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Rehabilitation of offenders Act 1974 and Declaration.

PLEASE NOTE that due to nature of this role such employment is exempt from the provisions of Sections 4 (2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exemption) Act 1975. Therefore, applicants are not entitled to withhold information relating to convictions, reprimands, cautions or warnings which for other purposes are ‘spent’ under the provisions of the Act. Any failure to disclose such convictions and of course, any other convictions, could, if the applicant is given employment, result in dismissal or disciplinary action.

 Further information about the disclosure scheme can be found at

Only relevant information will be taken into account so disclosure will not necessarily bar employment with Drop In and all information will be kept strictly confidential.

I agree, if I am selected for this appointment, to checks being made with the Criminal Records Bureau for any record of convictions or cautions against me.  I am aware that such information as appropriate for Standard/Enhanced Disclosures will be made available.

Criminal Records Bureau

The Criminal Records Bureau, an executive agency of the Home Office, helps employers check records which were previously held by the police, the Department of Health and the Department of Education and Employment.

Different levels of disclosure can be provided, according to the type of work applied for.

This role will require an ENHANCED DISCLOSURE, these are for positions with greater contact with children or vulnerable adults, like social workers and doctors, for example which require an extra level of checking.