DBS1 may refuse to issue a criminal conviction certificate2, a criminal record certificate3 or an enhanced criminal record certificate4, or consider an application for an updated certificate5, for a corrected or replacement certificate6, for the removal of irrelevant information from a certificate7 or for a person's registration as a countersignatory8, unless the application is supported by such evidence of identity as DBS may require9. In particular, DBS may refuse to issue a certificate or consider an application for a replacement unless the applicant has his fingerprints taken at the prescribed place and in the prescribed manner
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