Just an idea...
Anyone can apply for an enhanced CRB check certificate - working in some locations eg a school require that anyway so if you are worried about what information is held on you, maybe apply for one yourself, check all the details are accurate and update them if they are not.
That way, when it comes to the time you need one, you will be fully aware of what information is held.
I thought was was only the standard check you could apply for yourself.
Partway down this https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check/overview page it says "You can't do a criminal records check on yourself" then a bit lower "If you need to run a check on yourself, you can get a ‘basic disclosure’ with details of any unspent convictions from Disclosure Scotland (anywhere in the UK)."
I've recently been through an enhanced check and being me, read all I could about it. That page contains links to all sorts of questions you may have about the procedure.
Spot on the ball Strawberry!!
I looked into this myself.
You can not get the enhanced CRB details yourself.
What happens, you apply for a job. If it is a position which may require an ENHANCED CRB check. That requirement goes to the police commissioner who mays a judgement call on if that information needs to be disclosed. For example, a normal CRB check would not disclose information for anything you had been arrested for but not charged. An enhanced CRB check would may disclose that information.X
The local police force may decide to disclose information they deem relevant for an Enhanced check. There have been moves recently to tighten up on this because things that really weren't relevant were being added on. I don't think the commissioner gets bothered with these things!