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R12_CV

Lantern Swinger
If you fail to declare it and it was recent, you probably won't be cleared. If you declare it as recent past history, consultation between HQ and the CO would decide your fate.

You need to declare anything as it will be found; being an Enhanced check.
 

R12_CV

Lantern Swinger
EG to above;

A while ago a cadet successfully passed his RT and entered HMForces. During this application stage he also applied to become staff in the SCC (min age 18 ) and despite having his plate-full with his recruit course, it actually worked out nicely as during the first year he had no attendance committment to the unit.
What he failed to tell the SCC CO about during his application was his arrest for a minor motoring offence and air rifle offence whilst in his early teens. This was revealed by the CRB to the SCC CO. Following discussion with lad it turned out that he hadn't told the AFCO either.

Herein lies the devil. Were AFCO aware of this through their checks? Is the SCC CO obliged to inform the AFCO of her findings as she actually submitted the SCC Recommendation Form prior to his CRB return? His career could ultimately have been screwed.

Incidentally, the guy never did complete his RMRC and is now a senior member of our unit staff.
 

Blackrat

War Hero
Moderator
Book Reviewer
Will a DD conviction fail you a CRB to become an AI?

As R12 has posted, make sure you declare it from the outset. If it's quite old, it shouldn't really be a barrier. Convictions are not a barrier to becoming an AI, it all depends on what they are for of course. A conviction for masturbating furiously outside a school is a no-no, for obvious reasons. The decision will ultimately rest with your Colonel (or whatever you lot call them).
 

Rumrat

War Hero
As R12 has posted, make sure you declare it from the outset. If it's quite old, it shouldn't really be a barrier. Convictions are not a barrier to becoming an AI, it all depends on what they are for of course. A conviction for masturbating furiously outside a school is a no-no, for obvious reasons. The decision will ultimately rest with your Colonel (or whatever you lot call them).

Now I see why I got sacked from the crossing patrol, I thought it was because I asked the girls if they wanted to suck my lollipop.
Never gave the muscle massage a thought.
 
Turns out the old DD conviction didn't matter. OIC just said if you haven't touched or beaten any kids I couldn't care less if you robbed a bank...... which was handy for when the CRB comes in ;p
 
Apologies if this has already been covered.

I have applied to be an AI with my local unit, I have been upfront about a previous simple caution l received in 2015, l also got a fine in 2019 for my daughter failing to attend school. Both these are now spent and have shown up on my enhanced DBS as expected.

To that end, l have had to send my certificate for scrutiny to HQ along with the background.

Should l be concerned?
 

Pandaplodder

Badgeman
Apologies if this has already been covered.

I have applied to be an AI with my local unit, I have been upfront about a previous simple caution l received in 2015, l also got a fine in 2019 for my daughter failing to attend school. Both these are now spent and have shown up on my enhanced DBS as expected.

To that end, l have had to send my certificate for scrutiny to HQ along with the background.

Should l be concerned?

You shouldn't be sending your certificate anywhere! Nobody is entitled to have possession of your DBS other than you. If the SCC want to see it then they should appoint an appropriate person who will give you an adverse DBS interview, where you can show them your certificate, explain the circumstances, they can then make a copy but it is only on the understanding that it is sent to Safeguarding for a look-see then destroyed. THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO KEEP A COPY NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON to do so is a criminal offence. In the main, they will be looking for any activity such as offences involving child sex offences, child neglect. Other main offences that will probably cause a rejection include ABH, GBH, Death by dangerous driving, Manslaughter, Murder, Drug Dealing, Robbery with a Firearm/weapon. Minor offences do not have to be declared after six years. You can check the DBS requirements here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-filtering-guidance/dbs-filtering-guide
 
You shouldn't be sending your certificate anywhere! Nobody is entitled to have possession of your DBS other than you. If the SCC want to see it then they should appoint an appropriate person who will give you an adverse DBS interview, where you can show them your certificate, explain the circumstances, they can then make a copy but it is only on the understanding that it is sent to Safeguarding for a look-see then destroyed. THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO KEEP A COPY NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON to do so is a criminal offence. In the main, they will be looking for any activity such as offences involving child sex offences, child neglect. Other main offences that will probably cause a rejection include ABH, GBH, Death by dangerous driving, Manslaughter, Murder, Drug Dealing, Robbery with a Firearm/weapon. Minor offences do not have to be declared after six years. You can check the DBS requirements here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-filtering-guidance/dbs-filtering-guide
Looks like they can request it View attachment e8006f2c-dba1-41d2-a594-6894fa85aede.pdf

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Pandaplodder

Badgeman
Looks like they can request it View attachment 54018

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Yes, the SSC is entitled to see, but they are not allowed to make copies or store it (
it is illegal to do so!), as above they want to know about any offences against children and whether any other offences are recent and there is an offending habit. They won't be interested in offences that are over 6 years (deemed historical) unless they fall into the offences against children category.
 
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