Important Customer Notices:
How long will it take to receive my certificate?
8th December 2013
Disclosure Scotland works within a Service Level Agreement to produce 90% of all types of Disclosure, for a correctly completed application with no further enquiries, within 14 calendar days. This is measured from the day we receive the application to the day of dispatch. Certificates are dispatched 1st class Royal Mail postage
As of 8/12/2013, we are processing correctly completed Police Act Disclosure applications and PVG Scheme applications, with no further enquiries, within our Service Level Agreement.
As some applications may require further enquiries, these applications may take longer than our quoted average turnaround time.
7 October 2013
Copy of letter to Registered Bodies to highlight the commencement of Annual Subscription collection for year 2013-2014. Annual Subscription Frequently Asked Questions.
The General Pharmaceutical Council
4 October 2013
PVG application forms request that the applicant includes their registration details with certain Regulatory Bodies. The PVG legislation and guidance notes make reference to the "Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain" with Regulatory Body Code 110.
The General Pharmaceutical Council has superseded the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. Until such times as the PVG legislation and guidance can be amended, applicants who are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council should include their GPhC registration number along with Regulatory Body code 110.