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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CHECKS: The Liverpool Criminal Records Bureau, above; and Ian Andain, inset, left
"Then, 18 months ago the Criminal Records Bureau, as part of their development strategy, announced they would work towards launching an e-application process called E-Bulk which went live last April.
"So far as he's concerned, at that time he had had the relevant checks, but the need for a Criminal Records Bureau check didn't come into force until a week after he had left employment, and at that time the security industry didn't have to have criminal records bureau checks.
"We have been asked to be particularly vigilant with regard to the Criminal Records Bureau process, ensuring that patient safety is paramount.
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.
It said the mistakes were a result of "mismatches" which arose when the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) was carrying out checks on people applying for jobs working in positions of trust with children or vulnerable adults.
The head of the Criminal Records Bureau apologised today as the Home Office faced a series of damaging revelations about its work.
But the Criminal Records Bureau would be able to run checks in three days because identity will already be proved.
THE Criminal Records Bureau is turning into a complete farce.
She said: "They told him the Criminal Records Bureau checks were not needed.
PAGE 11 200 new jobs EXTRA duties for staff at the Liverpool Criminal Records Bureau headquarters will create 200 jobs.
STAFF at the Criminal Records Bureau started a work to rule today which union officials warned could double the time it takes for prospective teachers, nurses and foster parents to obtain clearance to work with children.