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Hello, I wonder if someone can help me with some advice regarding a disclosure question?

 

I have applied for a social care post and have been asked to complete one of these disclosure Scotland forms.

 

I don't have any criminal record but recall in 93 or 94 being interviewed by police regarding my ex hubby and the sale of a car purchased on HP. We sold car paid off debts and continued to pay off the loan company who supplied the car finance.

 

The company called in the police and we were both spoken to separately by police. Not sure if it was under cution or not but no further action was taken and they were amazed at time of being called in to deal with such a matter.

 

My worry is will this show up on my disclosure? Think its one of those enhanced ones. Could it effect the social care job I have gone for.

 

Mags

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Hello Mags. This cropped up the other day and the thread might interest you.

 

I stand to be corrected, but I think the upshot was that people thought a 'civil' type offence either wouldn't show up or would be accepted without problems.

 

For instance, speeding or parking fines are ignored by employers.

 

I hope more people will be along soon. In the meantime, try not to worry too much. This is the thread

 

 

CRB check will it show up any of these?

 

 

Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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The only cautions that show up on a CRB check are those related to offences towards children (aged 17 years and under). (Drug offences may also show up not sure on this.)

 

A caution is given by the Police to someone who has admitted an offence and therefore should be disclosed.

 

Being interviewed under caution by the police is not the same as being given a Caution.

 

Hope this helps.

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Thank you! Just can't remember if it was an interview under caution or after speaking to me they cautioned me. Pretty sure it was the first! What is the difference?

 

Guess I will just have to sit and wait now and see if it shows up! :|

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An interview under caution means that anything you say can and will used against you in a court of law, this then means the alleged crime can be investigated.

 

A caution is where you have admitted a crime, but it relatively low level, and rather than prosecute you the police will give you a caution there and then and thats the matter done and dusted with.

 

I wouldnt worry about it to much if I were you. Cant remember if this applies with CRB checks or not, but wouldnt this considered spent now anyway, after all it has been nearly 20 years since it happen.

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