Criminal Records Bureau


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Criminal Records Bureau

An Executive Agency of the Home Office (UK) which vets applications from people who intend to work with children or vulnerable people.
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A Criminal Records Bureau spokesperson said: "Our first priority is to help protect children and vulnerable adults, and we will always err on the side of caution to help ensure the safety of these groups.
CHECKS: The Liverpool Criminal Records Bureau, above; and Ian Andain, inset, left
Volunteers must be over 18 and would have to undergo an occupational health check and Criminal Records Bureau check.
We take particular care when recruiting people who will work with children and carry out checks, such as Criminal Records Bureau checks, for these jobs.
Before March 2006, security firms were not required to complete a Criminal Records Bureau check on workers.
Kerry, 23, of Kings Norton, Birmingham, was wrongly branded a violent mugger by the Criminal Records Bureau because she had been mixed up with another woman of the same name and similar date of birth.
The club says it was told by Stockton Council its Santas must be checked by the Criminal Records Bureau.
The WRU has now said it will encourage everyone who has direct access or responsibility for children to have a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check, as part of a drive on child protection.
Nearly 1,500 innocent people have been wrongly labelled as criminals because of errors by the Home Office's Criminal Records Bureau.
She said: "They told him the Criminal Records Bureau checks were not needed.
The college said NHS staff who have already received an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check for one trust should be able to work across the service.
As a result, the Criminal Records Bureau has prevented more than 80,000 job offers being made to those considered unsuitable to work with children or vulnerable adults.