Employers have always been able to ask a prospective employee if they have any current convictions. A Basic Disclosure is an official document that supports their answer.
Basic Disclosure lets the employer confirm whether an employee has a current criminal conviction or not. The information is taken directly from the Police National Computer; and printed on an official Disclosure certificate from the Government’s Criminal Record Office.
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The Basic Disclosure contains details of unspent convictions according to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 which are held on central police records or will state if there are no such convictions.