Our client had been issued with Penalty Notice for Disorder (PND) in relation to a shoplifting allegation.

The client had been accused of shoplifting and had been detained by security staff.

When the police arrived, they promptly offered the client a Penalty Notice for Disorder; as the client was fearful of being prosecuted, he accepted the PND.

The client left the PND on his police record for a number of years, believing it would not cause any issues, however as he worked in regulated role, he was required to provide an enhanced DBS check. The PND unfortunately showed up on the enhanced check.

Penalty Notice for Disorder Deletion (PND)

After obtaining the records from the police, we submitted an application for the deletion of the Penalty Notice.

After a relatively brief period of time the police agreed to delete the PND. The Penalty Notice for Disorder has now been entirely removed from the client’s Police National Computer (PNC) Record.  The client’s DNA and fingerprints were also deleted.

Police Records Deletion and DBS Appeal Solicitors

If you have any police records that you would like to have deleted, we will be able to help.

We have experience of successfully applying for the deletion of police cautionsPNC arrest recordslocal/PND records, Penalty Notices for Disorder (PNDs), and youth disposals.

We also have significant experience of appealing unfairly disclosed information on enhanced DBS certificates, and also challenging DBS barring applications.

We provide a fixed fee initial consultation service. We will be able to provide you a clear and detailed advice on your prospects of success.

If we believe you do not have a case for police caution removal, we will tell you so that you do not waste your time and resources.

Equally if you have a case, we will usually be able to act under a fixed fee arrangement.

Please get in touch to arrange an initial consultation.