Criminal Records Disclosure

Criminal Records Disclosure

A document containing impartial and confidential criminal history information held by the police and government departments which can be used by employers (e.g., hospital trusts) to make safer recruitment decisions.

Disclosure information
Details of criminal records, information about a person’s inclusion on children's or adults' lists, or other relevant information held by a local police force or Government Body.

Types of Criminal Records Disclosure

Basic Disclosure
Contains only convictions unspent under The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

Standard Disclosure
Contains all conviction information, spent and unspent, and cautions.

Enhanced Disclosure
Contains all conviction information, spent and unspent, and any other non-conviction information considered to be relevant by the police or other Government bodies.
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One was sacked after a criminal records disclosure and two were jailed, one for child porn and one for child abuse.
According to the criminal records disclosure shown to the ECHO, it appears a childhood friend was arrested and used Mrs Sanderson's maiden name Kearns and date of birth.
Applications to the CRB for criminal records disclosures are administered by ``registered bodies'' but some organisations in Wales have been unable to obtain checks on volunteers and staff because very few registered with the CRB or they charge a high price, Health Minister Jane Hutt said yesterday as she launched the unit.