Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate (DBS) | Kangs Solicitors


Kangs Solicitors has been instructed to represent a sportsman in relation to information the police want to disclose on his enhanced DBS Certificate relating to an alleged inappropriate relationship within his employment.

As a result of the allegations, the sportsman was suspended by his national governing body.

Despite never having been arrested or spoken to by the police, they are now seeking to disclose this information on his enhanced DBS certificate.

Given the nature of the information and our client’s job, disclosure of this type would have a detrimental impact upon his future as a sportsman.

Kangs Solicitors is currently drafting detailed submissions to the police as to why they should not disclose the information.

What is a DBS? | Solicitors for DBS

For further information, please see our previous article:

If you seek to challenge the content of your DBS Certificate, then please contact Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors.


Helen Holder
020 7936 6396 | 0121 449 9888 | 07989 521210

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