What's a detailed security clearance exactly?

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  1. Hi boys, Can you help a young Crazy Canuck who wants to try to be one of the best warrior in the world, on the RN site they wrote this and I don't really
    * You will be subject to a detailed security clearance procedure prior to joining.

    What's that means,

    Thanks Bootneck !!!!
  2. Just want to make sure you're not French Canadian eh

  3. Yeah i'm from quebec and I know my english is really bad. I had english tutoring last summer and I hope it helps a little. I understand what security clearance means, I wanna know what they check

    That's all Folks :D

    PS: Unfortunately the english class aren't my favorite in high school
    today I regret it.
  4. At the moment, they will want to make sure you have a valid british passport and a valid postal address in the UK.

    If you have 2 passports/ dual nat, you will not be able to work in 'sensitive areas' ie RO.

    If you dont have a stable british address, you will be asked to leave or buy one.
  5. the_matelot

    the_matelot War Hero Moderator

    Rea1, I hate to p1ss on your parade but you are wrong about everything. Trust me on this......
  6. I thought if you had a dual passport you would be restricted form certain trades aka sneaky beaky.

    But the address thing, that is wrong. The RN back in 2003 achieved a big recruitment drive through out the common wealth countries. You don't have to have a UK address at all. Or has that changed now?
  7. Thanks folks
  8. i think you just do a ctc check (counter terrorist check) ..i dont think it goes into financial stuff only developed vetting involves that
  9. It's more likely that you would rx a proper Security Clearance (SC) that's between a CTC and a DV, Biffa.
  10. roger rabbit -i stand corrected
  11. DVA

    This might be of interest.
  12. i was DV once for a job in civil service/MOD ..quite a drama , interviews , friends and family and lots of questions relevant to my financial circumstances ..the irony of it all is that for the first time in my life i knew what my outgoings where..most of it on wets !!!!!
  13. Having signed on the dotted I often thought would I get SNLR if they found out about my criminal record. What joy when later I mentioned my poaching career. We actually have somebody here who can go out and catch living things for the pot. Ok so I got caught twice but I still got the stuff from his Lordships estates and he had a big gang and I was all on my lonesome.
  14. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    Anything Ffrench could be a disadvantage. :lol:
  15. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    He's a Tiff, isn't that a job requirement 8O

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