About the Record Suspension Program
The Record Suspension Program assists individuals with the process of applying for a record suspension, formerly called a pardon.
Staff assist with every step of the process and help people navigate potential barriers they may encounter during the process. This includes providing administrative support and financial assistance to cover any fees associated with the application.
Receiving a record suspension means that an individual’s criminal record is kept separate from other records, and it will not show up on a criminal record check. This reduces the stigma and barriers to employment, housing, and education that are typically associated with a criminal record