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Criminal records - Belgium

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Criminal Central Criminal Register

Boulevard de Waterloo 115
1000 Brussels

Telephone: + 32 (0) 2 552 27 44 Fax:
+ 32 (0) 2 552 27 82

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Extract from the criminal records:

Ask your commune for the extract

  • If you live or stay in Belgium.
  • You want to use the extract in Belgium or abroad.
  • For details on the application, please consult the website of your municipality.

Request the extract from the Central Criminal Records Office

  • Persons without (or above) their domicile or residence in Belgium
  • Judicial authorities, having regard to the CJPC application
  • Administrative bodies authorised (Articles 593 and 594 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, Royal Decree of 19 July 2001 on access by certain public authorities to the Central Criminal Records Office)
  • Legal persons (companies, ASBL, etc.): a person entitled to represent the legal person may request the extract
  • Diplomats

How to apply?

By post or e-mail

SPF Justice Porte
judiciaire central boulevard
de Waterloo 115 1000 Brussels

In the request, indicate:

  • your first name and surname;
  • your address;
  • date and place of birth;
  • your signature;
  • the reason for your request.

Attach also a copy of your ID card or passport

Go personally to the office of the Central Criminal Records Service

Central criminal register
boulevard de Waterloo 80 1000 Brussels
(from 9
: 00 to 11: 30 and from 14: 00 to 15: 30)

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Last update: 23/08/2019