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The infographic below shows the general process flow of a security clearance (SC) application. Additional steps in the review and decision process can happen for complex files.
The organizational security plan (OSP) captures the risk mitigation measures that are in place to prevent, identify and respond to potential incidents that could result in the diversion of cannabis to or from the illicit market.
Key investor reporting supports Health Canada's ability to protect the integrity of the strict legal framework for the cannabis industry, and helps to minimize the risk of cannabis being diverted to an illicit market. It also helps reduce opportunities for organized crime to infiltrate the legal industry through financial investments.
For the purpose of your security clearance application, a Canadian police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), or private fingerprinting agencies accredited by the RCMP can submit, on your behalf, your fingerprints electronically to the RCMP for the purpose of a criminal record check.
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