When DBS have received your result, you will receive an email confirming this. This email will also contain confirmation of your automatic registration onto the Update Service. There will be an option to opt out of this service if you wish, with a link to do this.
If you do opt out within 25 days of subscription confirmation, your DBS will expire after 3 years, at which point you will need to make a new application if you wish to continue in a DBS required cricketing role.
If you choose to remain registered with the Update Service you will be contacted by the ECB via email every 12 months requesting permission to check your current DBS status. You may choose to opt out at this point (and deny the status check), in which case you will no longer be eligible to work with children in cricket. If you fail to respond to this email within 7 days, you will remain on the Update Service and a check will be carried out.
You may edit your contact or payment details on you Update Service subscription by visiting the link in your original email, or the one below and logging in:
For help with your Update Service subscription, you can call the DBS helpline on 03000 200 190.