If you have recently been given a police caution or have a criminal conviction for an offence such as having sex in a public toilet, this charge is likely to be disclosed following a CRB check because it is still a sexual offence. A penalty notice (a fine) or a police warning would not normally be disclosed by the police. However, the police may record the warning on a local police database. This warning could potentially be disclosed in an enhanced CRB check, though it is unlikely the police would do so for minor offences.
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