Today we’ve published our spring 2019 newsletter. The newsletter provides an update of the news at Unlock in the last three months. It’s sent to everyone who’s on our public mailing list, and we hope it’s a useful way of keeping up to date with what we’ve been up to. Read: Spring 2019 Newsletter  Previous

We’ve just published our update for March 2019. This months update includes: An advice post on applying to come off the Sex Offenders Register if you’re on it indefinitely. An introduction to the Web Chat pilot on our InformationHub site and how to use it. A personal story highlighting some of the positives and negatives

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

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

              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

Today we’ve published our winter 2018/19 newsletter. The newsletter provides an update of the news at Unlock in the last three months. It’s sent to everyone who’s on our public mailing list, and we hope it’s a useful way of keeping up to date with what we’ve been up to. Read: Winter 2018/19 Newsletter  Previous newsletters

We’ve just published our update for December 2018.             This months update includes: New information on wrongful dismissal claims which, in certain circumstances, can be used to claim damages against an employer. New information on travelling to India with a criminal record following the introduction of their e-Visa system. A

With the Christmas break almost upon us and 2018 coming to an end, it’s a good time to reflect on the last 12 months and the developments relating to criminal records. Once again it’s been an incredibly busy year for Unlock, with lots of positive news and progress to report in terms of the charity

The problem of spent convictions appearing online is a real and significant problem for many people. Two individuals with spent convictions brought claims against Google for refusing to de-list search engine results that contained details of their now spent convictions. The cases, the first in the UK on the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’, had

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We’ve just published our update for November 2018.             This months update includes: New information on the Homelessness Reduction Act which came into force earlier this year. A link to the updated list of offences that will never be filtered published by the Disclosure and Barring Service A personal story about

              We are delighted to publish the Unlock Annual Report 2017/2018. We have achieved outstanding success at both service delivery and policy levels, reflecting the hard work and dedication of the Unlock team. The report reflects how we have helped people with convictions by: Providing direct support to individuals

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