Great boost for Edridge finances

‘The Edridge Fund of Napo was pleased to accept a cheque for £2,065 from Marion Colverd of the Trade Union Fund Managers (TUFM) in a presentation […]

Aurelius’ statement on the future of Working Links CRC inaccurate

Napo has made strong representations to senior HMPPS management following the innaccurate statement by Aurelius earlier this week on the  future of the Working Links CRCs. […]

Implementation of the NPS Pay Award

At the most recent Trade Union Engagement meeting (where the Unions meet with the NPS Employer) the NPS confirmed that 400 people had been overpaid by […]

TUC conferences coming up

  Napo is currently seeking nominations from branches for members to attend the TUC Disabled Workers Conference and the TUC LGBT+ conferences as speaking delegates. TUC […]

IT chaos – Napo demands fair treatment for members

The IT outages across probation, courts and other users of the DOM1 IT services over the last three weeks have had a huge impact on Napo […]

Napo achieves major concessions on ViSOR vetting and resolves dispute.

Napo National Chair and General Secretary Ian Lawrence report. We have been in dispute in relation to ViSOR vetting for some months due to the significant […]

Napo deluged by media requests

Developing stories around the NPS IT failures and accommodation for sex offenders saw Napo take part in a range of media activity this week. GS Ian […]

IT failures wreak havoc across the service

Napo today issued a briefing to members on the IT chaos across probation. It is thought the glitch was caused by a system upgrade and has […]

Approved Premises rotas and DWNC contracts

Ever since the publication of the AP model duty rota as part of the E3 change programme, Napo has had cause to challenge many of the […]

NPS staff who transferred from Capita and the pay award

We have had queries from members who transferred from Capita to the NPS about when they can expect their offer letters with regard to the pay […]

Campaign wins right to judicial review on ’50s women’s pensions

A date has now been set for a Judicial Review hearing against the Department for Work and Pensions over the raising of the pension age for the […]

Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revoution

2019 marks the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. The Cuba Solidarity Campaign is running events throughout 2019 to celebrate the gains Cuban workers have made […]