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  1. #1 Default What's the difference between a caution, reprimand and warning? 
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    Having to obtain a CRB as I will be working with children.

    Says have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence or received a caution, reprimand or warning?

    I mean does a warning for example mean like a telling off in public from an officer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivingProof View Post
    Having to obtain a CRB as I will be working with children.

    Says have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence or received a caution, reprimand or warning?

    I mean does a warning for example mean like a telling off in public from an officer?
    what did you do ?
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    what did you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmTheWumAndOnly View Post
    what did you do ?


    I am getting CRB because it's an obligation even if you don't have a criminal record for what I will be doing.

    I have a clean criminal record.

    Only once was I given a talking too when I was 18 and messing around with some mates after a night out... singing loudly etc. That was it though, but does that count as a warning? Or would I know about if I have had a warning before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivingProof View Post


    I am getting CRB because it's an obligation even if you don't have a criminal record for what I will be doing.

    I have a clean criminal record.

    Only once was I given a talking too when I was 18 and messing around with some mates after a night out... singing loudly etc. That was it though, but does that count as a warning? Or would I know about if I have had a warning before?
    what did you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfcstlouis View Post
    what did you do?

    ****ers
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivingProof View Post
    ****ers


    Unless the police took down your info and held you for a bit before releasing you without an arrest, you probably didn't get a warning, and it probably wasn't documented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivingProof View Post


    I am getting CRB because it's an obligation even if you don't have a criminal record for what I will be doing.

    I have a clean criminal record.

    Only once was I given a talking too when I was 18 and messing around with some mates after a night out... singing loudly etc. That was it though, but does that count as a warning? Or would I know about if I have had a warning before?
    no.
    thats just a bottom spank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfcstlouis View Post


    Unless the police took down your info and held you for a bit before releasing you without an arrest, you probably didn't get a warning, and it probably wasn't documented.
    Thanks mate.
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    Naaa getting told off verbally without any written report is nothing.

    How on earth would they police that and check it.

    Just tick the no offence box.
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    I've gotten warnings from traffic cops before. For this or that I was pulled over, they ran my license and plates for any warrants our outstanding this-or-thats. Came back clean and they were either nice, or not arsed to ticket me, but because they logged my name when they ran the record, they just 'warned' me officially, no charge though.
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