We’ve just published our update for June 2017.             This months update includes: Some new information setting out how to apply to a court to end a court order Updated information on applying to university in particular, advice on appealing a university’s decision if you’ve been refused a place as

We’ve just published our update for May 2017.             This months update includes: Some new information setting out details of the non-police organisations that have access to the Police National Computer An advice post which highlights the impact that an unspent conviction will have on any compensation claim made under

Between April 2016 and March 2017 our disclosure calculator was used by over 50,000 people who were looking to find out if and when their caution/conviction would become spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Although we’re delighted to see so many people using the tool, it makes it even more important that we’re constantly

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We’ve just published our update for April 2017.             This months update includes: Some new information providing an overview of the Disclosure and Barring Service An advice post which sets out the criteria a delivery driver role would have to meet to make it eligible for an enhanced DBS check

We were recently contacted by an individual who was considering applying for a job as a manager in a charity bookshop but had been concerned about the level of criminal record check that the company had requested. They stated that:   xxxx takes its obligation to protect the rights of children and vulnerable people very

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We were recently contacted by an individual who had taken out a home insurance policy and was concerned that he had not fully disclosed his convictions. His confusion had arisen due to a declaration form that he had been sent with his policy documents. This stated:   You have confirmed that you, or any person

Looking back over the last couple of months, we’ve written up a few examples of the people we’ve helped. We hope they give a good idea of how we help people. However, more importantly than our role, we think that these examples show how people with convictions are able to overcome some of the barriers

Tom contacted our helpline for some advice on a problem he was having in completing a teaching qualification at university. Tom explained that he had just started a teacher training course when his partner had been arrested for being in possession of indecent images. Tom told the university about the situation with his partner and

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Pheobe contacted our helpline as she wanted clarification that her conviction was spent and did not need to be disclosed when applying to become a member of the Board of Governors at her child’s school. We explained to Pheobe that generally school governor roles were exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders 1974 and would usually

Jennifer contacted our helpline when she was applying for a job as the Chief Executive Officer of a large, well-known organisation. She explained that the wording on the application form was a little unclear as it asked: Do you have any cautions or convictions? Jennifer was also unsure whether her conviction was spent and wanted

Terence contacted our helpline when he needed some advice on behalf of himself and his partner. Following his conviction, Terence had been placed on the sex offenders register. As part of his notification requirements, he was required to notify the public protection officer at his local police station of any new relationships. Shortly after being

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William contacted us for some advice after the company that he’d applied to work for had revoked his job offer upon receipt of his standard Disclosure and Barring Service check. William told us that the job he’d applied for involved selling IT equipment to financial institutions. He had been told that it was not a

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