Criminal Record Disclosure
The position you are applying for (whether paid or voluntary) is listed in the schedule 1, Part II of the rehabilitation of offender’s act (exceptions) order 1975, we are entitled to ask Exempted questions as defined by section 113(5) of the police act 1997 about you. From July 2002 we are required by the Domiciliary care agencies regulations and the care act 2002 to acquire a criminal record certificate in relation to any persons who is a care home worker or a domiciliary care worker. This means that if your application is successful l we will obtain from the Criminal Records Bureau Record Certificate relating to you before your appointment is confirmed.
Having a criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us. This will depend upon the nature of the position and the circumstances and background of your offences. We observe the “code of practice for registered persons and other recipients of disclosure information” published by the criminal records bureau on behalf of the home office. We would expect you to provide us with a copy of your CRB.
Failure to disclose will result in you not being able to be employed with M&D Care Ltd.