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Read our blog posts containing some of the latest updates, tips and advice around Disclosure Services and PVGs...
We shared some important updates and reminders for those interested in PVG checks or Disclosure Services. Please read through the details.
In the light of recent press coverage regarding historical abuse allegations, Volunteer Scotland Disclosure Services (VSDS) wish to remind you of the support and guidance available for the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) process, your recruitment of volunteers and paid staff and in relation to the safeguarding of vulnerable groups.
We shared some 'updates and reminders' in with our Disclosure Services customers recently.Read through the Newsletter here.
The Protecting Vulnerable Groups scheme has now been in operation for over 5 years. Volunteer Scotland Disclosure Services are working with Disclosure Scotland...
Reforms will allow those with minor criminal convictions to put their past offending behaviour behind them, supporting them to become productive members of society.
Do you know what to do if you an applicant has lost their PVG number?
Find out what the most common mistakes are on forms
It is your responsibility to ensure the person completing the application form is who they say they are by checking their identification.
We recently conducted an evaluation to give you, the customer the opportunity to highlight your views on our services.
We are now offering a hands-on workshop on the completion of PVG disclosure applications.