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Will a No Further Action show an Arco police certificate?


Will a No Further Action show an Arco police certificate?

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I'm trying to figure out whether an arrest which resulted in No Further Action would show alongside a simple caution for the same incident, on a ARCO Police Certificate?

I'm ustj curious as to whether a No Further Action would show up or not in such an instance.

Thanks.
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JamesT - 8 Jul 19 9:47 AM
I'm trying to figure out whether an arrest which resulted in No Further Action would show alongside a simple caution for the same incident, on a ARCO Police Certificate?

I'm ustj curious as to whether a No Further Action would show up or not in such an instance.

Thanks.

A police certificate is a list of cautions and convictions, so a No Further Action would not be shown. It would be shown on a police subject access request.

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As Chris Stacey said: Although its not formally part of the sentence that is handed down in court, the criminal record that someone comes away with effectively becomes a second sentence, which can have a long-lasting, if not lifelong, impact.

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