Criminal convictions and insurance: briefing for insurers

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Date of publication
1 January 2016
Social welfare
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Unlock briefs on recent changes to legislation on how third parties can access criminal record details and legislation determining when convictions become spent.

The briefing aims to help insurers understand disclosure periods for offences under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, promote good practice when asking for criminal records and provide guidance to insurers on the proper channels for accessing unspent conviction histories.

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