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Disclosure of Criminal Convictions


You are required to disclose all criminal convictions, cautions, warning or reprimands, including any which may be ‘spent’ under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 and 1986 and therefore even ‘spent’ convictions must be disclosed.
Any information you provide will be strictly confidential and will be considered only in relation to the particular application that you have made.
Disclosure of a conviction or caution does not necessarily mean that you will not be appointed or approved; a person’s suitability will be considered when all of the information is available; our main consideration will be whether the offence is one which would make a person unsuitable to work in a capacity that provides the opportunity for access to vulnerable adults and children.


A conviction includes:

A sentence of imprisonment, youth custody or borstal training;

An absolute discharge, probation order, conditional discharge, bind-over order, fit person order, supervision order or care order;

Any form of dismissal from the Armed Forces;

Detention by direction of the Home Secretary;

Detention centre, remand home, approved school or attendance centre orders;

A suspended sentence;

A fine or any sentence not mentioned above.