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Enhanced CRB - fare evasion?

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Does a criminal conviction for fare evasion show up on a normal and an enhanced CRB? If so, does it just show up as: Crime of dishonesty or does it show up as fare evasion?

 

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i believe that any crime you have been charged with/ cautioned for will show up on any crb check.

 

Does it make a difference whether it show as dishonesty or fare evasion???

 

Tbh it should show as whatever you was charged with.


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It Will Show Up 0n An Enhanced Crb Check

 

I Believe A Normal Crb Check Would Be Negative As It Falls Under The Rehabilitations Of Offenders Act.

 

Thats Is Spent If 10 Years Have Gone By And The Crime Was Not For Drugs Or Violence

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Thanks guys - I think that it does matter if it shows up as a crime of dishonesty rather than the actually name of the charge (i.e. entering a train for the purposes of travelling without a valid ticket).

 

A crime of dishonesty could indicate fraud or lying on an application for a job which requires disclosure of previous convictions.. which are much more serious given that I work in a field with vulnerable people..

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My Advice Would Be

 

Come Clean With The Personel Or Hr Dept

 

Ask For A Private Meeting

 

Tell Them This And You Will Prob Be Ok

 

This Will Show Up On An Enhanced Check As Vunrable People Are Involved

 

At The End Of The Day All They Are Interested In Is To You Pose A Risk Say To Children Or Vunrable Adults

 

I Dont Think So

 

Come Clean And It Will All Be Over

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i agree with post.

I had a similar situation with my job. We have to undergo several enhanced crb checks in a short space of time and i have a caution for theft from an employer.

I told my new employers who were fine about but did say if i hadn't have disclosed it to them I would've been joining a very long dole queue

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Do you know if it showed up as the specific charge or as the general type of conviction?

 

I think it will look a lot better if it says conviction for 'entering a train for the purposes of travel without a valid ticket' than just 'crime of dishonesty'!

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Does it make a difference whether it show as dishonesty or fare evasion???

To be honest I'd rather it showed up as Fare Evasion if it was me....Although in the eyes of the law it is an offence of dishoenesty, in the eyes of prospective employers, fare evasion sounds much more mundane...:rolleyes:

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I totally agree! But I'm not be prosecuted anymore :)))

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I had a conviction for fare evasion some years ago and it showed offences under the Theft Act on the CRB. Having said that, I have worked in two schools, none of my employers have ever commented and I've recently been promoted. I think a problem only arises if you choose to lie about it on an application form.... or if there are a string of offences related to the type of job you're applying for.

 

I stated "travelling on a train without previously buying a ticket" on both applications, so that HR could refer back to them for clarification if necessary.

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My understanding is that the check will reveal the actual charge that you were convicted of as summonsed and recorded on the Court register.

 

Therefore, if you were convicted for failing to show a vail rail ticket on demand contrary to Railways Byelaw 18.1, that's what it should reveal.

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