If you have ever been questioned by the police then your details will usually be entered onto a number of systems. If you were arrested then you would have been entered onto the Police National Computer (PNC). Along with being entered on the PNC the police will also retain "local records". These will be
A recordable offence is a criminal offence for which the police are required to keep a record on their systems. Broadly this means crimes for which an individual could be sentenced to a term of imprisonment. Most common types of offence are recordable, namely common assault, assault by beating, theft, possession of drugs, and public
We have successfully had our client's PNC record deleted. Our client had been wrongfully accused of a minor criminal allegation. After making successful representations to the police, the case was dropped. As the client worked in a regulated profession, he was concerned about his PNC arrest record showing up on an enhanced DBS check.