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Screening Unit

The DHS Screening Unit continues to operate during the COVID-19 response.

Screening Unit

Submit your own application for a check

Individuals can apply for their own check.

Before you start

Once you begin your application you will receive an email from Account Security.

The email will be called: Setup your account at forms.sa.gov.au.

This email will tell you to change your password. You can then begin your application.

You must complete and submit your application within 28 days or your application will be deleted and you will need to start the application again.

To complete your application you will need

  • information about your full legal name and any names you may have, including previous names, maiden name, names you have legally changed, aliases and informal names (like nicknames)
  • your current address and 10 years' of address history
  • If you are verifying your identity online (100-point check), you will need an Australian driver's licence or permit, plus one of these:
    • Australian birth certificate or extract
    • Australian citizenship certificate
    • Australian passport.

Apply for a check

Troubleshooting

If you have trouble completing your application, please check our Frequently Asked Questions.

If you log out of your application form, you can log back in to your application here.

Complete an application begun by an organisation

Once an organization has started an online application on your behalf, you will receive an email from DHSScreeningUnit@sa.gov.au.

This email will be called: New Screening Application – Please Complete

This email will tell you to change your password. When you have done this, you can start your application.

To complete the application, you'll need to confirm your identity.

Sole-traders, contractors and self-employed people are considered businesses and need to register as an organisation before starting an application.

Login to the portal

Troubleshooting

If you don't receive an email, contact the organisation to check they’ve started your application before you contact the Screening Unit.

If you have trouble completing your application, please check our Frequently Asked Questions.


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