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PNC offence processing – resulting only

Add remands, non-court and court disposal history.


This course enables users to:

  • explain the different types of disposals, including non-court disposals
  • enter and amend court results
  • record subsequent appearances and breaches of court orders

Key topics

This course covers how to:

  • add remands and breach of bail
  • disposal types and non-court disposals
  • enter and amend court results
  • add additional offences and subsequent appearances
  • record breaches of course orders

Key details

Qualification eligibility

MV or NPPV3 vetting.


It is essential that learners:

  • have successfully completed the PNC names enquiry course (three days)
  • complete the PNC update pre-course workbook prior to attending the course
Practitioner group

Individuals who are required to update the disposal history on a PNC record.


Two days.

Course contact
Additional information
  • This is an assessed course, meaning an 80% pass mark needs to be achieved to successfully complete the course. 
  • Learners who require the PNC offence processing pre-court functionality as well are recommended to attend the consolidated PNC offence processing course (five days) instead. 
  • Individuals will be accepted onto this course with RV or NPPV2 vetting as well, however please note that these vetting levels are not sufficient to be granted live access to this functionality.  


At present, the College does not deliver PNC offence processing – resulting only courses as part of its scheduled ICT training, but can deliver them where a specific demand for this training exists. 

This could either be delivered at the College’s Ryton site or at an organisation’s own site, provided the venue meets the system’s technical requirements.

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