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Top NZ Police Vetting Check FAQ

What’s the difference between a Police Vetting Check and a Ministry of Justice Check?

While both checks relate to and cover New Zealand, the NZ Police Vetting check is specifically used in cases where the individual will be in contact with children or vulnerable adults. It may also include information from New Zealand Police regarding interactions or concerns they have had with the person.

The New Zealand Ministry of Justice Check can be used to screen an employee in any role. Results of these checks will only include disclosable criminal and/or traffic convictions.

What information is required for a NZ Police Vetting Check?

The Police vet service require a candidate's personal information and proof of identification (passport, NZ driver's license etc.). If traditional forms of identification are not held, we will prompt the candidate to provide an accepted alternative document.



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Further NZ Police Vetting Check FAQ

Hopefully we can answer all of your NZ Police Vetting check questions below, but if you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.

When should I use a NZ Police Vetting check?

An organisation should request a Police vet check when hiring for positions in New Zealand where the candidate will be providing services for vulnerable adults or children. A NZ Police Vetting check also protects the employer, safeguarding the organisation and its clientele from risk.

How do I get a NZ Police Vetting check?

Using, you can request and track police and other pre-employment checks in one easy-to-use platform. Once you've signed up with, you can add your candidates who will then be notified and guided through the information they need to complete. Throughout the whole process you, as a user, are able to see where the candidate is in the process and when the results are ready.

How do I get the results?

Once received, the results will be made available for viewing and download on the platform.