The notion behind CRB checks may seem sensible, but in practice there is almost an presumption of guilt about the whole thing. One cna be ina  job and be requierd to repeaetdly prove one's innocence throughout one's tenure – it's unnecessary, embarassing, costly and intrusive for the majority of innocent people. How much money could be saved by the closure of the CRB quango?

Why is this idea important?

Most people are innocent of crime. Having a system where one has repeatdly to demonstrate one's innocence is intrusive and humiliating. Thinking of everyone as a potential criminal is demeaning and controlling toa paranoid degree. The scheme is a costly burden on the taxpayer and business.

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