Expanding on this
Not only voluntary work but also regular employment, I hope one day someone can rationalise the difference between the following around spent and unspent convictions when it comes to employment.
Joe blogs goes for an interview, he has an unspent conviction that becomes spent next month, so disclosed to the interviewer what it was. Was offered the job, then withdrawn by HR due to the conviction.
joe blogs goes for an interview, he has a spent conviction that became spent last month, he did not disclose was offered the job and started with the company.
Whats the difference??? It’s the same person in the same job, just because he has an unspent conviction does not make him more of a risk, is society then saying that a person over night can become less of a risk overnight because there conviction is considered spent the next day compared to the previous day 🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
where is the logic ????