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ACRO CERTIFICATE APOSTILLE CERTIFICATION UK
National Police Chiefs Council ACRO Criminal Records Office Check
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What is an ACRO Certificate?
An ACRO Certificate is a document produced by ACRO (Association of Chief Police Officers, Criminal Records Office) who make use of the PNC (Police National Computer) to make an account of your history of involvement with the Police and judiciary services whilst in the UK.
Have an ACRO Certificate legalised with a UK apostille certificate by The Apostilles Group from just £65
Includes FCDO fee of £30
Your document will be transported using Royal Mail's Guaranteed Special Delivery service to the FCDO Legalisation Office and using the FCDO's preferred carrier, DX to return to us
Who can get an ACRO Certificate?
Anyone can apply for an ACRO Certificate, even if you've never been to the UK, you can apply for a certificate which will state you have never been in trouble with the Police in the UK.
What do I need to get an ACRO Certificate?
There's a definitive list of FAQs on the ACRO website here, but in short, you will need;
10 year address history, a passport photo, a copy of your passport, proof of current address, someone to confirm that they know you (not family).
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ACRO POLICE CERTIFICATE UK APOSTILLE
Things to remember
An ACRO is different to a DBS Certificate (Disclosure and Barring Service) and if you apply in Scotland, you will receive a Disclosure Scotland Certificate. These documents have different requirements and are dealt with on their own pages.
Only the original ACRO document can be apostilled. No photocopies will be accepted, even if they have been certified by a UK Registered/Practicing Solicitor.
REASONS YOU MAY NEED AN ACRO POLICE CERTIFICATE LEGALISED
New employer requests proof of your criminal record
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR ORDERING ACRO CERTIFICATES
You must provide ONE proof of your current address from the ‘Proof of current address’ list here. Your current address is where you live now and can be outside of the UK. Any proof of address that is not in English must be translated into English. The UK driving licence paper counterpart is not an acceptable proof of address, even if it shows your current address.
One document that shows your name and current address, which is valid and in-date:
- Full driving licence or provisional driving licence
- ID card from your country of residence
- Medical or health card
- Immigration document
One document dated within the last 12 months that shows your name and current address:
- Utility bill (this does not include a mobile phone bill)
- Bank or building society statement
- Credit card statement
- Pension letter or statement
- Letter from central, regional or local government department
- Letter from an employer on headed paper
- Letter from a school, college or university on headed paper
- TV licence
- Letter from a bank
- Letter from a medical service
If The Apostilles Group are to apply for an ACRO Police Certificate on your behalf, we will need a short, dated letter written from the address you are specifying as your current address. All it needs to say is:
To Whom it may Concern,
I grant authorisation to The Apostilles Group to apply for an ACRO on my behalf.