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    arista12
    Any jobs that dont require a CRB check
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    • 5th Nov 08, 1:05 PM
    Any jobs that dont require a CRB check 5th Nov 08 at 1:05 PM
    I would be grateful if anyone can provide answers to the following questions-

    Do most office jobs require a CRB check? (not including banks that apparently do)

    Do most jobs with major retailers require a CRB check?

    I don't want a job involving working with kids/vulnerable adults etc.

    I am asking as I have the chance of redundancy (I've been in same job for 20+ yrs) and would like to take it. I have a police caution for an offence (doesnt involve dishonesty) that I have checked and been told it would definitely show up on a CRB.

    I have never told my wife about the offence and really dont want to. I have read if a CRB is done a copy is sent to home address & so there is a good chance she would see it.

    I appreciate I would have to lie on my application and risk being sacked if I was found out.
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