Basic DBS Criminal Record checks for Individuals
As an individual, you are able to apply for a Basic DBS Criminal Record Check. This is the basic level criminality check processed by the DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service). It can be applicable for any role and is not restricted by industry sector. This Basic Disclosure check is a certificate which will show any unspent criminal convictions. The certificate will belong to you and it will be your responsibility to show on request.
Please note: It is a criminal offence to apply for a Basic DBS Criminal Record Check for anyone other than yourself. If you are an employer looking to make multiple Basic DBS Checks on your employees? Click here
ordering a Basic DBS Criminal Record Check
Ordering a Basic DBS check is easy. follow the 5 simple steps below
- Complete the short form below and consent to our Terms and Conditions. Once submitted, you will be redirected to our login details page.
- You will be asked to complete the eBulk online application form with your personal details.
- Once you have completed the eBulk online application form, you will be required to pay for your check.
(49p card fee is included in the £44.99 cost)
- You will then be asked to email Security Watchdog 3 verified identity documents.
(these documents will need to be verified by the Post Office at a fee of £10.50)
- Once we have received your verified documents, we will submit your application to the DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service). The DBS will then send your completed certificate directly to you.
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What you will need before you apply
Before completing your application for Basic disclosure, you will need to make sure you have a few things to hand. You will need...
- Current Passport and/or Photocard Driving Licence
- Proof of current address
You will also need
- National Insurance Number
- 5 year address history with dates you moved to and from addresses
- A list of any names you have legally used and the dates used
- A card to make payment (American Express not accepted)