Disclosure & Barring Service 0843 455 0042.
The (DBS) Disclosure & Barring Service is one of many non-departmental bodies sponsored by the Home Office based in the United Kingdom that handles public affairs specific to job recruitment.
By using the Disclosure Barring Service Helpline various businesses are able to make wise decisions concerning the suitability of a prospective employee for a certain job within their organization.
The Disclosure & Barring Service came fully integrated as a non-departmental public body in 2012 when the functions of the ISA or Independent Safeguarding Authority and the Criminal Records Bureau were merged, one year following the introduction of the Protection of Freedoms Bill in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The Protection of Freedoms Act was successfully instated on in May of 2012 and by December of the same year the Disclosure and Barring Service became operational.
Through the DBS helpline, as well as the CRB contact number on this website, any employer can benefit from a organized and strategic list of services.
They are responsible for processing requests made by employers for criminal records on possible employees. In the Disclosure Barring Service check process police records in England and also Wales are searched, and if necessary, information from barred lists.
DBS Contact Number 0843 455 0042.
After this process is complete a Disclosure and Barring Service certificate is released to the applicant of the search request. All certificates released by the DBS are guided by a strict code of practice since the information on the certificates may prove to be very sensitive.
Another responsibility covered by the Disclosure Barring Service is the decision by the DBS to place a given person on a barred list, or remove them from it. This is important, as the Disclosure and Barring Service takes pride in safeguarding vulnerable groups within society such as the elderly and also children. As a result, the DBS is responsible for adding or removing individuals from the DBS’s children’s and adults’ barred lists of not only England and Wales, but also Northern Ireland. For more information on this, call the Disclosure and Barring Service.
The CRB phone number is a great resource as the DBS works closely along with the police to ensure that accurate local information is provided to us. The police also provides the DBS with information that is stored the police national computer.
DBS Phone Number 0843 455 0042.
Besides the police. The Disclosure and Barring Service partner along with the Department for Education, the Department of Health, as well as their sponsor the Home Office. The support that these groups provide, ensure that the information given to the DBS is not only accurate. But serves to protect vulnerable groups in accordance with specific policies.
The DBS is a unique resource that employers have used to give them the assurance they need when hiring, especially in child care and elderly care.
The Disclosure and Barring Service serves as a form of protection for both employers and their businesses. Even more importantly, the DBS ensures that offenders are not given access to vulnerable groups within society. For more information, be sure to use the DBS contact number or the CRB contact number.
Disclosure & Barring Service.
PO Box 3961.
Phone: 0843 455 0042.