Criminal record checks

Criminal record checks

We offer one of the fastest and simplest CRB services available. All our checks undertaken online simplifying the submission process and providing timely results via email. Available as part of our full screening programme or to individuals as a stand alone service the process could not be simpler.

No complicated forms, No more identification worries, No need to submit original supporting documents, No more trips to the Post Office to validate documents – Just one simple form – our entire service is conducted online. There are no maximum or minimum number of checks required and no registration fees. There are currently three levels of checks available. One of our team will happily advise on what suits your requirements.

Basic Disclosure
Available through Disclosure Scotland but covering the entire UK, it allows employers to confirm if a prospective employee has any current convictions. A Basic Disclosure is an official document that supports their answer.

The Basic Disclosure document contains details of unspent convictions according to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 which are held on central police records or will state if there are no such convictions.

Standard Disclosure
Our fastest turnaround is available on these checks via the e-bulk service where we normally have results within 24 hrs. Call for full details as this level is only available for certain occupations and for entry into professions as specified in the Exceptions Order to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974. Standard Disclosures show current and spent convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings held on the Police National Computer.

Enhanced Disclosure
This is the highest level of check only available to anyone involved in regularly caring for, training, supervising or being in sole charge of children or vulnerable adults. It is also available in certain licensing purposes and judicial appointments. Enhanced Disclosures contain the same information as the Standard Disclosure but with the addition of any relevant and proportionate information held by the local police forces.