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Please note that CRS checks does not provide Police Certificates in Luxembourg.
Individuals residing in Luxembourg may obtain a Police Certificate/Certificate of Good Conduct, and a Bulletin No. 3, by applying in person at the Service Du Casier Judiciare. The Certificate of Good Conduct and the Bulletin No. 3 are separate documents, and it is highly advised to obtain both unless instructed otherwise. The process for obtaining a Certificate of Good Conduct and Bulletin No. 3 is quite strenuous, however. First, applicants must complete an application form which must be certified by the local Bourgmestre or Echevin Delegue (an authorized officer/delegate). Then, the applicant must take the certified application to their local police station and obtain the Certificate of Good Conduct (Certificat de Bonnes Conduite, vie et Moeurs). Once the certificate has been obtained, the applicant must apply either in person, or by mail, to the Service Du Casier Judiciare. When applying with the Service Du Casier Judiciare, the applicant must have a written request and provide proof of identity. These documents can also be mailed in.
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Non-residents that need a Police Clearance Certificate can apply for it at their nearest Luxembourg Embassy or Consulate.
The Commission Nationale pour la Protection des Donnees (CNPD) is the authority that oversees and enforces data protection in Luxembourg. Luxembourg follows the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC that was put in place by the European Union. Luxembourg has implemented the provisions of the data protection directive through the Protection of Persons with regard to the Processing of Personal Data Law of 2 August 2002, and their amendments. A notable addition is the Law dated 30 May 2005 which outlines specific provisions for personal data protection in the area of electronic communications. These laws protect the way that personal data is collected and handled. It states that individuals should provide consent prior to the collection of data, unless the law suggests otherwise.
- Data can only be collected if it is done so for relevant reasons and not in excess;
Data Protection restrictions are in place for countries within the European Union (EU). They do not allow for the transfer of data to countries outside of the European Union. Due to this restriction, the Safe Harbor was created. When a company becomes Safe Harbor certified, they agree and certify that they will meet the privacy and data protection requirements set forth by the Safe Harbor Directive. CRS checks is Safe Harbor certified, which allows us to obtain information from the EU.
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