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Fair Processing Policy

e-bulk system allows you to complete your application at any location with internet access
When you supply any personal information to this site we have legal obligations towards you in the way we deal with your data as follows:

• We will hold your personal information on our systems for as long as needed to meet the service you have requested and remove it in the event that the purpose has been met.
• We will ensure that all personal information supplied is held securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998
• We will provide a safe and secure experience for users of this site
• We will ensure that the information you submit to us remains private, and is only used for the purposes set out below.

Fair Processing Principles
• Your personal information is only processed with your knowledge
• Only information that we actually need is collected and processed.Your personal information is only seen by those who need it to do their jobs
• Personal information is retained only for as long as it is required
• Decisions affecting you are made on the basis of reliable and up to date information
• Your information is protected from unauthorised or accidental disclosure
• Inaccurate or misleading data will be corrected as soon as possible
• Procedures are in place for dealing promptly with any dispute.

Collected, stored and processed by Care Check
All information requested is used solely for the purpose of producing a Criminal Records Bureau certificate and is collected, stored and processed by Care Check and the Criminal Records Bureau in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We will treat your personal information as confidential and we will not disclose it to any third party except: (i) with your prior agreement; (ii) as necessary for providing our e-bulk online disclosure service to you; or (iii) as required by law.

Privacy Policy

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Please read this privacy policy carefully, by using this website and/or registering with Care Check you are accepting and consenting to the practices in this privacy policy.

Your privacy is important to us
We know that providing personal information is an act of trust and we take that trust seriously. Care Check will not disclose any of your personal information, including your email address, to any third party without your consent, unless you give us specific consent to act otherwise. Our privacy policy describes the way we capture your personal information and governs how we will deal with it. We aim to ensure that any personal information we obtain and use about you will always be held, used and transmitted in compliance with all applicable data protection rules. If you have questions or concerns about our privacy policy please contact us.

Processed and stored in our databases
Care Check will occasionally amend this privacy policy to reflect regulatory requirements and changes in our information collection and disclosure practices. You should therefore return here regularly to view our most up to date policy.Personal information is processed and stored in our databases and we have taken reasonable steps to secure and protect this information. However, whilst we take every effort to ensure the security of your information, we are unable to guarantee the protection of the information from misuse, accidental disclosure or unauthorised acts by others.

Right to access personal information
You have the right to access of any personal information processed by us. Care Check is committed to providing you with reasonable and practical access to your information to give you the opportunity to identify any inaccuracies. Where possible, if Care Check is informed of the inaccuracy of any personal information, we will make the appropriate corrections. You can request the updating or amending of any information you have provided to Care Check by contacting us.The information we collect about you depends on what activities you are carrying out on our website, whether you are logged in or not and whether you are making a purchase.

Cancellation Policy


Cancellation must be made by calling us on 0333 777 8575 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. We reserve the right to process and and charge in full for any disclosures unless we have received notice of cancellation before submission to DBS (formerly known as CRB) or DS. Any payments you have made for disclosures that have been properly cancelled will be re-credited to you.

Despite the above provision, you are entitled to cancel a payment for products where fraudulent use has been made of your payment card by a person not acting, or to be treated as acting as your agent. If you have already made a payment where your payment card has been so fraudulently used, then you should approach your card issuer for re credit to your account.

We reserve the right to terminate or restrict the use of our service, for any or no reason whatsoever. If we terminate your use of our service as a result of a breach of any obligation under these terms, such termination would be immediate and without notice.

Terms Of Service

Care Check terms of service (e-Bulk Electronic Applications)

Our client organisations must adhere to the following conditions when applying for, receiving, holding and disposing of Criminal Disclosures via the e-Bulk Online application channel or Paper Route.

  1. The Client must nominate a designated individual(s) who will act as the clients contact point for all DBS matters and receive Disclosure information.
  2. The client organisation will provide details of the person(s) who will verify the identity of the applicant, and that identity validation will be done in accordance with DBS guidelines using only original documents, and ensure that all applicant details are checked in the same manner.
  3. The client organisation must inform Care Check immediately in writing should the person(s) checking the identity of the applicants change.
  4. The client organisation will observe and fully adhere to the DBS (CRB) code of practice.
  5. Clients using the e-Bulk system will ensure that the “Statement of Fair Processing” is made available to all applicants upon request.
  6. The client organisation is likely and will remain likely to genuinely ask an exempted question.
  7. The client organisation will make all disclosure applicants aware of the Code of Practice when recruiting and will make a copy available to all disclosure applicants upon request.
  8. The client organisation has a satisfactory written policy on the recruitment of ex offenders and issues a copy of the policy to all disclosure applicants at the start of the recruitment process.
  9. The client organisation is aware that a statement must be included on its application forms or accompanying documentation, that a disclosure will be requested in the event of an applicant being offered a position.
  10. The client organisation is aware that it must include a statement on its application forms, or accompanying documentation, that a criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position.
  11. The client organisation must provide a statement in all employment advertisements that Disclosure will be required in the event that a post is offered.
  12. The client organisation has a written policy on the secure storage, handling, retention and disposal of disclosure information.
  13. The client organisation will not retain disclosures or a record of the information contained within them for longer than is required for the particular purpose. This should be no longer than 6 months after the date on which the recruitment or other relevant decisions have been taken, or after the date on which any dispute about the accuracy of the disclosure information has been resolved. The period should only be exceeded in very exceptional circumstances, which justify retention for a longer period. (Disclosure information may be retained for longer than 6 months for the purpose of audit where organisations are regulated by CQC or OFSTED)
  14. All Disclosure certificates will be destroyed in accordance with the DBS (CRB) Code of Practice by shredding, pulping or burning.
  15. The client organisation will keep all Disclosure information kept securely, in accordance with the DBS (CRB) Code of practice, separate from their staff members files and within a locked storage unit that cannot be moved by less than 2 persons.
  16. The client organisation is aware of what additional information is, and that under no circumstances can this information be divulged to an applicant (or person who is not authorised to have access to this information) and that to do so would constitute a criminal offence.
  17. Additional information is very sensitive and must be treated with the utmost caution. Should the client organisation be informed of additional information then they should be careful to base their withdrawal of an offer on employment on pre employment checks, and avoid letting the applicant know that there is “additional information”
  18. Client organisations should discuss any matters revealed in the disclosure with the applicant before withdrawing the offer of employment.
    Information provided on the disclosure is confidential, and as such should only be available to those persons named in the client contract. (Unless the person is a registered inspector with the CQC, CSCIW or OFSTED)
  19. Care Check reserves the right to make assurance visits to our client organisations to ensure that they are fully complying with the terms and conditions of our contract and the DBS (CRB) Code of Practice.
  20. Should Care Check find that any part of this contract is being breached, it reserves the right to withdraw its service with immediate effect.
  21. It is the client organisations responsibility to state the level of check they require and if the applicant is working with Children, Vulnerable Adults or both.
  22. Care Check shall have no liability for defective services where the defect has been caused or contributed by the client organisation
  23. Care Check shall have no liability for defective services where the defect has been caused or contributed by DBS (CRB).
  24. Care Check shall have no liability to the client organisation for services if invoice payments have not been received by the due dates of payment.
  25. Care Check have no liability for additional damage, loss, liability, claims or expenses caused or contributed to by the Client’s continued use of services or the continued engagement of an Applicant once an error or defect in the relevant Disclosure has become apparent.
  26. Care Check shall have no liability for any matters which are outside its reasonable control.
  27. Care Check shall have no liability to the client for any consequential losses, loss or profits and/or damage to goodwill, economic losses, special damages and indirect losses or business interruption, loss of business, contracts, opportunity and production.
  28. Invoiced Clients shall pay Care Check for all invoices within 15 days of receipt. invoices are raised and sent upon receipt of application. Invoices will be raised for the application if completed correctly or if in need of amendment.
  29. Clients using the e-Bulk online channel will ensure that all passwords and log on details are kept private and are under no circumstances passed on to any other person.
  30. Clients using the e-Bulk system will change their passwords on a regular basis, preferably every month not rotating the same password within a three month period.
  31. Clients using the e-Bulk system shall take reasonable care to ensure that no person is within distance to take note of log on details or disclosure information when accessing the e-Bulk system.
  32. ID Checkers using the e-Bulk system shall always check original ID, no photocopies at the time that the information is imputed into the e-Bulk system.
  33. Clients using the e-Bulk system shall keep the information held securely on it, unless it needs to be printed for the purposes of audit.
  34. Clients using the e-Bulk system who print disclosures for the purpose of audit shall only print them once and shall keep them in accordance with the DBS (CRB) Code of Practice and their policy on the secure storage, retention and disposal of disclosure information.
  35. Responsible persons using the e-Bulk system, or the responsible persons Employers shall inform Care Check immediately if they are to leave the client organisation or cease using the system so their log on details can be deleted immediately.
  36. ID Checkers, using the e-Bulk system, or the ID Checker employers shall inform Care Check immediately if they are to cease being employed by the client organisation or cease using the system so their log on details can be deleted immediately.
  37. Disclosure certificates shall not be passed on to persons not named in the service contract without the written consent of the applicant.
Care Check Delivery Policy

Care Check Delivery Policy

Deliveries can only be made to addresses within the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland) This excludes PO Box addresses.

We currently use Royal Mail pre-paid postage to deliver your disclosures to you. Actual delivery times may vary to you depending on your delivery address or circumstances impacting delivery by Royal Mail.

We reserve the rights to use alternative delivery methods without prior notification. You will not hold us responsible for any delays outside our control, which relate to the delivery of completed disclosures.

We reserve the right to cancel your login to the online disclosure system if it becomes apparent that, in our sole opinion, the postal service in your area is too unreliable.

From small businesses to large employers and charities. We are adept at obtaining all levels of DBS Checks (Formerly the CRB) for any person within any type of industry.



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