Frequently Asked Questions - Vetting Faqs
Currently Police Vetting can take up to 16 weeks.
You are required to complete the eVetting process with the National Vetting Bureau as it is a requirement of registration.
eVetting will involve the following steps:
1. Download eVetting Invitation Form (NVB1) from CORU website - available for download here.
2. Complete eVetting Invitation Form.
3. Attach proof of identity and current address to completed eVetting Invitation Form.
4. Post completed eVetting Invitation Form and attachments to CORU.
5. You will receive an email inviting you to apply for vetting online (within 1 week).
6. Follow the link in the email to complete the eVetting Application Form (NVB2) online.
7. You will be notified by e-mail when the eVetting outcome has been received by CORU.
For more detailed information about the eVetting Process, please see the Guidance Notes.
Police Vetting is a requirement of registration.
No, the Registration Board must conduct police vetting independently. The National Vetting Bureau information on individuals cannot be shared by organisations.