I thoght I had answered your follow up question. But yes I believe I was disqualified from working with children.
Yes that's right a police caution. I was also automatically put on the sex offenders register for 5 years but that is long since past.
I've no idea I was just told at the time that I would be on something called List 99 and would not be able to work with children. This was eleven years ago; maybe things were handled differently.
As I said I've no idea how it worked. I just was told that I couldn't work with children, I was put on a 'list' List 99 I think it was called, cautioned and received all my computer equipment back in the police car park. Ever since then I've not attempted to apply for work to teach.
Sure, I can wait, thanks.
Sure, carry on.
Thank you for the response.
Why was list 99 deamed as unfair and could this be grounds for appeal?
If you could recommend any firms specialising in this sort of work I would truly appreciate it. I should never have accepted the caution in the first place it was a deal to stop the police taking things to court, something I've been regretting for all these years.
Can I check that I am actually on this new list before engaging in further process, also can I check on what a CRB check would look like now to a potential employer, assuming that they request the 'enhanced' check (or what ever the CRB check is called for potential employees who may work with children)?
I want to find out what position I'm actually in right now before engaging a barrister. Thank you very much for this help
Last query on this I think... you have been very patient with me. Is there any way I can access information on successful/unsuccessful appeals with the ISA, so I can see what sort or precidents have been set?
Thank you again
Is it possible to see past appeal cases with the ISA and their outcomes just to see what sort of things are successful or is it all done behind closed doors?
I just need to know this so as to help me to decide whether to engage a barrister or not.
Thank you again and that should be it, you've been very helpful.
Thank you again but are you able to answer my last question...
Is there a way to view the outcomes of previous appeals to the ISA.