Disclosure

What is a disclosure?

A Disclosure is a document containing impartial and confidential criminal history information held by the police and government departments which can be used by employers to make safer recruitment decisions.

Disclosure information could include:

  • Details of criminal records
  • Information about a person’s inclusion on children’s or adults’ lists
  • Other relevant information held by a local police force or Government Body
  • Or state that there is no information

 Types of disclosure

  • Basic Disclosure contains only convictions considered unspent under The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
  • Standard Disclosure contains all conviction information, spent and unspent, including cautions.
  • Enhanced Disclosure contains all conviction information, spent and unspent, and any other non conviction information considered to be relevant by the police or other Government bodies.

Information Included

The information included in the disclosure will depend on the type of disclosure applied for.

 Basic Disclosure

  • Unspent Convictions

Standard Disclosure

  • Unspent Convictions
  • Spent Convictions
  • Cautions
  • Inclusion on Adult’s Lists

Enhanced Disclosure

  • Unspent Convictions
  • Spent Convictions
  • Cautions
  • Inclusion on Children’s Lists
  • Inclusion on Adult’s Lists
  • Other relevant information held by Police Forces



When booking someone who is going to look after your child or children, it’s so important in this day and age that you make sure they are Disclosure Checked.  Magic Pete has a FULL ENHANCED DISCLOSURE CERTIFICATE and can produce this upon request.
So you can rest assure your party is in safe hands.