Prioritising Women’s Health in the Workplace

Napo’s one day seminar of Women’s Occupational Health was a great success. The seminar held at Napo HQ in London on 6 December was attended by over 30 women from all over the country. There was an excellent balance from all sections of probation and many new faces as well as some familiar ones.


They’re back!

It has been a while, but thanks to our good friends at the CSPA, offices up and down the country are about to get Napo-ised courtesy of our brand new 2018 wall calendars. Branches will have already received some to distribute to local offices, but if you would like more...


Have your say

Are you equipped to tackle synthetic drug use? In November last year HMI Probation published a joint report with the Care Quality Commission which found that better training and information sharing between agencies was needed to support clients addicted to synthetic...


Fancy spreading the word?

Small in size, big on content You may have noticed the magazine has been given a dramatic makeover. The cumbersome A4 format has been ditched in favour of something more compact. Its smaller size makes it easier to post and produce meaning...


Do we have your correct details?

Do we have your correct details? Keeping the records of thousands of members up-to-date is no mean feat which is why we need your help. If you have recently moved, changed name or are on long term leave from work please contact the membership department.


Scandalous CRC bailout investigated

Napo members would have been left reeling at the revelation government had handed over an additional £342m to failing CRCs over the course of 2017. Napo, Unison and GMB/SCOOP wrote to the National Audit Office requesting an investigation into the lack of transparency of the MOJ’s multi-million pound bail out of the CRCs and this is what it found: