Our Junior Adventures Group applicants who are applying for a Police Check enter their name, email address, phone number and job description when requesting an application. Once we receive this, an ESG team member will send an application to you. When a team member sends an application to you, you will receive both a [...]
Our Individual applicants who are paying for their own Police Check enter their name, email address, phone number and bank details when requesting an application. Once we receive this, an ESG team member will send an application to you. When a team member sends an application to you, you will receive both a text [...]
When applying for a police check for Allambi Care, you should enter the job position and location of the job you are applying for, not the job title you have currently. For example; Job Position: Youth Support Worker, Foster Carer etc. Place of Work: Allambi Care TOWN, STATE (in which you will be working) [...]
The Junior Adventure Group have put together a Policy and Procedure in regards to Police Checking. To view this Policy and Procedure click Here.
If your Applicant disagrees with their police check results, they have the right to formally dispute the accuracy of the check outcome in whole, or part. If they choose to dispute the police check result, you must first contact Employment Screening Group and request an NPCS Dispute Form. The applicant must include as much additional [...]
The answer is yes. In the portal you will see a live view of the progress of each criminal history check you process. You will also see when the last time the criminal history check was opened by the applicant.
The answer is yes. It is very simple to upload bulk criminal history checks in our portal and we even give you a template in which to use. The template can be download straight out of the portal.
What is the Process of registering for National Criminal History Checks? 1. Complete registration form 2. One of our experts will contact you should you have any questions 3. We send your details to the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) for approval 4. Once we receive your approval from the ACIC we create an account [...]
The information you provide, including copies of your ID and also your police check results, are protected under Privacy Law. This means, that there are rules about how your personal information is to be used, stored and disposed of. In receiving your police check results, your employer must also adhere to these rules. For more [...]
When a criminal conviction is ‘Spent’ this means that a sufficient amount of time has passed since the conviction. Spent offences do not have to be disclosed to any other person including when applying for a job. A standard National Police History Check (NPHC) will not include spent offences. Different jurisdictions in Australia have varying [...]