Help shape the future of Napo: Join Napo’s national TUO Committee

Napo is structured to be a member led trade union. What we do as a union is ultimately decided by you – the members! We need […]

The Family Court Section AGM took place on Thursday 4 October. This was a successful event which started with a lunch and ended with a social […]

Members get creative

Jeremy Cameron led a fringe meeting with a difference this year where members flexed their creative muscles and penned crime themed tales. Judges had a hard […]

Lessons from Lammy

During Friday’s probation professional session, panel members reflected on the Lammy review and the impact (if any) they had seen in their respective fields since the […]

What about us ask CRC members

As NPS members vote to accept a well deserve pay rise and future pay reform, members in the CRC would be forgiven for wondering if and […]

Reunification now

Ever since it was announced that offender management in Wales would be reunified with the NPS, the case for a complete reunification of the service in […]

Make Votes Matter

Make Votes Matter was honoured to attend the Napo AGM at the invitation of General Secretary Ian Lawrence, and delighted to meet so many union members. […]

Implementing OMiC in the NPS North East – ‘it’s good to talk’

The Offender Management in Custody (OMiC) model is another significant change for the NPS staff – particularly for our probation officers. I am the Implementation Manager […]

What the NPS Pay Deal means for the CRCs

Starting on Monday, 15th October, Napo will be balloting our NPS members on a new probation pay system. Although Treasury rules dictate that this offer only […]

Napo to ballot NPS members on probation pay offer

After prolonged negotiations aimed at reforming the probation pay system, a final offer has been made by the HMPPS. If accepted in union member ballots, the […]

Napo, democracy and you

Napo is potentially the most democratic trade union in Britain. Its supreme policy-making body is the Annual General Meeting (AGM) which takes place at Napo’s autumn […]

Liz Saville Roberts writes: the scandal of TR

It is painfully clear to all that former Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling’s Transforming Rehabilitation agenda of selling off two-thirds of the Probation Service to the private […]