A DBS check is a way for employers check your criminal record, to help decide whether you are a suitable person to work for them. This includes deciding whether it is suitable for you to work with children or vulnerable adults.
DBS checks used to be called Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks and you may still see or hear them referred to by this name. DBS checks are carried out by the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Application service for individuals
Complete your DBS Check with our easy-to-use online application form, you will then be sent a link to click and follow the instructions.
Verify and upload your supporting documents from then form below.
Make a payment, an invoice will be sent to you, once received. You application will be processed.
Receive your DBS Check certificate within 7 to 14 days.
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Enhanced DBS checks will be £62.40,
Standard DBS checks will be £32
Basic DBS checks will be £29
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An employer may request a DBS check as part of their recruitment process. These checks are processed by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
The types of check are as follows:
A Basic check, which shows unspent convictions and conditional cautions
A Standard check, which shows spent and unspent convictions and adult cautions, from the Police National Computer which have not been filtered in line with legislation
An Enhanced check, which shows the same as a standard check plus any information held by local police that’s considered relevant to the role
An enhanced check with a check of the barred lists, which shows the same as an enhanced check plus whether the applicant is on the adults’ barred list, children’s barred list or both