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    Do these go and do they show up on job or uni applications?
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Do these go and do they show up on job or uni applications?
    Having never had one, I'm not entirely sure but I'd imagine it would depend on a few factors:

    What it was for?
    The severity of whatever it was for?
    How long ago you go it?
    What your punishment was?
    Was a record made on your file?

    If the answer to the last one is 'yes', it will show up on your record but from what I remember from my General Studies module on the law, a caution serves as a warning BEFORE an actual punishment/prosecution, so potentially it won't show up on your records. I know most employers do ask about your criminal record and I'd imagine if you were to want employment where an enhanced CRB check is required, (criminal records check, for a social care position, working with children, working for the government) it may show up then.

    Try not to get in trouble with the law and your life will be infinitely easier!
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    today and joyriding

    I know not if a record was made, but details were taken and a fine was received and car was impounded.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    today and joyriding

    I know not if a record was made, but details were taken and a fine was received and car was impounded.
    If you get fined it is quite likely.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    today and joyriding

    I know not if a record was made, but details were taken and a fine was received and car was impounded.
    Then it is likely, yes.

    I know the government has recently clamped down on motoring offences, espcially in young people. Too many accidents happen on the roads today due to inexperience and selfless acts like speeding and "joyriding"...

    I hope a record was made and that maybe it'll stop you repeating the offence!
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    (Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
    Then it is likely, yes.

    I know the government has recently clamped down on motoring offences, espcially in young people. Too many accidents happen on the roads today due to inexperience and selfless acts like speeding and "joyriding"...

    I hope a record was made and that maybe it'll stop you repeating the offence!
    Don't you think it would work quite the opposite? Fundamental problem in the justice system. They should have executed me and all the towns first borns.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Don't you think it would work quite the opposite? Fundamental problem in the justice system. They should have executed me and all the towns first borns.
    Hardly.

    People need to be made aware of how dangerous their actions are. If offenders have a conscience, as it sounds as if you do (asking if you have a criminal record would suggest you care?) they understand their warning and do not commit the same offence again. If they, however, merely view the warning as getting off scott-free, then yes, a harsher penalty is needed!

    Killing first borns is a little extreme...
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    (Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
    Then it is likely, yes.

    I know the government has recently clamped down on motoring offences, espcially in young people. Too many accidents happen on the roads today due to inexperience and selfless acts like speeding and "joyriding"...

    I hope a record was made and that maybe it'll stop you repeating the offence!
    Complete illogical gibber gabber. Also you mean selfish rather than selfless - a mistake in contrast to 'typo'. :facepalm2:
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    He's a troll.

    :yawn:
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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    He's a troll.

    :yawn:
    How so?
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    (Original post by baby sexy)
    Complete illogical gibber gabber. Also you mean selfish rather than selfless - a mistake in contrast to 'typo'. :facepalm2:
    Apologies for my "mistake in contrast to 'typo'". It's late and my brain doesn't tend to function as well when I'm tired.

    Hardly "illogical gibber gabber".... How so?
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    How so?
    Oh, come on. :rolleyes:

    If it's any consolation, atleast I think you're funny. :giggle:
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    (Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
    Apologies for my "mistake in contrast to 'typo'". It's late and my brain doesn't tend to function as well when I'm tired.

    Hardly "illogical gibber gabber".... How so?
    I sympathise with you
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    I sympathise with you


    in an unrelated matter please can I have some rep, the liberals have all but zero'd me
    Thanks for the understading.

    I can't give any more rep today and in all honesty, it would have been negative for "joyriding"...

    Good Luck with your criminal record/warning/fine/car being impounded.
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    (Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
    Thanks for the understading.

    I can't give any more rep today and in all honesty, it would have been negative for "joyriding"...

    Good Luck with your criminal record/warning/fine/car being impounded.
    Ok I will edit my post before I get a rep whoring warning. Thanks for acknowledging my understanding.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Do these go and do they show up on job or uni applications?
    It shouldn't show up on your uni application per se.

    The only way the university should know is if you are required to do a CRB check (criminal record check). I had to do one of these for medicine.

    I'm pretty sure universities don't ask you if you have a criminal record.

    You do have to inform employers though.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Ok I will edit my post before I get a rep whoring warning. Thanks for acknowledging my understanding.
    :facepalm:

    Shame you can still see it in the quote in my post...
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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    Oh, come on. :rolleyes:

    If it's any consolation, atleast I think you're funny. :giggle:
    Lol, honestly I'm not a troll, but at least you think I'm funny, right!!
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    (Original post by Girl♥RadioHeart)
    :facepalm:

    Shame you can still see it in the quote in my post...
    it's 2:22 am, the Mods should be weary and scarce on their rounds.
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    It'll appear on a CRB check. I don't think it will show up on a Uni application. If a job requests you do a CRB check then yeah, they'll know.


    and you'll have to declare it when applying for insurance, as it's a driving offence.
 
 
 
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