DBS list of offences that will never be filtered from a criminal record check https://t.co/vKgbeDKUSG(Embedded Tweet - click date - archived, if needed).
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List ... https://t.co/vKgbeDKUSG (.xlsx)
Going to be a minefield ...
"What is the new filtering legislation about?
Previously, all convictions, cautions, final warnings and reprimands on the Police National Computer were disclosed on Standard and Enhanced DBS (formerly ‘CRB’) certificates until a person reached 100 years of age.
On the 29th May 2013, an amendment to The Police Act 1997 was implemented that allows certain minor offences to be removed or ‘filtered’ from the certificates. Offences that are eligible to be filtered no longer need to be disclosed for jobs that are eligible for Standard or Enhanced DBS checks.
Please note that the legislation applies to England and Wales only."
Page history: Updated 13 December 2013, see all updates
DBS filtering guide Organisation: Disclosure and Barring Service
Information added about external guidance available from Nacro and Unlock. 13 December 2013 10:46am
Added more information about convictions with multiple offences. 13 September 2013 11:01am
Updated to version 1.4 - added a link to Unlock guidance1 2 August 2013 3:37pm
Uploaded new version 1.3 with further advice on filtering. 30 July 2013 2:20pm
Updated version of the document.1 2 June 2013 12:24pm
Updated the document 29 May 2013 8:41am
First published. 28 May 2013 3:34pm
Policy: Helping employers make safer recruiting decisions
Collections: DBS filtering guidance and DBS checking service guidance