POLICE VERIFICATION REPORT FAQs
What is a Police Verification Report?
A ‘Police Verification Report’ is a report on the character and antecedents of an individual. The report states whether or not the individual has come to any adverse notice due to his general conduct. It is specifically verified whether or not he/she has been involved in any criminal case and if there is any criminal case pending against him/her in the court of law as per district police records. Efforts are also made to get a similar report from his/her place of permanent residence. It is also verified whether the individual is indeed the person whose photograph has been affixed on the PVR application form.
Who needs a PVR?
A PVR is typically sought by private employers for their potential employees before finalizing their appointment. It is also sought by landlords for their potential tenants before letting their premises to them.
Who can issue
The District Superintendent of Police of the district where the individual is residing issues the PVR.
How to apply
for the PVR?
To apply for a Police Verification Report, the applicant is required to fill an application form that is available free of cost at the Security Branch and all District Police Offices in Haryana. The duly filled-in application form has to be submitted alongwith the necessary documents and the application fee.
An all-inclusive fee of Rs.100/- has to be deposited with Incharge Security Branch against proper receipt. A copy of this receipt must be attached with the application form.
The following documents must be attached alongwith the application form: