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It won’t provide you with information held about you on local police force systems, such as statements, incidents you’ve been involved in, or records of interviews If you want information like this, or further details relating to any specific offence, you will need to contact the relevant police force
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The ACRO Criminal Records Office (ACRO) issues police certificates to people who want to emigrate or have been required to produce a police certificate (sometimes known as a “certificate of good
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The Home Office has produced detailed MLA The UK has declared that the central authority to which requests for conviction information should be made is the ACRO Criminal Records Office (ACRO
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Home; About NPoCC; Areas of work; Mobilisation; UK Disaster Victim Identification Unit (UK DVI) Team; Contact us; NPoCC Section 22a Agreement; ACRO Criminal Records Office and Police Certificates enquiries Telephone: 02380 479 920 Email: customer services@acro pnn police uk Acro police uk
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You are required to furnish an ACRO Police Certificate issued within 6 months of the date of the visa interview Information on obtaining the police certificate is available from the ACPO Criminal Records Office (ACRO) website This police certificate covers the whole of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- Justice minister slams ‘breaches of criminal law’ in partygate . . .
Scotland Yard has made at least 50 referrals for fixed penalty notices (FPNs) – up from 20 at the end of March – to ACRO Criminal Records Office, which is responsible for issuing the fines Mr Johnson is understood to have been present at six of the at least 12 events being investigated