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I just got my police back ground check hoping it would come back all clear, it did I had my charges withdrawn.


BUT on my police back ground check it says " non conviction records for public safety"  I don't want that on there how can I go about getting that removed? 


By Pardons Canada

If your criminal charges are withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond, absolute or conditional discharged it is considered a non-conviction.
However, the prints will stay in the system until a file destruction is requested.  
Once the file destruction is approved, in the future when someone runs your name on a criminal background check it will be completely clear.
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