Criminal record check for new employee

Criminal record check


Doing a criminal record check on a potential employee is quick and easy.

Step 1: Phone us for an appointment;

Step 2: The candidate must present himself/herself to our office with a copy of their ID;

Step 3: The candidate’s fingerprints are taken and submitted to the SAPS national database;

Step 4: Results are e-mailed within 24-48 hours.

Should the candidate be unable to present himself/herself to our office, the candidate can go to the nearest police station, have his/her fingerprints captured on a SAPS 91A, and submit this document together with the necessary consent form and a copy of the the ID to our office. This process does take longer.

Although the results are both issued by the South African Police Service, this criminal check is different from a Police Clearance Certificate that is issued for emigration purposes or for travel or employment abroad.

For more information on the process and cost for obtaining a Police Clearance Certificate, please visit https://www.saps.gov.za/services/applying_clearence_certificate.php

Cost of verification from R220 excluding VAT.

Will an insurance claim pay out if drivers license is false?

One of the documents that must be submitted to your insurance company when submitting any claim relating to a company vehicle or truck, is a valid driver’s license and Professional Driving Permit of the driver who drove the company vehicle at the time of the incident. However, due to rampant falsification of drivers licenses and PDP’s, some insurance companies now require verification of a drivers license and PDP and will not pay out the claim if it is false, even if the employer was unaware that the drivers license was falsified. 

We can assist with verification of a South African drivers license and Professional Driving Permit within two business days.

Foreign nationals from Zimbabwe require the following valid documents in order to transport goods in South Africa if they do not have a South African drivers license namely a Zimbabwe Drivers license, a Defensive Drivers license and International Driver’s Licence. We can verify these documents within 3 (three) business days once a valid consent form and copies of the documents have been received.

Please contact us to assist you with verification of a South African drivers license or foreign drivers’ documents to ensure your insurance claims will be paid out.

No subscription or membership fees, only pay per verification.

Contact us at 031 266 7097 or 083 400 2909 for more information and a quote