Your work as a photographer will bring you into close contact will all members of the public so you will need to take a basic DBS check to confirm you are suitable for this type of role.
Basic DBS checks are conducted by the Disclosure and Barring Service on behalf of the Home Office. These checks are a widespread measure for a vast range of frontline roles and involve a formal criminal records search.
DBS checks are used to safeguard the public, particularly children and vulnerable adults.
A DBS check for a photographer will search for any unspent criminal convictions or conditional cautions. It can be requested by you or your employer. It will not include any spent convictions.
You will need to show your DBS certificate to commence employment. The DBS certificate will display any unspent criminal convictions or conditional cautions found.
To find out more about a basic DBS check for a photographer or to complete yours online today, visit our home page now or call 0333 030 0446 to discuss your application.