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Police Criminal Record Certificate

Location & Hours of Operation:
Location: Foreign Affairs Division, Taipei City Police Department
Address: No. 96, Yanping S. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 10042, Taiwan (R.O.C.) (Ximen MRT Station, Exit 5)
Regular office hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday except Wednesday extended to 8:00pm)
Generally, the processing of a PCRC application, if submitted in person, takes at least 2 hours. Therefore, any applicant would like to pick up his/her PCRC on the same day will be advised to submit his/her application no later than 3 PM (6PM on Wednesday).
Contact Information:
Tel: 886-2-2381-7494 or 886-2-2375-2105
Fax: 886-2-2381-7487
Application for a Police Criminal Record Certificate (PCRC)
Please read the following instructions regarding the necessary steps to take in applying for a PCRC. Be well aware that the ways for domestic and overseas applications are different.
*Overseas applications can be made BY MAIL only.
Application requirements for a PCRC are as follows:
(1) A completed application form
(2) Proof of identity: a copy of the passport or an Alien Resident Certificate that is authenticated or notarized by ROC embassies or consulates, Straits Exchange Foundation or other relevant notary public abroad.
(3) Fee: US$7 is charged for one copy of PCRC. Each additional copy applied at the same time is US$1(the contents of each PCRC should be the same)
(4) A self-addressed envelope (No postage fee or stamp is required)
Mailing Address:
Foreign Affairs Division, Taipei City Police Department
No. 96, Yanping S. Rd.,
Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 10042,
Taiwan (R.O.C.)
*Domestic application can be made in person, by mail, via the Internet, or by fax.
Application requirements for a PCRC are as follows:
1. To apply in person:
(1) A completed application form.
(2) Proof of identity:
A. R.O.C. citizens: an original R.O.C. ID. An original or copy of the passport photo page is needed for a PCRC with an English name on it.
B. Citizens of China, Hong Kong or Macau: an original Exit & Entry Permit for the Taiwan Area of the Republic of China or a Permanent Resident Certificate.
C. Foreign nationals residing in Taiwan: an original passport or Alien Resident Certificate (ARC)
(3) Fee: NT $100 is charged for one copy of this certificate. Each additional copy applied at the same time is NT$20.
Any minor applicant, Taiwanese under age 20 (foreign national under 16), should also present his/her legal representative’s letter of consent and original ID with his/her application, or have his/her legal representative file the application in person.
2. To apply by mail:
(1) A completed application form
(2) Proof of identity:
A. R.O.C. citizens: an original R.O.C. ID or Household Registration Transcript issued within 1 month
B. Citizens of China, Hong Kong or Macau: an original Exit & Entry Permit for the Taiwan Area of the Republic of China or a Permanent Resident Certificate.
C. Foreign nationals residing in Taiwan: an original passport or Alien Resident Certificate (ARC)
(3) Fee: NT $100 is charged for one copy of this certificate in cash or money order payable to the Taipei City Police Department. (Each additional copy applied at the same time is NT$20.)
(4) A self-addressed registered mail envelope with sufficient postage
Mailing Address:
Foreign Affairs Division, Taipei City Police Department
No. 96, Yanping S. Rd.,
Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 10042,
Taiwan (R.O.C.)
3. To apply via the Internet:
(1) Apply on the National Police Agency application page (http://eli.npa.gov.tw/E7WebO/index01.jsp), and then call 886-2-2381-7494 to confirm.
Or apply on “Taipei e-services Online” (https://www.e-services.taipei.gov.tw/hypage.cgi?HYPAGE=form.htm&s_uid=157005), and get an application number to pick up the certificate; a pick-up deadline will be available online the next business day.
(2) Please have proof of identity as described in the application in person above and an application fee of NT $100 is charged for one copy of this certificate when picking up a PCRC at TCPD on the assigned day. (Each additional copy applied at the same time is NT$20.)
(3) If applicants DO NOT pick up certificates by the deadline, they will be required to apply again.
4. To apply by fax:
(1) A complete application form
(2) Please fax required documents to 886-2-2381-7487 and then dial 886-2-2381-7494 to confirm the receipt of your fax.
(3) Please have proof of identity as described in application in person and an application fee of NT $100 is charged for one copy of this certificate when picking up a PCRC at TCPD. (Each additional copy applied at the same time is NT$20.)
5. To apply via App:
(1) Download the app called “Police@TPE” and apply online.
(2) Bring the documents required for the application in person and pick up the certificate at Taipei City Police Department.
6. To apply at a convenience store:
(1) Key in the cell phone number and ID number on the I-Bon machine of a convenience store.
(2) Print and fill the application form.
(3) Scan the filled application form and send it to Taipei City Police Department.
(4) Bring your ID card to Taipei City Police Department, pay the fee and pick up the certificate.

Notes:
1. If you assign an individual to apply on your behalf, you must submit a valid power of attorney with your signature or stamp included on the application form. The assigned individual must present proof of identity when picking up a certificate.
2. An applicant's English name on the certificate MUST be identical to the one shown in the passport.
3. It will take half a business day to issue a certificate; however, it might take longer if it is necessary to inquire from related judicial or military judicial authorities.
4. To shorten the processing time, please provide relevant court or trial documents, if any, to verify your current criminal record status.
5. If you have further questions, please call 886-2-2381-7494 or 886-2-2375-2105.


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  • Updated: 2016/8/10 15:40
  • Reviewed: 2016/8/10 15:40

  • Source: Taipei City Police Department