Our popular ‘criminal record disclosure’ training workshops continue with the next one taking place on  24th April 2019 We will be running courses on the following dates. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.   Advising with Conviction – Full-day Training Workshop Wednesday 24th April 2019 London| 9.30am – 4.45pm | From £119 per person

We’ve just published our update for February 2019.             This months update includes: Some new guidance for individuals on the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and data protection. An update to our important links and organisations section to include details of organisations providing immigration advice. A personal story highlighting an

We’re really pleased to be able to share a new short video that explains a little bit about Unlock, the work that we do and why it is so important in helping the millions of people in this country who have a criminal record. You can watch the video below (or it’s available on YouTube and

Christopher Stacey speaks to Radio 5 Live about the proposed new guidance from the Dept of Transport which suggests that all taxi drivers should undergo an enhanced criminal record check before being considered for a licence. You can listen to the program here.  

Update – The request for participants is now closed. See the message below from Nicola, the researcher: “Thank you to everyone who has been in contact with me with their generous offer to take part in my PhD research. I have been overwhelmed with responses and now have enough participants that fit the criteria, so

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  There has been a significant amount of press and media attention on the judgment of the Supreme Court which ruled that the criminal records disclosure scheme as it applies to multiple convictions and childhood warnings/reprimands was found to be disproportionate. Our co-director, Christopher Stacey, gave interviews on the day of the judgment which were featured

We’ve just published our update for January 2019.             This months update includes: An advice post on travelling to the EU post-Brexit. A personal story highlighting an individuals experience of applying for a nursing course at university. A link to a discussion on theForum on opening a business bank account

Unlock, the leading charity for people with convictions, has today responded to the judgment of the Supreme Court on the criminal records disclosure regime. The charity provided an intervention to the court to highlight the unjust consequences of the current regime and the alternative, fairer systems available. Commenting on the judgment, Christopher Stacey, co-director of

Elli has been actively involved in our work to push for changes to the DBS filtering rules and she featured in a BBC Newsnight piece that aired the night before the Supreme Court hearing started in June 2018 (watch again). Here, she responds to the news about the judgment in that case… I’m pleased with

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On Wednesday 30th January at 9.45am, the Supreme Court will hand down its judgement in the case of R (on the application of P, G and W) and R (on the application of P) v Secretary of State for the Home Department and others. The criminal records disclosure scheme has twice been ruled unlawful –

              We are extremely delighted to announce that Bob Turney, one of Unlock’s co-founders, has joined us as a patron.   Bob had served twenty years in various prisons then gone on to gain a degree in Forensic Social Work. By 1997, he was enjoying a career as a Probation

Our popular ‘criminal record disclosure’ training workshops continue with the next one taking place on  24th April 2019 We will be running courses on the following dates. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.   Advising with Conviction – Full-day Training Workshop Wednesday 24th April 2019 London| 9.30am – 4.45pm | From £119 per person

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