Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate (DBS) |Kangs Solicitors


Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent a health care professional in relation to information the Police want to include on his enhanced DBS.

The information relates to allegations made by a number of third parties about the way in which our client allegedly treated his elderly mother over a 10 year period.

The Police want to include the details of these allegations notwithstanding that they are unsubstantiated and, mostly, hearsay.

None of the allegations has ever been put to our client and the first he became aware of them was when he received the disclosure notice from the Police.

The content of these unsubstantiated allegations could have serious ramifications for our client’s future employment should the Police disclose them on his enhanced DBS.

Kangs Solicitors are instructed to challenge the proposed disclosure by the Police.

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

Email: smicklewright@kangssolicitors.co.uk
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