All umpires are expected to hold and maintain their Disclosure and Barring Service Check, as they are in a position of trust and the majority of cricket matches will involve players under the age of 18.
On 1 December 2012 the CRB (who issued disclosures) and the ISA (who make barring decisions) merged to form the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). All reference on this website will now be made to DBS rather than CRB.
Who requires a DBS...
The minimum age for a DBS check is now 16.
How to get a DBS
Renewing your DBS...
DBS for non-UK residents...
With the ECB Non-UK vetting form the applicant will need to supply (1) a Police check / Certificate of good conduct from the Overseas Country and (2) a copy of the photo page of their passport.
For information on how to obtain a Police check / Certificate of good conduct from the Overseas County please see the link below:
For information regarding studying in the UK please see our information page: http://www.kentcommunitycricket.co.uk/coaching/course-information