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    I got caught when I was 13. lol
    I had to go to the station for fingerprints, some interrogation thing, and a tour of a prison to show us how bad it was.
    Um...the officer who took my prints said they would be erased from the database when I turned 18.
    Meh.
    I learned my lesson.
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Screw companies. They're screwing you.
    Fight the power man.
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    (Original post by Arctic_wombaT)
    cool, my cousin got caught shoplifting a week ago too. :woo:

    but he did it at the place he was working and got fired!!
    Wow stealing from the place you work at and go into every week....what a new level of stupid that really is!
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    To be honest, I think the worst they're going to do if he stole a pack of sweets is point a finger at him and tell him not to do it again. They'll contact his parents, which I think you mentioned, and that's about it - he may be banned from entering that particular store too.

    If it was something like stealing alcohol he may be cautioned. And then if he was a 'real badass' and opted for armed robbery, he'll probably be charged for it and have the court decide the punishment.
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    A few mates of mine were caught stealing from the local sainsburys, no fines or police involved- the store just banned them from entering for life!

    I once ****** up all the pc's in pc world by rebooting them in safe mode and doing stupid things, so they banned me from entering the store, but that was 5 years ago, and i go there all the time now
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    (Original post by sk88)
    A few mates of mine were caught stealing from the local sainsburys, no fines or police involved- the store just banned them from entering for life!

    I once ****** up all the pc's in pc world by rebooting them in safe mode and doing stupid things, so they banned me from entering the store, but that was 5 years ago, and i go there all the time now
    Glad I'm not the only one that used to mess with computers in stores :yep:
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    Wow stealing from the place you work at and go into every week....what a new level of stupid that really is!
    yeah i agree, the worst thing is that im not surprised at his stupidity!
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    (Original post by Celtic_Anthony)
    Now it's spent at the point it is given.

    Used to be different.
    Ah, fair do's then...wouldn't it still show up on an enhanced disclosure though (There's 3 levels of disclosure, I'm talking about the most stringent one)?
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    (Original post by The Referee)
    Ah, fair do's then...wouldn't it still show up on an enhanced disclosure though (There's 3 levels of disclosure, I'm talking about the most stringent one)?
    Thankfully, I'm not in a position to know. However, you do not have to disclose it and I don't think it shows up on a CRB (?) whatever that is.

    Apologies, all my knowledge was used up in the last post.
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    People used to (and probably still do) shoplift in my local Co-op all the time. A friend of mine went in with a Co-op bag put a couple of bottles of wine in it and strolled out. I suppose it can't be that hard considering the majority of employees struggle to speak english or have mental health problems.
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    (Original post by Celtic_Anthony)
    Thankfully, I'm not in a position to know. However, you do not have to disclose it and I don't think it shows up on a CRB (?) whatever that is.

    Apologies, all my knowledge was used up in the last post.
    Looks like I wrong, there's 2 levels of disclosure and a caution would show up (source, CRB website)

    (Posted for general info only)
 
 
 
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