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The Pardon Society of Canada takes its responsibility towards Accredited Members of the Pardon Society Of Canada (sometimes refered to as The Pardon Society or Pardon Association) very seriously. It is the goal of the Pardon Society of Canada to engage these member stakeholders in dialogue that will ultimately improve the Canadian Pardon process.
With the Canadian Government recently passing Bill C-10 into Law, changing a Pardon to a Record Suspension, now more than ever is it important that Accredited Members Of The Pardon Society of Canada work with the Pardon Society to Accredit Record Suspension Processing Services to ensure they meet a set of criteria to protect the Canadian Public, and deliver a more efficent Record Suspension System.
The Pardon Society of Canada is the primary advocate for the existence of Accredited Members of the Society. In order to be an Accredited Member, all applicants have demonstrated the ability to meet the Membership Criteria.
The principles guiding the interactions of Members and benefits of Membership are:
- Having input in the direction of the industry by assisting the Society to evaluate applicant members’, staff and vendors.
- Improving standards of service, and the image of the industry as a whole.
- Acting as an Advocate for the Pardon, Record Suspension, and US Waiver industry and striving to always portray a professional image.
- Promoting sustainability of the industry by meeting and maintaining all applicable standards within this Code of Business Practices.
- Promoting voluntary self-regulation within the Pardon, Record Suspension, and US Waiver industry.
- Protecting the image of the Pardon industry and building trust through honesty, reliability and transparency.
- Promoting transparency in the Record Suspension industry through openly identifying all policies, guarantees, advertising and procedures that bear on a customer’s decision to buy.
- Protecting the privacy of clients, government and membership.
- Building credibility by avoiding misuse, or misrepresentation of Logo’s or accreditation symbols of the Pardon Society of Canada.
- Building and safeguarding relationships with each other as well as stakeholder groups.
- Defaulting to the Pardon Society of Canada to provide crises and reactionary PR in the event the industry faces such a crises.
- Looking to the Pardon Society of Canada to collectively engage and advocate the industry and its value proposition.
- Leveraging the Pardon Society of Canada as the primary point of contact for praise and complaint by clients, businesses, and government stakeholders.
- Supporting the Pardon Society of Canada in its active public relations campaign to build the legitimacy, integrity and professionalism of accredited businesses and the accreditation process of the Pardon Association.
- Establishing and maintaining a positive track record in the industry, towards employees and professionally accredited individuals.
- Remaining free from government action that demonstrates a significant failure to support Pardon Society of Canada ethical principles in dealing with employed professionals.
If you feel your pardon or record suspension company meets the published standards of practice for an accredited pardon or record suspension company, then please apply for accreditation by completing the Pardon Society of Canada's Accreditation Application.