Police clearance certificate

RPNGC improving police clearance service

Employers and other organizations require a Police Clearance Certificate as a document that clears an individual and confirms that the applicant has no criminal record or is not a person of interest.

The National Criminal Records Office of the Crimes Division of the RPNGC issues the certificate, which is valid for one year from the date of issue.

How to get a police clearance certificate

Acting Officer in Charge (OIC) of the National Criminal Records Office (NCRO), Chief Sergeant Kasa Wumber, said there are six main types of police clearance reports done by his office.

These include five character checks and a Police Crime Report.

The character checks include; Public Motor Vehicle (PMV) character check, Papua New Guinea police character check, firearms character check, expatriates in Papua New Guinea and expatriates overseas character check.