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’re always looking for ways of improving our online support and today we’re pleased to report on some positive changes that we’ve made to our Disclosure Calculator recently. As a result, we’ve already seen a 260% increase in the number of people using the tool. Christopher Stacey, Co-Director at Unlock, commented: “In the last 3 years, over

Earlier this week, there was a film launched by Staffordshire and West Midlands CRC about disclosing convictions to employers. We helped them out with some of the content, and they mentioned Unlock and our Disclosure Calculator, which is good to see. You should be able to watch the film below, and there’s more details about

From thief to fighter for reform

Sunday, 11 December 2011 by

Our Christopher Stacey features in the Metro, talking about our efforts to push through changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, and our recent launch of the Disclosure Calculator. Read the article online here.

The Observer picked up on our launch of the Disclosure Calculator and featured this as an article, looking at how it will help people when applying for insurance. You can read the article below.

Calculator to help ex-offenders

Tuesday, 11 October 2011 by

As part of the launch of our Disclosure Calculator, we sent out a newswire which was picked up by Media Trust. The article is available here.

Launch of the Disclosure Calculator

Saturday, 01 October 2011 by

This October we took to the House of Lords, armed with one Minister and two Lords, to launch the Unlock Criminal Record Disclosure Calculator. It’s a new online tool to help people determine when their conviction will be ‘spent’. The Rt Hon Lord McNally – Minister of State for the Ministry of Justice; Lord Navnit

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