Hessle Road Network offer a professional and comprehensive DBS application service
We are a registered Umbrella Body
What is the DBS Disclosure Service?
The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) was established under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and merges the functions previously carried out by the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
The DBS Disclosure Service uses records held by the police, the Department of Health and the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) to make thorough checks on all staff working or applying to work with children and vulnerable adults.
Why is a Disclosure required?
When you apply for certain types of job you may be asked to apply for a criminal record check. These are generally jobs that mean you:
will be working regularly with children or vulnerable people
will be working in an establishment that is wholly or mainly for children
will be working in healthcare
have applied to be a foster carer, adoptive parent or childminder
A Disclosure allows employers to make informed recruitment decisions and helps prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups including children.
As part of our service we will:
Supply you with DBS Disclosure application forms and easy-to-follow guidance to help you complete applications. Send applications to the DBS within 24 of hours of receipt (unless queries arise). Handle all information securely and confidentially in line with the DBS Code of Practice. Carry out ID checking and authorisation, unless you wish to nominate someone from your organisation to do this. Offer advice on DBS policy and procedure.
"Humberside Fire and Rescue service have used Hessle Road Network for over 5 years to process DBS checks for our staff. We have always found the service provided to be of a very high standard, with prompt turnaround of applications and excellent customer service" - Humberside Fire and Rescue Service.
"Hull Churches Housing Association has used the Hessle Road Network DBS Disclosure Service for a number of years. We have always found their service speedy and efficient with regard to the supply and processing of application forms. They provide us with regular updates, on all changes to DBS policy and procedure and respond to any queries with clear explanations and advice. Their administrator is helpful and well informed and acts as useful countercheck applications forms submitted by the Association's nominated ID verifier" - Hull Churches Housing Association limited
"Hessle Road Network have always been very supportive in our applications to them. Very friendly and approachable whenever I have had a problem, quick responses and always at the end of the phone to help. New updated information always sent out and ready to explain when we don't understand. A big thank you from Preston Road Women's Centre!" - Preston Road Women's Centre
“We’ve been thoroughly impressed with the fab service at Hessle Road Network to help our self-employed contractors secure a DBS quickly, efficiently and effectively. The process was easy and straightforward." - Life Skills Hub
Enhanced Check - Paid Workers £75 Standard Check - Paid Workers £55 Standard or Enhanced Check - Volunteers £25
Hessle Road Network 1 Massey St St George's Rd Hull HU3 3LA
01482 606077 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hessle Road Network is a company limited by guarantee (No 04360117) registered in England and Wales and a registered charity (No 1097519). Registered Office : Network Young People’s Centre, 1 Massey Street, Hull HU3 3LA.