D.B.S stands for...
In terms of criminal record checks, the DBS provider is an organisation who is registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service and is able to provide and process DBS checks either for their own organisation or for multiple organisations. DBS providers able to provide DBS checks for multiple organisations are known as 'Umbrella Bodies'.
CRB checks were replaced by DBS checks in 2012. The employer/organisation that requests the check must be registered with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) or a DBS Umbrella Body. They will pass an application form on to the person who needs the DBS check (the applicant). The applicant completes the application form (either on paper or online) and returns it to the DBS registered body with ID (the employer might verify the applicant's ID on behalf of the DBS registered body). The registered body ensures everything is correct on the application and countersigns it, then they submit it to the DBS. The DBS put the information from the application form onto their systems and pass the info onto all the relevant police forces (usually the forces that have covered the areas in which the applicant has lived in the last 5 years). The police check their systems for any information they might need to include on the DBS certificate and send it all back to the DBS. The DBS prints the certificate and sends it to the applicant's current address. The applicant presents the certificate to their employer.
CRB checks were replaced by DBS checks in 2012. Once 6 years have passed (or 2 if you were under 18 at time of caution), a caution will stop showing up on a DBS check unless the offence is on the 'DBS list of offences that will never be filtered from a criminal record check' (available on the DBS website).
Warnings will not show up on a standard DBS check and are unlikely to show on an enhanced DBS check. The police have the power to include any intelligence they hold on you on an enhanced DBS check, but only if the believe it is relevant to a recruitment decision. Final warnings (youth cautions) will show up on a DBS check until they become protected.
Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) Checks were replaced by Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Checks in 2012. If information has appeared on your DBS certificate that you do not believe should be there, you can contact submit a 'DBS certificate dispute' directly to the DBS, they will review the dispute and make a decision on whether it should be there or not. If you disagree with their decision, you can appeal to the 'Independent Monitor' who will subjectively review your claim. While you may be able to have information removed from a DBS check, you cannot get anything removed from your criminal record.
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