Formal Adult Warnings Scotland.

Old Jan 10th 2013, 11:54 am
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Hello,

In Scotland it is common for people who commit minor crimes to be given a Formal Adult Warning by the Police, which apparently is often given for offences which would be granted Cautions in England but does not carry the weight of a caution.

I would like to know a) if these show up on ACPO certificates or cause ACPO certificates to be returned as "No Live Trace" as opposed to "No Trace" and b) as to whether they are treated as cautions/convictions and therefore render the applicant criminally inadmissible?

I appreciate that as these come after arrests, that the arrests must be declared regardless.
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Old Jan 10th 2013, 3:21 pm
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They amount to admissions of guilt. Most are unlikely to seriously affect a PR application.
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