How Long Does a Police Caution Last?

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Police cautions take about five years or more depending with the type of caution issued. There are several types of cautions a police may issue for instance, a simple caution for a less serious crime and a conditional caution for minor crimes.
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In the UK a police caution can last for up to one year or even longer. The actual length of time is dependent on the severity of the caution. These cautions can be used in a criminal trial and they can have a massive impact on a court's decision.
A police caution always remains on a person’s record. There are only exceptional circumstances when it is removed though these incidences happen rarely.
depending on the offense at least 5 years
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They may be spent but will show up on an Enhanced CRB until you are a 100. Nothing in the UK is ever wiped. UK.
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A police caution will be recorded and can be used for various purposes. The length of time that these purposes can be used varies. The caution can be brought up at a police station
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Juvenile records - convictions prior to age 18 - are "sealed, meaning that they will not appear in most background checks and need not be revealed to prospective employers. If
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