Incorrect Results/Showing Spent Crimes (Right To Dispute Results) 15 April 2023 00:29 Updated You do have a right to dispute the result of your police check if you believe: the police information released does not belong to you part of the police information does not belong to the you the police information belongs to you, but the details are inaccurate the police information belongs to you, but should not have been released Process to dispute your result: review your police check result advise your accredited body of any incorrect information in the result contact your accredited body to raise a dispute provide all required information and supporting evidence to lodge the dispute form. the police will review your result you will receive the outcome of dispute (either successful or unsuccessful) How to dispute If you have receive a police check from InterCheck Australia and wish to either discuss or lodge a dispute, please contact via email email@example.com Time frame for dispute A police check dispute can take one day or a couple of weeks, depending on the complexity. It takes more time, for example, if the police need to source more information from external sources, such as a Court or another police agency. When the final review is complete by the police, you will be notified immediately via email. Related articles How Do I Access My Police Check Results? How Do I Interpret My Police Check Results? Incorrect Details On Police Check Identity Documents Required for a Police Check I Have Not Received My Verification Code Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.