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Mental Health Section

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by vikingmaid, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. My OH had a nervous brakedown, which resulted in being detained under the Mental Health act for his own safety over night. This happend 3 months ago. He is now back at school, taking medication and getting counselling. However this morning he got a letter from the police to fill in that will look at his CRB check. He is really concerned that this will effect his ability to teach. Has anyone had one of these? Should he fill it in, or get Union advice in what to put. It seems we go from struggling with one stresful situation to the next. Please help if you can advise.
     
  2. My OH had a nervous brakedown, which resulted in being detained under the Mental Health act for his own safety over night. This happend 3 months ago. He is now back at school, taking medication and getting counselling. However this morning he got a letter from the police to fill in that will look at his CRB check. He is really concerned that this will effect his ability to teach. Has anyone had one of these? Should he fill it in, or get Union advice in what to put. It seems we go from struggling with one stresful situation to the next. Please help if you can advise.
     
  3. Torey

    Torey Occasional commenter

    Hi-Sorry to hear that things aren't too good. Has the school requested a new CRB check?
     
  4. No it has come from the Police direct?
     
  5. Torey

    Torey Occasional commenter

    Sorry I've never heard of the police requesting a CRB check. Surely they'd be able to access all the information without doing this? Are you sure it isn't the school requesting it? I'd ask for advice from your union. You may need more specialised advice and could ring CRB yourself and contact MIND's legal team.
     
  6. Torey

    Torey Occasional commenter

    The CRB helpline is 0870 9090 811
     

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