New Years Success for Health Care Professional Cautioned for Assault

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New Years Success for Health Care Professional Cautioned for Assault

We have again had a police caution removed for a client (a health care professional).

Police Caution Removed – Health Care Professional

The client had been accused of assaulting a police officer. On review of the case it immediately appeared to us that the police had unfairly and improperly issued a caution.

Police Powers and Improperly Administered Police Caution

We prepared our client’s case thoroughly and promptly and within a short period of time the police agreed to not only remove the client’s police caution but delete all record of the arrest, DNA and fingerprints from their systems.

Can I get a Police Caution Removed from my Police Record ?

If is not uncommon for the police to fail to follow the correct procedure when issuing a police caution. If you feel this may have happened to you then please get in touch to speak to an expert caution removal solicitor.

Police Caution Removal Solicitors

We have had many police cautions removed for previous clients. We can also appeal DBS certificate disclosures and apply to delete arrest records and DNA and fingerprints.

Please get in touch today to discuss your police caution removal case.



About the Author:

I am a qualified solicitor and I have extensive experience of applying for the removal of police cautions from the PNC, challenging DBS certificates and DBS barring decisions. I have had numerous successful cases, and for cases where judicial review proceedings have been issued, I am usually able to recoup my clients’ costs from the police. I have co-authored a journal paper on the reform of the police cautioning procedure in the Criminal Law Review (the leading criminal law journal : “Suggestions for Reform to the Simple Cautioning procedure”). I also write the UK Westlaw Insight on Police Cautions and published an article in the Criminal Law and Justice Weekly on anonymity in criminal proceedings and its impact on the police caution: Adult Defendant Anonymity in Criminal Proceedings