CORI reports show a person's entire adult criminal history. The CORI report doesn't contain details of an arrest, but will report whether a charge was dismissed, continued without a finding, found guilty, etc.
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Your case is open until it is actually dismissed at the end of your probation period. Therefore, your CORI (criminal record) will reflect an active and pending case with no disposition. The circumstances of your case will not appear, but the charge will.
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What is a police learance report. Never herd of it.
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Is the camp looking for verification that this shoplifting charge is resolved? If so, the police will not be able to verify that because it is still open. The camp will likely request a copy of your CORI. The CORI will show the case as 'open' because you have not completed probation. However, it should show the date probation is due to terminate (and, hence, the charge dismissed), and whether you were found Guilty or received a Continuation Without a Finding (CWOF) or Pretrial Probation. Good luck.
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