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    Okay,

    So a few days ago I was given a simple caution on 'outraging public display', Which sounds a lot worse to what actually happened in my perdicament.

    I want to go on to study teaching so I can eventually reach in a art and design college.

    Will the caution stop me from studying and eventually obtaining a job in teaching ?

    Someone please help I am so confused with everything.
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    Nope, but it will show up on your DBS search and you will be asked to explain it on your application or a panel. highly highly unlikely to have any effect at all. If worried contact the place you wish to study and am sure they will say just apply. its just a caution..
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    What happened?
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    It is incredibly unlikely to make any difference. I know several teachers who have far more substantial criminal records and, while they always have toi explain it when looking for a new position, it has never been much of an issue. This would, however, likely be different for those convicted of violent crimes.
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    Depends on the details
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    It would all depend on how serious the offence was.
    If it was only minor then its shouldnt be an issue.
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    To be fair as its recent yeah it would.. If it was ten yrs ago in your youth then no..


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