Napo Union

22/07/2019

Rally against outsourcing draws big names

It was a privilege to be invited as one of the principal speakers at Parliament last week where the PCS Union and the Trade Union Co-ordinating […]
22/07/2019

Napo – here for you wherever you work

The implications of the Government u-turn on Probation represents a considerable addition to our already challenging  bargaining agenda. The transfer of Offender Management work (along with […]
17/07/2019

Napo Health & Safety Reps really do make a difference

Napo’s Health and Safety Representatives have a key role to play in workplace health and safety.  They work with employers on health and safety by representing […]
17/07/2019

On the fringe at Napo AGM

Work continues on the programme for this year’s AGM in Cardiff (11th and 12th October). We now have a nearly full programme of lunchtime and early […]
08/07/2019

Napo seeks new Transfer Agreement – Wales is the immediate priority

Napo and the Probation unions have commenced negotiations with HMPPS on the Staff Transfer and Protections Agreement. This will facilitate the movement of staff and offender […]
05/07/2019

Statement to Members

NAME OF UNION       Napo STATEMENT TO MEMBERS ISSUED IN CONNECTION WITH THE UNION’S ANNUAL RETURN FOR PERIOD ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2018 AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 32A […]
01/07/2019

The ‘Mixed Market’ and the lessons from the Serco UPW Fiasco

Whilst Napo members will welcome the Government U-turn which will see the transfer of Offender Management work to the NPS England and Wales by April 2021, […]
25/06/2019

Win/Win with Edridge 50/50 Club

Have the fun of a flutter for a good cause every single month by becoming a Friend of Edridge and joining our 50/50 Club. This is […]
21/06/2019

Let justice be done

I recall with measured pride leaving the famed court one of the Central Criminal court (Old Bailey) en route to the 2014 Scarborough Napo AGM having […]
21/06/2019

Oral Reports: quality vs quantity

The delivery of reports to court has developed since 2011, and the implementation of the Offender Rehabilitation Act (ORA) 2014 has seen further changes in the […]
21/06/2019

Thirty Years of Electronic Monitoring in the UK

First in a three-part Electronic Monitoring series by national officer, David Raho. Electronic Monitoring (EM) is essentially a form of electronic surveillance. It can take many […]
21/06/2019

Working with Women with Personality Disorder

Women’s pathways into forensic settings differ from men’s. In particular, women in forensic settings, whether in prison, hospital, or the community frequently share histories of multiple […]