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Old 11-06-2024, 08:41 AM
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AHAHAHAHA brother, trust me, you stand in front of court means there's already a record, I dunno who tell you don't have...

Since year 2000 and earlier, police already started patrolling areas at night and take IC of kids who stay up too late sitting under HDB blocks. A lot of these kids when they grow up, go to work etc, found out that their police record actually got say that they "violated" curfew by staying up at location xyz, at time abc and at what age etc.

You want to bluff on your job application, up to you la, if the company care enough can easily find your records through 3rd party vendor. Lots of people in Singapore also hold 2 jobs even though it's against company policy, some get caught when company HR contact CPF to check outstanding CPF dues and finds out that person X has exceeded CPF annual limit despite earning way below the threshold.

Like others said, don't bluff and play around with law in SG.
u are amongst those that kana spot check by polis is it?
sound so seasoned ah u



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u are amongst those that kana spot check by polis is it?
sound so seasoned ah u
ya sia bro seasoned with salt and pepper, feel like eating him

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ya sia bro seasoned with salt and pepper, feel like eating him
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Old 14-06-2024, 12:10 AM
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Very interesting feedback. I find that very insightful. Thank you.

Anyone else with similar or different insights, do share what you think. I appreciate and welcome all feedback.
I know someone who was arrested as a teen (under 16yo) for shoplifting. Went to court and was given probation. The probation officer told her that in future, she can indicate no on job applications if it asked whether she has been arrested / convicted of offence before.

This person went on to work in many hospitals as a nurse with no problem. Now already in her 40s

Does police have her records? Probably yes but maybe its not easily available to HR. The only time she was really checked was when she tried to adopt a baby. MSF really cleaned her out and found her juvenile record. BUT she got police clearance done and passed in the adoption application.
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I know someone who was arrested as a teen (under 16yo) for shoplifting. Went to court and was given probation. The probation officer told her that in future, she can indicate no on job applications if it asked whether she has been arrested / convicted of offence before.

This person went on to work in many hospitals as a nurse with no problem. Now already in her 40s

Does police have her records? Probably yes but maybe its not easily available to HR. The only time she was really checked was when she tried to adopt a baby. MSF really cleaned her out and found her juvenile record. BUT she got police clearance done and passed in the adoption application.
Maybe it is fundamentally a question of how honest one wants to be. A lie is a lie and the cost of telling untruths is the risk of being found out one day.

Anyway after a few days of angst responding on this thread it seems dreamlander has finally taken the advice to move on. This is sensible because at some point people have to decide and move on.

Can I suggest we dont revisit this topic cos if not the dilemma for dreamlander/friend continues. Some of the previous posts also not very nice . Its also not really helpful to give examples of loophole because it may not apply successfully in dreamlander/friend case & then who will they blame if something goes wrong?
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