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About Disclosure and Barring Services Checks (DBS Checks)

Discovering possible police offences ahead of potential employees are hired and represent your organization is important in protecting your firms name and reputation.

DBS Checks 4 U can provide transparency, understanding and also get rid of doubt associated with potential employees through undertaking Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks, supplying invaluable, thorough criminal record that will help you make a decision on the actual applicant’s suitability for virtually any presented position.

This kind of capacity is critical in your achievements along with your whole corporation. Your personnel are generally trained along with continuously prepared from the latest legal guidelines effecting occupation along with capable of guidance our consumers about crucial employing decisions for them to rely on his or her personnel.

 

Do I Need a DBS / CRB Disclosure Check?

A DBS Disclosure is required for a range of job sectors, if you answer yes to any of the below questions and you are NOT self-employed then you will require a disclosure.

  • Applying to be adoptive / foster parents,
  • Somebody whose duties involve interacting with children under the age of 18 years of age,
  • Somebody living at the premises where child-minding or day-care services are provided,
  • Somebody working with vulnerable adults*,
  • Somebody caring for vulnerable adults*
  • Somebody working in the security industry
  • Somebody working in the health industry
  • A legal professional,
  • Somebody working in the criminal profession i.e. police officer
  • Somebody working in the gaming / gambling sector

* A vulnerable adult is a person 18 years or older who has a learning disability, physical disability or some form of mental or physical illness.

 

What Level of DBS Check Do I Need?

There are many pages dedicated to this however there is no simple answer, to find out exactly which level of check you require, whether it is standard or enhanced please contact us using our enquiry form

The below information is here to act as a guide only.

 

Standard DBS Disclosure

Required For : Legal, Accountancy.
Contains : Convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings.
Information held in England and Wales, most relevant convictions in Scotland and Northern Ireland may also be included

 

Enhanced DBS Disclosure

Required For : Frequent contact with children / vulnerable adults, Teacher, Scout / Guide Leader, Carer, Gaming / Gambling Industry
Contains : Convictions, cautions, reprimands, warnings, Childrens & Vulnerable Adults Barred lists check, Local police force information.
Information held in England and Wales, most relevant convictions in Scotland and Northern Ireland may also be included

 

What if I Haven’t Received My Certificate?

If you haven’t received your certificate once it has been dispatched then you will need to call us on 01323 729 922 and we will discuss the next step.

Please note an administration fee of £4.99 + VAT may be charged and a subject access report may be required to be completed, in the event of a missing certificate.

 

DBS Checks / CRB Checks for Self Employed and Individuals

Due to current legislation self employed / individuals are not permitted to apply for a DBS Check on themselves. Below are some of the options available to the self employed and individuals looking to obtain a DBS / CRB Check

  • Agency: A self-employed person can apply for a DBS / CRB Check by registering with an agency, the agency would then apply for the disclosure instead of the individual.
  • Basic Check: Individuals can obtain a basic check from the DBS Scotland website www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/apply/individuals/
  • Subject Access: Individuals are able to request a “e; subject access “e; request to their local police force which will provide details of any criminal records, this information is available under the Data Protect Act of 1998.
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