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Retention and deletion of police cautions and convictions


Retention and deletion of police cautions and convictions

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Debbie Sadler
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Our helpline receives many calls from individuals enquiring about the removal of cautions and convictions from the Police National Computer.

We've just updated our information, setting out the process which needs to be followed when applying to have cautions/convictions removed and the likely chances of success.

We have previously sought information from solicitors regarding the deletion of cautions and have been informed that as the acceptance of a caution requires an individual to accept responsibility for their offence then, it's unlikely that it would be possible to have a caution removed.

If you've been through the process and successfully had a caution or conviction removed, we'd love to hear from you.




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