Prioritise Safeguarding with Our Reliable DBS Services for Your Organisation.

If your group or organisation works with children or vulnerable adults, it may be necessary for paid staff and volunteers to undergo Disclosure and Barring Service checks (formerly known as CRB checks). DBS checks help organisations from the public, private, and voluntary sectors make safer recruitment decisions by identifying candidates who may be unsuitable for certain work areas, especially those involving contact with children or other vulnerable members of society.

What are DBS Checks?

DBS checks are background checks that help organisations identify past criminal activity that could make a candidate unsuitable for a particular role. They are necessary for anyone working with children or vulnerable adults, and even some positions that don’t require direct contacts, such as finance or IT, may still need a DBS check.

Services and Charges

Fees can be paid in advance by BACs, and we will issue you an invoice payable within 30 days. We offer two DBS checks:

Enhanced Staff Check

Our Enhanced Staff Check includes the DBS charge, admin fees, and VAT and costs £65.

Enhanced Volunteer Check

Our Enhanced Volunteer Check includes admin fees and VAT, costing just £15.

Next Steps to Completing Your DBS Check.

Getting started on your DBS check is easy. Call us at 020 8364 8400 or email to book an appointment. You will need to attend an online meeting to complete our check and authenticate your documents. The meeting will typically take about 10 minutes.

Information and Links.

  • To complete a DBS check, you need to provide your previous address details, including postcodes, if you’ve moved in the last 5 years.
  • If you’ve changed your name, you need to bring details of when your name changed.
  • Visit Gov.UK’s website for guidance on when to check someone else’s criminal record.
  • Gov.UK’s website provides information about the Disclosure and Barring Service, the application process, and tracking.