This check establishes if an individual has a criminal record and it is only available for anyone currently residing in the United Kingdom.
This check provides what is referred to as a Certificate of No Conviction or Certificate of Judgement and it is only available for current UK residents. For residents of all other countries, we'll guide and assist the individual in making a Subject Access Request (SAR) for the certificate and then validate it.
A Certificate of No Conviction will contain the following personal information:
- Full name
- Personal identity number
- Date and place of birth
- Names of the individual’s parents
If no disclosable information is held on record, this will be stated immediately beneath the personal information.
If there are criminal convictions, the certificate will be titled as a Certificate of Judgement. In addition to the individual’s personal details, the certificate will contain information about all spent and
All “spent” and “unspent” convictions are listed and remain indefinitely on an individual’s record.
The main categories of criminal convictions in Serbia are:
- Violence against the person (Prinuda)
- Sexual offences (Silovanje)
- Burglary or robbery (Kradja)
- Fraud (Prevara)
- Criminal damage (Šteta nastala izvršenjem krivičnog dela)
- Drug offences (Neovlašćena proizvodnja, držanje I stavljanje u promet opojnih droga)
- Motoring offences (Ugrožavanje javnog saobraćaja)
In Serbia, criminal records will become “spent” after the following periods of time have elapsed:
- For fines and custodial sentences of up to 6 months – 3 years
- For custodial sentences between 6 months to 1 year – 5 years
- For custodial sentences between 1 and 3 years – 10 years
- For custodial sentences between 3 and 5 – 10 years