We’ve just published our update for April 2018.
This months update includes:
- Some new information providing a step-by-step guide to applying for a basic DBS check.
- A link to our updated page on pub licensees (personal licence).
- A personal story on becoming a qualified football coach with a criminal record.
- A link to a discussion on theForum from RunningMan looking for some advice around disclosure following a job offer.
- Details of a job vacancy at Unlock for a policy and practice lead.
The full update provides a summary of:
- the latest updates to our self-help information site for people with convictions
- recent posts to our online magazine, theRecord
- discussions on our online forum
- other news and developments that might be of interest to individuals with a criminal record
Read the April 2018 update in full
- All previous updates can be found in full in the ‘Latest updates‘ section of our Information Hub
- For more self-help information, please visit unlock.devchd.com/information-and-advice/
- If you have any questions about this information, please contact our helpline
- If you’ve been forwarded this email, you can sign up to receive these updates directly by clicking here and selecting to receive ‘News/updates for people with convictions’
- If you have found this information useful, please leave us your feedback and/or consider making a donation.
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