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Simply no, anyone can be accused of a criminal act however unless you are found guilty of that act then it will not show on your criminal record. There are different level of DBS checks however, this comes into effect when you receive a not guilty verdict but this was not the case for you as the charges were dropped therefore it will not show on you DBS check. It would be unfair to prejudice you for being accused of something that there wasn't even enough evidence to bring a case. so no, this will not show up on you DBS. The only potential issue you may will be if you were given caution instead of a charge, that may possibly show up if an advanced DBS check was done but his does not seem to be the case.
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