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What are some common questions about spent criminal records?

What is the effect of spent criminal records overseas – including employment, immigration, studies, adoption? The Registration of Criminals Act is a domestic law, meaning that it only applies to […]

Posted on 26 March 2019

What are the Consequences of a Criminal Record Being Treated as Spent?

A person who had his criminal record spent is deemed to have no such record and may lawfully choose not to disclose the spent record for all purposes, except during: […]

Posted on 25 March 2019

What are the conditions for a criminal record to be rendered spent?

There are some key requirements for a criminal record to be rendered spent. First, the offender must satisfy a crime-free period: As defined in the RCA, a “crime-free period” means […]

Posted on 22 March 2019

What are spent Criminal Records?

All records in the register of any person convicted within Singapore of any crime shall be capable of becoming spent in accordance with the requirements as set out in section […]

Posted on 21 March 2019

What kinds of offences are considered Registrable Offences?

Offences which can be registered are offences listed in the First and Second Schedules of the Registration of Criminals Act, such as murder, kidnapping, rape, theft, cheating, trespass, mischief, forgery, […]

Posted on 20 March 2019

What are Criminal Records?

Under the Registration of Criminals Act (Cap. 268) (‘RCA’), the Police keep records in the Register of Criminals of persons convicted of any crime specified in the First and Second […]

Posted on 19 March 2019
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