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Unfortunately, there is very little prospect in reality of having the disclosure removed.
However, the fact you worked for the last 15 years in a similar situation, working with vulnerable adults, without incident, certainly goes in your favour and the relevance of which should not be under estimated.
I'm afraid, in all reality, it is very much likely to be the case of explaining away the contents of the police disclosure rather than preventing them coming out.
It is possible to make representations to the police, to the effect that certain information ought to be removed from their computer systems. In reality, it is extremely difficult, impossible in most cases, to succeed in doing that.
Many thanks for your advice, it is pretty much as I thought it would be.
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