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Officer applicants should disclose all convictions and cautions, judges rule

Those wishing to join the police are required to disclose all convictions and cautions, including those they received as a child, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Officer applicants should disclose all convictions and cautions, judges rule

Date - 20th October 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The court of appeal judged that forces were within their legal right to ask applicants to disclose their criminal history, but stressed they should not be used as a reason for automatic disqualification and judged on a case-by-case basis. The...
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