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Recent Police Check

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Verify once to receive a SEEK Pass 'supertick'to stand out to employers on relevant jobs thereafter.Learn more

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What kinds of jobs require a recent police check?

A recent police check is often required when applying for employment (paid and unpaid) and appointment to positions of trust as it helps organisations make informed decisions about the suitability of applicants. It is relevant to a broad range of industries, including:
  • Community Services and Development
  • Education and Training
  • Healthcare and Medical
  • Legal
  • Volunteer and not-for-profit organisations
of applicants to relevant jobs on SEEK are now verifying with SEEK Pass

How does it work?



Provide evidence of your credentials, which SEEK Pass then checks with the relevant authority or uses other suitable verification methods.



Once your verified result is available, you can share it on SEEK to enhance your job applications.


Stand out

If shared, employers using SEEK to manage applications will be able to see your verified credential for relevant past and future applications as a live feed.

SEEK Pass has an unique integration with Australia’s leading job site SEEK to help you stand out when applying for jobs. And thanks to SEEK, you can verify and share your credentials at no cost to you.Learn more about verifying and sharing your credentials with SEEK.

What you’ll need to verify successfully

Before you get started, make sure you have an Australian police check certificate that was issued in the past 12 months.

Please note that we do not accept certificates issued by the Australian Federal Police.

If you have obtained a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check issued by SEEK Pass in the past few months, we will automatically award you with a Recent Police Check credential that you can choose to share with employers.

    What employers will see when sharing with Seek

    • Full name
    • Check type
    • Certificate release date
    • Accredited body
    • Verification date
    Rest assured that your police check result will not be shared.
      To protect your privacy, we do not share the original document, or sensitive information such as your date of birth, document number or ID photo.
      Ready to verify your recent police check? It’s free!

      Frequently asked questions

      What is a recent police check?

      Why should I verify?

      Is it free to verify?

      How many checks can I verify?

      Who can I share my verified credential with?

      Do you share my check result?

      How do you protect my information?

      Does SEEK Pass issue Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Checks?

      To learn more, visit our Help Centre
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