Criminal offences that would generally make an applicant unsuitable for accreditation as a traffic controller includes:
- Offences of a violence nature (such as serious assault, rape, attempted homicide), manslaughter, burglary, and major drug offences
- where convictions were recorded in a Magistrate’s Court in the past 5 years, or
- where convictions were recorded in a District Court or higher court in the past 10 years
- Offences such as fraud, assault, drug possession, theft, break and enter
- where convictions were recorded in a Magistrate’s Court or higher court within the past three years
Any offences that can be considered by WARP in making a decision about the person’s suitability.
WARP will also consider any similar offences (to the above) committed outside Western Australia