From January 2018, the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) will be taking over the processing of Basic checks for England and Wales from Disclosure Scotland. Paper forms for basic applications will no longer be accepted by the DBS from January 2018. All applications will need to be applied for via the online system. If an original printed...Read more
What is a Volunteer?A person engaged in an activity which involves spending time, unpaid (except for travel and other approved out-of-pocket expenses), doing something which aims to benefit some third party other than, or in addition to, a close relative.’
To qualify for a volunteer check, the applicant must not:
- benefit financially from the position for which the application...
Here at Criminal Records Services Ltd throughout all of 2016 we will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary of providing specialist support to the CRB/DBS Industry. We have processed over 100,000 Criminal Records Checks for over 3500 companies during our 10 years in business. We have been ISO 9001 Accredited since 2007 and ISO 27001 Accredited since 2009 Since 2014...Read more
It is important to know the difference between spent and unspent convictions in order to give the correct information if you are ever asked by an employer in case of a DBS/CRB check being carried out.Read more
What is the difference between spent and unspent?The difference between a spent and unspent conviction...