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criminal record?!!!

janner said:
Scouse_Castaway said:
Honesty at all points in the application process is gonna be appreciated and will reflect better on you. show remorse also maybe?.

And ignore the mongtard who said dont get caught. bloody throbber

How much time have you spent in the mob Scouse Castaway????

I never said i had, since im still applying, and wasnt offering any sort of professional advice. was merely repeating, in the case of the bold bit, advice that was given to me by my recruiter when i asked bout a spent conviction thing. Was merely trying to be helpful is all

The bit regarding Mattbea....well, lets face it, he's a mong
 

Deaver

Midshipman
Ninja_Stoker said:
A Formal Police Caution for possession, for personal use, of a class B or C drug is considered spent once issued for a civilian, yet to join the Armed Forces. A fine involves a 5 year rehabilitation period if over 18. After joining, it's instant dismissal. Prior to joining it need not be declared on the Rehabilitation of Offenders form (MoD Form 493) but must be declared on the Security Check Questionnaire (MoD Form 1109) [Counter Terrorist Check]. If it's not disclosed on the latter, Security Clearance (SC) will be declined. No SC = No join.

Any offence involving possession with intent to supply (trafficking) is a permanent bar to entry.

A fine is a 5 year wait? People get fined for stupid things these days. Looking at a police man funny, littering, jay-walking.. hell sometimes it feels like Tax is a being poor fine.

So even if said fine was trivial, say 50 quid for littering, would that prevent someone from joining? If so, I know someone who is screwed hahaha!
 
Deaver said:
Ninja_Stoker said:
A Formal Police Caution for possession, for personal use, of a class B or C drug is considered spent once issued for a civilian, yet to join the Armed Forces. A fine involves a 5 year rehabilitation period if over 18. After joining, it's instant dismissal. Prior to joining it need not be declared on the Rehabilitation of Offenders form (MoD Form 493) but must be declared on the Security Check Questionnaire (MoD Form 1109) [Counter Terrorist Check]. If it's not disclosed on the latter, Security Clearance (SC) will be declined. No SC = No join.

Any offence involving possession with intent to supply (trafficking) is a permanent bar to entry.

A fine is a 5 year wait? People get fined for stupid things these days. Looking at a police man funny, littering, jay-walking.. hell sometimes it feels like Tax is a being poor fine.

So even if said fine was trivial, say 50 quid for littering, would that prevent someone from joining? If so, I know someone who is screwed hahaha!

No you don't get fined for stupid things. You get fined for doing crass, irresponsible and uncivilised things, littering being a prime example.
If you get fined it's because you have done something so stupid that you deserve what you get, and probably annoyed the hell out of the officer that caught you, as you went about in your own little self concerned bubble.
 

jones

Midshipman
ok well i'm going to ring my afco today and ask about it, something i'm not looking forward to! i know i must write it down on the ctc form although i am not sure of the exact dates?! rang up data protection today and they said it would take 40 days to get me the date or cost £70 to get it in 2 days!!! bastards. they also said it would never become spent?!!

"not for maybe a 100 years or so because it is to do with drugs" strange and worrying!
 

Deaver

Midshipman
sussex2 said:
Deaver said:
Ninja_Stoker said:
A Formal Police Caution for possession, for personal use, of a class B or C drug is considered spent once issued for a civilian, yet to join the Armed Forces. A fine involves a 5 year rehabilitation period if over 18. After joining, it's instant dismissal. Prior to joining it need not be declared on the Rehabilitation of Offenders form (MoD Form 493) but must be declared on the Security Check Questionnaire (MoD Form 1109) [Counter Terrorist Check]. If it's not disclosed on the latter, Security Clearance (SC) will be declined. No SC = No join.

Any offence involving possession with intent to supply (trafficking) is a permanent bar to entry.

A fine is a 5 year wait? People get fined for stupid things these days. Looking at a police man funny, littering, jay-walking.. hell sometimes it feels like Tax is a being poor fine.

So even if said fine was trivial, say 50 quid for littering, would that prevent someone from joining? If so, I know someone who is screwed hahaha!

No you don't get fined for stupid things. You get fined for doing crass, irresponsible and uncivilised things, littering being a prime example.
If you get fined it's because you have done something so stupid that you deserve what you get, and probably annoyed the hell out of the officer that caught you, as you went about in your own little self concerned bubble.

The only thing I've done wrong was steal some pick'n'mix when I was 8! So I think my time is spent ;)
 

Ninja_Stoker

War Hero
Moderator
Deaver said:
The only thing I've done wrong was steal some pick'n'mix when I was 8! So I think my time is spent ;)

No wonder Woollies went bust. :wink:

Spot fines are 'spent' once paid, fines handed-down from Magistrates or Crown Courts usually involve a 5 year rehabilitation period (if over 18 on date of conviction), regardless of the considered triviality.
 
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