Maltese citizens, residing in Malta, can obtain a Conduct Certificate by calling personally at the Criminal Records Office at the Police General Headquarters in Floriana. A person wishing to obtain the certificate should present either an identity card, a valid driving licence or a valid passport.
The Criminal Records Office can be reached via telephone on numbers : 22942261 or 22942262 or via fax on number 22942678 or email address email@example.com.
Maltese citizens, living abroad but have relatives residing in Malta can apply for a conduct certificate by sending a formal signed request, stating the reason why they are applying for such certificate, to the Criminal Records Office, with one of their Maltese relatives, by hand. The applicant should also include, foreign and Maltese addresses (if applicable), date and place of birth, father’s name, mother’s name and maiden surname and a copy of a valid passport page including the personal details and photo. An authorization letter has to be presented so that the Maltese relative can collect the certificate on behalf of the applicant.
Maltese citizens that live abroad and do not have relatives residing in Malta have to send a formal signed request, stating the reason why they are applying for such certificate. The applicant should also include, foreign and Maltese addresses (if applicable), date and place of birth, father’s name, mother’s name and maiden surname and a copy of a valid passport page including the personal details and photo.
This has to be sent to Ms. Loredana Sammut Belli, who is in charge of the Secretariat Office, via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax on 00356 21 252 879.
Alternatively one may contact the Secretariat Office on telephone number 00356 2294 2342 or 00356 2294 2343.
The certificate is issued against a fee of €2.80 excluding postage (where applicable).
Monday to Thursday : 07.30 hrs - 12.00hrs u 12.30hrs - 15.30hrs
Friday : 07.20 hrs - 12.00hrs u 12.30hrs - 15.15hr
Saturday : 07.30hrs - 12:30hrs