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What does the security vetting involve?

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Security vetting checks are made on you and your immediate family. Financial checks are also carried out on you.

Convictions, cautions and fixed penalty notices (road traffic and recordable offences) will not necessarily preclude you from appointment with us. It will depend on the nature and circumstances of the offence.

All convictions for any past offences, formal cautions by the police (including cautions as a juvenile) and any bind-overs imposed by a court must be declared. This includes traffic offences such as speeding, drink driving offences, fixed penalties for motoring, disorder and theft offences and any appearance before a court martial. Spent convictions must also be included.

Failure to disclose any convictions, cautions and fixed penalty notices will result in your application being terminated.