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DBS News June 2018

June 25th, 2018 by Jonathan Bazely

DBS receive award at UK Customer Satisfaction Awards ceremony The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) were recently crowned the ‘InMoment Customer Commitment Award’ winners at the 2018 UK Customer Satisfaction Awards ceremony. This award is run by The Institute of Customer Service and was created to showcase organisations who place customer service at the centre of […]

Anti-Money Laundering Checks

June 13th, 2018 by Jonathan Bazely

What are Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks? Anti-Money Laundering checks is a general term used to describe checks carried out as part of the UK’s Anti-Money Laundering regulatory framework. This can be a check on an individual carrying out a specific function, or an organisation providing goods or services.  The legal framework includes several different Acts and Regulations and […]

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DBS News February 2018

February 26th, 2018 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

This news is taken from the DBS News Edition One 2018 DBS set target of keeping customers satisfied The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) are celebrating after being placed as the second highest performing public sector organisation, by the Institute of Customer Service. This Institute aims to give an indication of customer satisfaction for UK […]

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NEW: Online Basic Criminal Record Checks

December 21st, 2017 by Matt Tuckey

DDC News

DDC launch a NEW online basic criminal record checks process. No more paper forms, postal delays, photocopying documents or returned forms due to errors. Checking an employee’s or volunteer’s background is now easier than ever! Their new online Basic criminal record checking process works along side the existing system for requesting Enhanced and Standard DBS applications. This […]

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Upcoming changes to DBS Identity Documents

November 17th, 2017 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

Changes to DBS Identity Documents, the Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) have announced a change to the identity document provided in support of a DBS Standard and Enhanced application. These changes will directly affect applicants applying from outside the UK, with further changes for those applying from outside the EEA. When will the new DBS document […]

DBS News October 2017

October 20th, 2017 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

DBS online basics New Release 1 (R1) system goes live DBS R1 system goes live, In early October the DBS launched their new IT system called Release 1 (R1). This project was originally split into three parts. The first part of this project was to make available online basic level criminal record check through the DBS. Previously all basic level checks in […]

DBS News July/Aug 2017

August 9th, 2017 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

Progress on Release 1 (R1) Project The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) have announced that the project R1 is now making progress towards completion, with testing undertaken with numerous Responsible Organisations (ROs). The first part of this project will be the submission of online basic checks for any applicants in England and Wales. These are […]

DBS News Mar/Apr 2017

April 15th, 2017 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

A summary of the DBS News for March / April 2017. This month covers topics including the work of the DBS to detect fraud and the correct level of check.

DBS News Jan/Feb 2017

February 6th, 2017 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

Release 1 (R1) Project update. For a summary of the DBS News and how it affects DDC Customers please read below. To view the news in full please follow the link to the DBS website. Release 1 (R1) Project update The DBS recently announced plans to introduce new IT systems to improve several aspects of the DBS […]

An update on Metropolitan Police Service delays

December 8th, 2016 by Jonathan Bazely

DDC News

Enhanced level DBS checks are sent to local police forces as part of the review process, at stage four of a five stage process. The Metropolitan Police Service are resolving a number of issues to tackle the backlog of applications they currently hold. Some applications are taking much longer than their 60 day service level agreement. The Disclosure and Barring […]