Neurodiversity in the workplace

Neurodiversity is becoming the popular terminology for dyslexia, development coordination disorder – previously known as dyspraxia, dyscalculia, autism spectrum along with attention deficit & hyperactivity disorder […]

HMP Stocken client fundraises for black education programme

On Friday 21 August, an HMP Stocken client will perform 8460 body-weight exercises to raise money for a black history education programme to be delivered to […]

Napo Saddened by the passing of Sue Hall

Napo has been deeply saddened at the news of the passing of Sue Hall. Sue was a stalwart of probation. Sue was the former Chief Officer for […]

Blog Post: Probation announcements

If January is anything to go by 2020 is going to be a significant year for Probation. Following on from a rocky couple of years which […]

Time to Shout Out

Politics has changed dramatically. Yet, many people still gain their political information from their parents, the media, or vote due to vague social customs. Unfortunately, political […]

Creative writing with Jeremy Cameron

Jeremy Cameron ran a ‘creative writing’ workshop again at this year’s AGM. Our budding authors were set the task of writing the opening scene of a […]

How will you use your vote?

Thursday 12 December is your chance to have your voice heard and shape the direction of the country. What matters most to you?

“Not Part Of the Job” Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The Equality Act 2010 is supposed to protect all workers from sexual harassment. However, the TUC have published alarming figures of sexual harassment experienced by women […]

Medical negligence concerns

With an increase in the incidence of meningitis in children in the UK; a recently reported article in the Manchester Evenings News is concerning and should […]

It’s enough to make you sick

Many members working in NPS who have first-hand experience of the Attendance Management Policy (PI 01/2017) will be well aware of the draconian and emotionally draining […]

Napo busy putting the human back into HR

The latest wave of HR processing problems in the NPS prove how the organisation, and its staff, continue to be vulnerable to unnecessary stress and anxiety […]

Longford Trust: unlocking service users’ potential

It is early summer in the Longford Trust’s office, and our small team is working through the 100 or so applications from serving and ex-prisoners who […]