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6 02, 2019

What Shows up on an Enhanced DBS check?

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What shows up on an enhanced DBS check is subject to detailed procedural rules. There are certain categories of police disposals and convictions that will automatically be disclosed, for details of these categories please see here. (NB: these rules are currently being reviewed subsequent to a 2019 Supreme Court ruling). Along with disclosing information according

16 04, 2018

Caution Removed For Finance Professional

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We have again had a caution removed for a client. The client was a professional working in finance. The caution was causing the client issues with respect to travel abroad and also with respect to employment background checks. After reviewing the evidence, we were able to identify a number of defects with the case,

16 03, 2018

DBS Barring Appeal Success

By |March 16th, 2018|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

We have again successfully challenged a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) barring decision. The client had been placed on the children's barred list, however he had always felt the decision had been unfair. The client had been investigated in relation to a sexual allegation, but the case had concluded without charge. Despite the allegation being

9 03, 2018

Racially Aggravated Public Order Police Caution Deleted

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We have again had a police caution deleted for a client. The client's PNC record has now been entirely deleted. The client had been issued a caution for a racially aggravated public order offence. Although the caution had been issued a long time ago, we were able to piece the evidence together to show that

1 03, 2018

Historic Police Caution Deleted for Client

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Our client had been issued with a police caution over 10 years ago and had himself unsuccessfully applied on two occasions to have his police caution deleted. The police force concerned had rejected his applications for deletion, stating to him that they believed they had issued the caution in a lawful manner and that they

10 02, 2018

Firearms Caution Deleted for Client

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Our client had been issued a police caution for possession of a firearm with intent. The allegation was over 15 years old, but was still having a significant impact on the client’s professional career. Police Caution Expungement Solicitors The police were initially resistant to deleting the client’s caution, however we were able

2 12, 2017

Sexual Offence Police Caution Deleted

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We have again had a caution expunged for a client. The caution had been issued a number of years previously, in relation to a sexual offence. We were able to identify aspects in the evidence which enabled us to challenge the basis of the caution, even though the caution had been issued over

22 11, 2017

Drugs Police Caution Expunged

By |November 22nd, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

We have successfully applied for the removal of our client's police caution. The client had been found in possession of a class A drug, and had admitted in interview, with the duty solicitor advising, that the drugs were his. The client works in a highly trusted profession, and the caution was having a devastating

8 11, 2017

DBS Barring List Success

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We have successfully applied to have our client removed from the Disclosure and Barings Services’ (DBS) Barred lists. The client had been placed on the barred list under the former Department of Education and Skills (DfES) list 99 procedure. The client had never been convicted of any criminal offence, but was simply the subject

1 11, 2017

Arrest Record Deleted

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We have successfully applied for the deletion of our client’s Police National Computer (PNC) arrest record. The client had been wrongfully accused of a criminal allegation, and had been arrested, detained, fingerprinted, DNA swabbed and held overnight. We made representations to the police for the deletion of the client’s record. After initially resisting deletion,

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