Should I sign a peace bond in my criminal case?
Question & AnswerShould I sign a peace bond in my criminal case?
4. Follow your peace bond
A copy of the is given to the national RCMP Headquarters. A record of the order is added to the national Canadian Police Information Computer (CPIC) database.
The police can access this information during investigations. For example, they can find out about the peace bond if they do a police record check.
In most cases, you must follow your peace bond for 1 year.
If you don’t follow the conditions of your peace bond, you can be charged with or . These are both criminal offences. If you’re found guilty, you will likely have a criminal record. You may also have to pay any money you promised the court as a security.