Here’s what you need before you start to record, as well as the basics of the criminal record check.
If you have an old criminal record, you should check to see if you are eligible for an exemption from the checks.
You can get help finding an exemption by visiting the Corrective Services website.
You will need to have your conviction recorded in the UK and your conviction must be in the local authority’s register of convictions.
You will also need a copy of your police record or conviction history.
You may also need to show the police officer who issued the record to get the details.
If you are over 18, you will need a record of your attendance at an academy.
You should be able to show proof that you have attended the academy or attended at least one class in the past year.
You can find out more about the criminal records check here.
Do I need to get a court order to get information about my record?
Yes, if you have a criminal record that is not currently under the control of the justice system.
However, you may need to complete a form to get your record expunged.
You should also check if you need a criminal records checks when applying for an apprenticeship.
If the offer is not in your region, the local government may require you to complete the forms.
You may need a court to have an expungement order for a record that you hold.
If your record is in the public domain, you can get a search warrant to search the record.
You do not need to prove your innocence before the police can get information.
If someone else has an expunction order, the police may ask them to prove their innocence.
You need to be 18 to apply for an expunge of your record if you were convicted of a crime.
You do not have to be under 18 to do this.
If I’m over 18 and want to apply, can I?
If a person who is over 18 has an order that expunges a record, it will not affect the person’s ability to apply.
However it will affect the record expungements of other people who have the same conviction.
It is up to the justice authorities to decide whether to grant an expunctions or expunctions of a record.
If the person who has the record has been convicted of the offence, they will not be able appeal.
If an expuntation is granted, it can be appealed to the Home Office, who will review the order.
If there is a criminal conviction and you have not been sentenced to imprisonment, you do not automatically lose your record.
You have to prove you are innocent.
You cannot ask for an exception to an expuntsion order if you wish to remain in the record and do not wish to apply to have it expunzed.
If your record was expungulated before you entered the criminal justice system, you cannot apply to stay in the expungsion order.
You are only allowed to apply if you:Have been sentenced for a crime, and