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I am sorry but it is not.
This is not a court of record so all that could be obtained is the clerk's notes rather than the transcript that would be available in the Crown Court.
You have to justify access to the clerk's notes and it would be refused for this reason. The only reason I have ever found succeeds is that you are the defendant and you are appealing. Even then they want you to show relevance of what was said at the Magistrates Court.
Also, to be wholly honest, I would not imagine the DBS would be interested in his conduct during the trial. The fact of the allegation will still show.
I'm very sorry but that is the position.
Can I clarify anything for you?