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I am currently applying for a PGCE course and will need to fill out as CRB form in the process.

 

I have no convictions, BUT i have several unpaid parking penalty fines and non-payment of Congestion Charges in my name (from some1 who used my car @ the time).

 

Do I tick >" Please tick if you have any spent or unspent convictions or other punishments that would show up on a criminal records check. "

 

 

FROM THE PGCE WEBSITE >

 

This course has entry requirements which require you to disclose further information regarding any spent or unspent convictions or any past criminal activities, and also requires a criminal records check.

 

Further checks are also required under the ISA vetting and barring scheme since this course requires regular contact with children or vulnerable adults.

 

If you have spent or unspent convictions from a court outside Great Britain, additional checks may be carried out depending on the records available in respect of the applicable country.

A criminal records check may show all spent and unspent criminal convictions including (but not limited to) cautions, reprimands, final warnings, bind over orders or similar and, to the extent relevant to this course, may also show details of any minor offences, fixed penalty notices, penalty notices for disorder, ASBOs or VOOs.

 

 

Do i declare my parking fines etc??

 

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Parking charges are decriminalised in most areas - and if they are issued by private parking companies they have no weight in law anyway.

 

(Note that as the owner of the vehicle you are responsible for them not the driver)

The above post constitutes my personal opinion on the facts in the post compared with my personal knowledge of the applicable legislation. I make no guarantees of its legal accuracy. If you are in doubt seek advice of a legal professional specialising in the area concerned.

 

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