On an enhanced CRB check the Chief Constable has the discretion to include "intelligence" as well as cautions and convictions so
whether or not they accept the caution it may still show up on an enhanced disclosure. It's no longer the Criminal Records Bureau handling
the checks it's the new Disclosure & Barring Service.
There is a case sue before the human rights court regarding disclosure of "intelligence material".
A scottish headmistress was investigated by police social services and the education authority for allegedly
smacking a child. She was cleared by all the investigations and no action taken but details of the matter were revealed in
her CRB which she had to update every 3 years to be able to teach.
It didn't affect her job as she was still employed by the same education authority who were aware of the matter and knew she had been
cleared. She argued that if she had gone for a job with a different education authority they may have not employed her and decided to go to
the human rights court. The case is still to be decided.
The whole question of "intelligence" was highlighted by the Ian Huntley (Soham Murder) case where Humberside police had intelligence
to the effect that Huntley had previously been suspected of sexual assault on young girls. This was not disclosed when he applied for
the caretaker job at Soham School.
Following this failure by Humberside police the ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) suggested that Chief Constables should be
able to exercise discretion and disclose such "intelligence"
It is interesting to think that Winstons was able to stay open when all the other Leeds parlours have been shut!
It's not the first time Winstons has been investigatedhttp://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/sauna-boss-pays-1-4m-1-3261271