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|5 Apr 2018, 12:26 p.m.||Vetting||David Hanson|
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people waited longer than (a) 14 days, (b) 18 days, (c) 25 days and (d) 60 days to receive their Disclosure and Barring Service reports; and what the number of applications for Disclosure and Barring Service reports was by police force in each year since 2010.
Answer (Victoria Atkins)
The tables below set out the number of people who have waited longer than 14, 18, 25 and 60 days to receive their disclosure certificates*:
*To include Standard and Enhanced checks.
Data relating to the number of applications for Disclosure and Barring checks carried out by each police force in each year since 2010 is available, but due to the volume of data, it is not in a reportable format. Officials will ensure a hard copy of this data is placed in the House library.