If you have been arrested for a recordable offence, then the police will have the right to take a DNA sample and fingerprints. The police can retain your DNA and fingerprints in certain circumstances, but there a number of situations where the police must delete your DNA and fingerprints.
We have again had another police caution and arrest record deleted for one of our clients. The caution was issued in the context of a domestic dispute. The police were called and wrongly arrested the client. The client was taken into custody and placed in a police cell. After taking fingerprints and a DNA
Our client had been accused and arrested for an assault allegation. The client, after spending the night in a police cell, worrying about work the next day, readily accepted the police’s version of events and accepted a police caution. The police told the client the caution was of limited consequence and if he didn’t