Mark Reckless MP discusses the issue of councils carrying out unjustified CRB checks for job applicants
Filed under chatham, conservatives, crb checks, Employment, Home Affairs Select Committee, Mark In Westminster, mark reckless, medway, rochester, rochester and strood, strood
I would say it’s not just regular contact with children but those who are in regular contact with any potentially vulnerable people.
I’m a cabbie in London and we are CRB checked but I think that’s a good thing as I wouldn’t want any of my family getting into a taxi or minicab with someone who wouldn’t pass a CRB check.
Obviously there are many people working who have very limited contact with the public and so probably don’t need a CRB check at all.
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