Criminal Records Bureau


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Criminal Records Bureau

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in England and Wales) a service offering employers and voluntary organizations access to police, health, and education records
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But Arthur Terry bosses said he had passed all safety checks - including a Criminal Records Bureau scan - before he started work.
But the Government said records would be kept for life on those who had committed a violent or sexual offence by the Disclosure and Barring Service which replaces the Criminal Records Bureau.
The figures were obtained from the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB), which recently merged with the Independent Safeguarding Authority to form the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
MORE than 100 workers at the Criminal Records Bureau in Liverpool voted for strike action after rejecting a pay deal from employer Capita.
Front-line ambulance staff have to undergo Criminal Records Bureau checks but managers and other admin staff do not.
The offices of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB), at Princes Dock, will survive a merger and controversial slimming-down of the vetting system for people working with youngsters.
The pupils, who attend Ystrad Mynach College in Hengoed, have been left stranded after Merthyr Tydfil council demanded each of them has a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check.
For Merthyr Tydfil Council to inform students of such amajor change at the start of term is simply unacceptable, as is their demand for these teenage students to undergo Criminal Records Bureau checks before being allowed on the college bus," he said.
The firm, which administers the Criminal Records Bureau and the collection of the licence fee for the BBC, said: "The market for outsourcing has become more active following a quiet 2009 and 2010.
Three councils have admitted letting new teachers start working with children in the September term despite the fact they were not then fully vetted by the Criminal Records Bureau.
All new volunteer drivers need to have at least three years' driving experience and undergo a Criminal Records Bureau check.
Large numbers of NHS staff have not had a Criminal Records Bureau check, with many believing that patient confidentiality overrules child protection.