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Just got a letter for jury service then when you read the back for persons disqualified........well wadda ya know im DISQUALIFIED!!!

Must be somethin in the water


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Aye and if you dont tell them your Disqualified you can get a fine. S.A.O

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Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme

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On 28 February 2011, the Scottish Government introduced a new membership scheme to replace and improve upon the current disclosure arrangements for people who work with vulnerable groups.

The Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG Scheme), which delivers on the provisions outlined in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) (Scotland) Act 2007 will:

  • help to ensure that those who have regular contact with children and protected adults through paid and unpaid work do not have a known history of harmful behaviour,
  • be quick and easy to use, reducing the need for PVG Scheme members to complete a detailed application form every time a disclosure check is required,
  • strike a balance between proportionate protection and robust regulation and make it easier for employers to determine who they should check to protect their client group.

school pupilsThe PVG Scheme is Scotland's response to the principal recommendation of the Bichard Inquiry Report which was undertaken following the tragic murders in Soham in 2002. This recommendation called for a registration system for all those who work with children and vulnerable adults in the UK that would confirm that there is no known reason why an individual should not work with these client groups.

The Scottish Government is committed to helping local communities flourish and become stronger, safer places to live. It has built upon what has been learned from current disclosure and disqualification services in Scotland to develop an efficient membership scheme that will strengthen protection for vulnerable groups and reduce bureaucracy.


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The PVG scheme is taking over from Disclosure all your info will be kept on a computer and future employers will be able to request the information it seems everyone who wants to work with vulnerable groups will need to register. You fill in a form like the disclosure one and it costs £59 to register then something like £12 every 5 years for the updating and new convictions etc will automatically be added to the data held. Seemingly its also to help the police as they spend too much time doing checks for disclosure so information will automatically be sent.... lets just hope they dont forget to update their pnc and are holding the correct information. 


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Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme

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On 28 February 2011, the Scottish Government introduced a new membership scheme to replace and improve upon the current disclosure arrangements for people who work with vulnerable groups.

The Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG Scheme), which delivers on the provisions outlined in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) (Scotland) Act 2007 will:

  • help to ensure that those who have regular contact with children and protected adults through paid and unpaid work do not have a known history of harmful behaviour,
  • be quick and easy to use, reducing the need for PVG Scheme members to complete a detailed application form every time a disclosure check is required,
  • strike a balance between proportionate protection and robust regulation and make it easier for employers to determine who they should check to protect their client group.

school pupilsThe PVG Scheme is Scotland's response to the principal recommendation of the Bichard Inquiry Report which was undertaken following the tragic murders in Soham in 2002. This recommendation called for a registration system for all those who work with children and vulnerable adults in the UK that would confirm that there is no known reason why an individual should not work with these client groups.

The Scottish Government is committed to helping local communities flourish and become stronger, safer places to live. It has built upon what has been learned from current disclosure and disqualification services in Scotland to develop an efficient membership scheme that will strengthen protection for vulnerable groups and reduce bureaucracy.

nice post JK and the wee ones need all the protection these days
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I agree its definately the kids who need protecting


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Quashed convictions I was told no need to disclose so I didnt low and behold it showed up accused of lying (again) then it gets taken off that was 8yrs ago [eek] Now 2014 and im still in same position don't disclose as advised and lie about reasons for leaving a job (they are determined to make me lie im sure of it) [rofl] They actually do want me to lie I think cause they don't want to admit they were wrong. Anyway since ive been out the game a while any relevant changes to disclosure?? Or must I wade through the muck and be looked down on every time I apply for a job or course . Youd actually think id have given up by now. [biggrin] I find it very hard to show remorse for things that happened years ago that have long been forgotten plus nothing against a person so who have I to be remorseful to?[biggrin][thumb]
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There are some categories of employment and proceedings to which the Act does not apply. In these cases, even spent convictions must be disclosed. This is mainly in employment positions which require a particular level of trust. The Act provides an order making power to specify the types of employment and proceedings that are excluded from the Act and where disclosure is required. The purpose of this is to protect the public. It does not necessarily debar ex-offenders from types of work set out in the Order, but entitles the employer to ask about spent convictions if the work is covered by the Order. 

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2013

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MAKES YOU SICK I HAVE BEEN WORKING WITH THE SCHOOL AND NURSERY FOR 4yrs UN TILL I NEEDED A disclosure my crime been beat up by the police and assaulted by a boss , yes I hit back one case admonished the other a pack of lies I was told to admit to certain things to get off been in bother     ,    ,twice in my life domestic cases       time spent    20yrs social work experience before hand, to embarrassed to even apply for a job 5 yrs volunteering all fine they wont even send my disclosure  I cant  get to see it  PERHAPS IT IS BECAUSE YOU ARE ON HEre ????? or the 8 counts under the police Scotland act wich I was charged with means im a risk to children bullshit   oh yes forgot to mention the boss nephew was a policeman so was the complanants uncle a policeman  AND THEy UPHOLD THE JUSTICE aye right
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Seriously the conspiracy stuff gets a bit much either that or im surrounded by dodgy f*****s dodgy cops very obliging criminal justice staff are you sure this is the ferris conspiracy and no the jk conspiracy [rolleyes] Anyway if you were in a job and they tried to tell you your not allowed to be on a website I know where id tell them to go [biggrin]
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