15/03/2021

Trade Unions winning support for domestic abuse survivors

TUC Yorkshire & Humber hosted a fringe meeting on the above subject at this year’s Women’s TUC. Dr Gemma Wibberley of the University of Central Lancashire […]
04/03/2021

Should I stay or should I go?

Pandemic The idea people that people are seeking an exit from NPS, even at a time of increasing economic uncertainty, is back on the agenda. Many […]
04/03/2021

A day in the life of being a National Vice Chair in Covid time

A day in the life of being a National Vice Chair in Covid time: Carole Doherty The night before I decide to collate all paperwork and […]
01/03/2021

CATCH UP: Napo and PJ Webinars

Last month, Napo and the Probation Journal teamed up to bring you a series of webinars and a Q&A session based on a recent special issue […]
31/01/2021

WATCH: RESETTLEMENT AND THE CASE FOR WOMEN

Napo has teamed up with the Probation Journal to bring you a series of webinars based on a recent special issue of the journal guest edited […]
27/01/2021

New resources from HM Inspectorate of Probation

HM Inspectorate of Probation inspects probation and youth offending services across England and Wales. The Inspectorate has launched two new resources: ‘Effective case supervision for adults’ […]
25/01/2021

WATCH: POST-SENTENCE SUPERVISION: A CASE STUDY OF THE EXTENSION OF COMMUNITY RESETTLEMENT SUPPORT FOR SHORT SENTENCE PRISONSERS

Napo has teamed up with the Probation Journal to bring you a series of webinars based on a recent special issue of the journal guest edited […]
18/01/2021

WATCH: RESETTLEMENT AFTER SHORT PRISON SENTENCES: WHAT MIGHT WORK IN ENGLAND AND WALES

Napo has teamed up with the Probation Journal to bring you a series of webinars based on a recent special issue of the journal guest edited […]
25/11/2020

Napo NEC calls for campaign to break the pay freeze

Napo’s National Executive Committee, meeting today, unanimously passed an emergency motion calling for an immediate campaign to break the government freeze on public sector pay. The […]
25/11/2020

Probation and Family Court Union Expresses Anger Over Proposed Pay Freeze

The announcement of a proposed pay freeze for public sector workers has caused serious anger amongst staff in Probation and Family Courts. An emergency motion passed […]
25/11/2020

Edridge Winter Fuel Allowance Fundraising Campaign

Calling all Napo Retired Members: the Edridge Fund needs your support to help it continue to carry out its vital work supporting colleagues in need in […]
20/11/2020

Union outrage at Pay Freeze announcement

Members will no doubt have seen today’s media reports that the Government are threatening a public sector pay freeze in 2021 and perhaps even longer, except […]