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Information about criminal record checking for regulated activity positions

Request for information about criminal record checking for regulated activity positions in the last five years.

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Information about criminal record checking for regulated activity positions

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FOI 1069:

Adult Care Sector

  • no of applications for CRB checks for people in registered positions in each of the last 5 years (RA).
  • no of enhanced CRB check applications for people not in registered positions in each of the last 5 years (RA).
  • no of people barred from working with vulnerable adults in each of the last 5 years.
  • no of appeals against barring decisions in each of the last 5 years and how many of these were successful.

Children’s Sector

  • no of applications for CRB checks for people in registered positions in each of the last 5 years (RA).
  • no of enhanced CRB check applications for people not in registered positions in each of the last 5 years (RA).
  • no of people barred from working with children in each of the last 5 years.
  • no of appeals against barring decisions in each of the last 5 years and how many of these were successful.
  • no of successful appeals where the individual had a conviction for a sexual offence
  • no of appeals from people looking to work as 1) teacher/head teacher 2) teaching assistant 3) nursery worker 4) child-minder and the number successful.
  • no of successful appeals where the individual had a conviction for a sexual offence.
  • no of successful appeals where individual had a sexual offence and was seeking of the following positions as 1) teacher/head teacher 2) teaching assistant 3) nursery worker 4) child-minder and the number successful.
Published 28 April 2014