Can I clear my criminal record UK?
The only way to get your conviction removed from police records is to appeal against the conviction through the courts. You will need to seek legal advice if this is something you wish to pursue. I was told my conviction would be removed after five years. Why is it still on my record?
How long does a conviction stay on your record UK?
Can I be a nurse with a criminal record UK?
Nurses, midwives or nursing associates must declare any cautions or convictions, unless these are for a protected caution or conviction, when they apply to join our register or renew their registration with us. They also need to let us know if they become involved in criminal offending while they’re on our register.
What do you get a criminal record for?
A criminal record is a formal record, kept by the police, of offences for which you have been convicted (see below for the definition of a ‘conviction’). This means that your criminal record will only show offences where you have either pleaded guilty or have been found guilty of following a trial.
Does a police fine go on your record?
Tickets can also be issued for offensive language – it is entirely a matter for police. If a court finds you guilty of one of these offences instead and it imposes a fine or another penalty, it will go on your criminal record.
Does a fine show up on criminal record?
It is also known as a traffic record. Your driving record includes: records of any fines that you have paid, except parking offences. any traffic offences that you have heard in court where you were found guilty, including ‘section 10 dismissals’ (where the court finds you guilty but records no conviction).