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"The school can confirm that all of the usual pre-employment screening checks were carried out in relation to the appointment of this man, including checks through the Criminal Records Bureau and these checks revealed nothing to cause concern.
The upheld disputes fell under the Department for Education, Independent Safeguarding Authority and the Criminal Records Bureau.
We expect the partners with whom we have contracts to ensure all appropriate Criminal Records Bureau checks are undertaken."
There will be no requirement for either the Criminal Records Bureau or the Independent Safeguarding Authority to relocate as part of the transfer process.
"For Merthyr Tydfil Council to inform students of such a major change at the start of term is simply unacceptable as is their demand for these teenage students to undergo Criminal Records Bureau checks before being allowed on the college bus," he said.
Gwenda Thomas, Deputy Minister for Social Services, said, "It is not acceptable that in some places Criminal Records Bureau checks have not been made consistently.
All staff who work with children now need to have clearance from the Criminal Records Bureau confirming there is nothing in their past which suggests they may be a risk.
The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) was established to vet people working with children.
They were cleared for work by the Criminal Records Bureau because their crimes - committed abroad - had not been added to official records.
The club says it was told by Stockton Council its Santas must be checked by the Criminal Records Bureau. But in response, the council said this was simply given as advice.
Digital communications agency Redweb has announced that it has merged two former websites of the UK Criminal Records Bureau (CRB).
# A central database should be set up containing information about doctors from the GMC, the Criminal Records Bureau and the NHS Counter Fraud and Security Management Service.