 326

Theft of telecommunication service

44.

Paragraph 334 (a)

Theft over $5,000

45.

Subsection 342 (1)

Theft, forgery, etc. of credit card

46.

Section 344

Robbery

47.

Section 345

Stopping mail with intent

48.

Section 346

Extortion

49.

Section 348

Breaking and entering with intent, committing offence or breaking out

50.

Section 356

Theft from mail

51.

Revoked: O. Reg. 71/10, s. 1.

52.

Section 362

False pretence or false statement

53.

Section 363

Obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud

54.

Section 367

Forgery

55.

Section 368

Uttering forged document

56.

Section 374

Drawing document without authority, etc.

57.

Section 375

Obtaining, etc., by instrument based on forged document

58.

Paragraph 380 (1) (a)

Fraud over $5,000

59.

Section 382

Fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions

60.

Section 385

Fraudulent concealment of title documents

61.

Section 386

Fraudulent registration of title

62.

Section 387

Fraudulent sale of real property

63.

Section 388

Misleading receipt

64.

Section 389

Fraudulent disposal of goods on which money advanced

65.

Section 390

Fraudulent receipts under Bank Act

66.

Section 392

Disposal of property to defraud creditors

67.

Subsection 393 (1)

Fraud in relation to fares, etc.

68.

Section 394

Fraud in relation to valuable minerals

69.

Section 394.1

Possession of stolen or fraudulently obtained valuable minerals

70.

Section 396

Offences related to mines

71.

Section 407

Forging trade-mark

72.

Section 423

Intimidation

73.

Section 423.1

Intimidation of a justice system participant

74.

Subsection 430 (4.1)

Mischief relating to religious property

75.

Section 433

Arson/disregard for human life

76.

Section 434

Arson/damage to property

77.

Section 434.1

Arson/own property

78.

Section 435

Arson for fraudulent purpose

79.

Section 436

Arson by negligence

80.

Section 462.31

Laundering proceeds of crime

81.

Section 467.11

Participation in activities of criminal organization

TABLE 2
OFFENCES UNDER THE CONTROLLED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES ACT (CANADA)

Item

Provision

Description

1.

Subsection 5 (1)

Trafficking in substance

2.

Subsection 6 (1)

Importing and exporting

O. Reg. 37/08, s. 1; O. Reg. 71/10, s. 1.

2. Omitted (revokes other Regulations). O. Reg. 37/08, s. 2.

3. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation). O. Reg. 37/08, s. 3.

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