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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But there should be stricter gun control laws with at least a criminal record check on purchasers.
This all sounds very promising, but there is a potential - and very ironic - hitch: the criminal record check recently endorsed by the American Health Care Association and other nursing home industry supporters aimed, quite rightly, at reducing resident abuse.
"It's absurd that you need a basic criminal record check to issue a parking fine, calculate finances or treat animals but not if you're a self-employed tutor working with children."
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.
The Welsh Rugby Union has pledged to make junior rugby safer by ensuring that every adult involved undergoes a criminal record check. More than 18,000 children and young people play regular rugby in Wales at more than 200 community clubs and associations - all relying on volunteers to act as coaches, referees and officials.
We do a criminal record check on all our staff, except the supply staff from agencies, who do their own checks."
Thinking he'd got the job as a security guard on PS8.75 an hour, Azeez Feshitan sent PS50 to cover a supposed criminal record check and PS50 for his uniform.
Caroline and John Clark of Disclosure Services turned their criminal record check expertise from a care home business into a new venture.
Volunteers will be subject to a criminal record check and will get expenses and training.
"We have to follow procedures," Torbay Council told Craig Hodge who, as a youth football team coach, has already had a criminal record check. Can anyone tell me why procedures have to be followed?
If you want to make cricket teas, score, umpire or mow the pitch in future, you will have to undergo a criminal record check.