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It's a comprehensive criminal record check by Disclosure Scotland that reveals all criminal records, including both spent and unspent convictions, cautions, warnings, and suspensions.
To ensure the safety and security of the workplace and those who work in sensitive positions.
It discloses all criminal records and additional information such as relevant police intelligence and other relevant non-conviction information.
Around 14 days
The fee for an Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check is £48.
You can apply online, via a paper application form, or through a registered body such as Complygate.
Employers must conduct an Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check before hiring candidates for sensitive positions. Click here to apply today.
A: You can apply for an Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check yourself if you're self-employed or if you're applying for a position that requires one.
A: Jobs that involve working with vulnerable groups, such as children, elderly, or disabled people, or jobs that require access to sensitive information, such as financial or medical records, usually require an Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check.
A: An Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check does not have an official expiry date, but it's recommended that employers conduct a new check for existing employees or volunteers every 3 years.
A: The decision to hire someone based on their criminal record is at the discretion of the employer, and it will depend on the nature of the conviction and the job requirements. However, having a criminal record does not automatically disqualify you from getting a job.
A: No, an Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Check is specific to the job or volunteer position for which it was requested. If you apply for another job that requires the same level of disclosure, you will need to undergo a new check.