Aaron's Department Online Disclosures

by Aaron's Department

  • Online disclosures, faster than paper DBS applications.

Online disclosures

Aaron's Department's provide an online disclosures, checking service where you can apply for your applicant's DBS Checks online. It is straight forward and simple to use and keeps you updated each step of the way. The system is directly connected to the UK Government's Gateway ensuring your applications are dealt with promptly. Ensuring your DBS results are returned much faster than the paper alternatives. Our online disclosures checking service is available to all Employers, charities and organisations who have personnel that need to have DBS checks done in order to perform their duties.


Registration is easy and takes less than 15 minutes to complete. Once your account is active you are quickly able to add your personnel to the system and invite applicants to complete their DBS application forms online. With our built in error checking software, rejected applications are a rarity. Once complete each DBS application form is reviewed and countersigned by our Signatories who then submit the DBS applications to the Government's Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

It's free to register

Registration with Aaron’s Department is free. We would encourage you to sign up, try our CRB check online service and see why our Clients use us for their Criminal records checks.

No Contract to use our DBS checking service

Don't worry, we do not like contracts either, our service is "pay as you go" which allows you to be more flexible with your checks and how you choose to do them and as there is no minimum requirement for DBS checks there is no better reason for you not to start using our service.

Our service is quick and painless.

DBS tracker

To assist you in better managing your staff's DBS checks, we provide you with an inbuilt DBS Tracker. This helps you monitor what stage each DBS application is at.
You are always kept up to date via email.

Criminal Record Bureau renamed

The Criminal Record Bureau UK (CRB) has merged with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012. The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is a non-departmental public body of the Home Office of the United Kingdom. Aaron's Department is a DBS Umbrella body providing an Online Disclosure service to organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Obtaining a Standard Criminal Record check or where required by law enhanced crb checks help identify candidates who may be unsuitable for certain work, especially work that involves children or vulnerable adults.

When should I request a DBS Check?

For the protection of your organisation you should have a strict recruitment screening policy, applying for a Disclosure and Barring Service Check should be part of this procedure. A DBS certificate needs to be obtained before an individual starts their employment or volunteering. The DBS certificate will contain information on previous convictions, to enable you to Identify “KNOWN” risks.

Online Disclosures
Our system for processing Online Disclosures saves Companies both time and money. Aarons Department's DBS checks are directly processed and error checked using our online system, delays are a thing of the past. It also avoids the distress that can occur when a paper check application gets lost in the post. The Online DBS checking system also allows its users to track and get email notifications each step of the way of their application.

DBS Check Testimonial ".......They are very helpful and efficient, I have been using them for over 13 years..........."
Lorraine Brooks
"After using paper applications for so long I was a bit sceptical about changing, but after looking at how easy and straight forward it is to sign up I would definitely recommend it"
Richard Turner

"Fantastic service for the DBS.

A speedy efficient service.

I will always use this company for my Applications"

Rachel Green
"Brilliant service..... it has definitely helped me get my staff into work faster than before"
Simon O'Donoghue


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