As part of our ‘seven stages of a criminal record’ (which we launched recently) we’ve put together an overview of the areas of life that can be affected by a criminal record.
Whether you’re looking for work, applying to university or purchasing insurance, this table will hopefully help you to determine what you will or won’t need to disclose during each of the seven stages of your criminal record.
It’s the first time we’ve tried to do something like this, and we’d really like to know what you think of it and how it could be improved. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our feedback form.
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