criminal record

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Noun1.criminal record - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convictedcriminal record - a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted; "he ruled that the criminal record of the defendant could not be disclosed to the court"; "the prostitute had a record a mile long"
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
Translations
rikosrekisteri
kartoteka
brottsregister
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99 for the Basic Package, which includes an identity check report, address history, national criminal record check, county criminal record check, sex offender database check, and terrorist check.
As a result millions of employees and volunteers will no longer have to apply for a new criminal record check each time they apply for a job.
75 an hour, Azeez Feshitan sent PS50 to cover a supposed criminal record check and PS50 for his uniform.
That meant he passed a criminal record check by the Security Industry Authority who gave him the licence he needed to startworking as a guard at the B&Q store in Bilston.
One way to reduce the expected onrush might be to insist that each immigrant undergoes a health and criminal record check - a simple procedure which has never been tried before, which is why our prisons are full of foreign criminals.
Mention is also made of the criminal record check relating to overseas nurses.
She said prospective men will be quizzed on their health, career, education, family history and have a criminal record check.
On the other hand, a criminal record check would not have turned up anything of concern about the Commander.
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Every applicant will have to go through a criminal record check, but the CRB is in danger of failing to deliver.
In an award-winning investigation, reporter Annie Brown walked into a job at the Davenport Nursing Home in Glasgow with no qualifications, no criminal record check and no supervision.
a standardized family assessment, a child protection services review and a criminal record check of the applicants and all others in the home;