Individual Criminal Record Checks – Request yours now for only £55 inc VAT

The Criminal Record and Barring Service are an officially approved body that provide Basic Criminal Record Checks for individuals. Since requesting a Criminal Record Check is something you need to get right we are dedicated to providing a swift and reliable service, ensuring you have all the information and support you need throughout the process.

The Basic Disclosure is your only option if you need a Criminal Record Check as an Individual and you can complete the application in less than 5 minutes
dbs-screen
Payment is easy using a debit or credit card through our secure partner SagePay

What is a Basic Criminal Record Check?

A Criminal Record Basic check is the only method of screening available to individuals and can be requested through the CRBS rapid online portal.

A Basic Disclosure contains details of convictions considered to be unspent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (ROA) or states that there are no such convictions. Applications take on average 10 working days to complete with the certificate being sent in the post to the current address provided. Throughout the application process clients can be notified by the Criminal Record and Barring Service (CRBS) team which stage their application is at or you can track your application online. The CRBS team offer fully trained support for any assistance throughout the process. The cost per Basic Criminal Check is charged at £55.

You can either CLICK HERE to start the application online. Alternatively call us in the office on 0800 197 8800 and the CRBS team will be happy to complete the application on your behalf.

 

Who can apply for a Basic Criminal Record Check?

The Basic Disclosure can be applied for by any individual or organisation. There is no vetting or eligibility criteria needed to get a basic disclosure so you can get started right away.. However, if you are working unsupervised with children or vulnerable adults, we strongly advise for you to contact your employer before applying for this level of check.

The Basic Disclosure certificate is not specific to one job role and can be used more than once.