29/04/2019

Showing racism the red card

Show Racism the Red Card (SRRC) is an anti-racism educational charity, founded in 1996, which uses the high-profile status of football and football players to help […]
29/04/2019

An interview with Leroy Rosenior

Show Racism the Red Card Vice President, Leroy Rosenior, is set receive an MBE for his services to anti-racism education thanks to his work supporting SRRC. […]
29/04/2019

TUC Women’s conference “Sisters in Solidarity”

I recently had the opportunity to attend this year’s TUC Women’s Conference at Congress house in London.This year’s conference was under the banner of “Sisters in […]
29/04/2019

Support for disabled members

I’m Richard Clark and have been a Napo member for over 15 years. During this time I have taken on a variety of branch roles, including […]
29/04/2019

Battling the Orwellian world of immigration

Having completed a twenty year ‘stretch ‘working as a Probation Officer in London in 2010. I started to look around for new and energising pathways into […]
29/04/2019

Get active get accredited

Napo is offering free training to members who want to become more active in the union. Whatever your current skill level or time you have available […]
29/04/2019

Napo is for all ages

Napo’s obligation to its older members Old people are often quite alert.  They have been known to stay awake until the afternoon. In addition, they are often militant, […]
29/04/2019

Join Napo Black Network

Are you committed to opposing racism and oppressive practices in both the workplace and the union? If so, then you should join Napo Black Network. Napo […]
17/04/2019

BBC Reports on rise in deaths of people on probation since TR

Earlier this week, the BBC reported that the number of people dying while on probation in England and Wales had risen by almost a third in […]
27/03/2019

Making a drama out of sentencing

Considering it was a cold and inhospitable night to see three short plays at the Rep Theatre in Birmingham, a warm atmosphere was created by an […]
22/03/2019

POA rally against violence, privatisation and “cruel” retirement age

Hundreds of Prison Officers marched through Westminster on Wednesday (20th March) demanding action against soaring levels of violence, an end to private prisons, and a fair […]
13/03/2019

Public Accounts Committee to question MoJ on TR

Following the damning NAO report earlier this month, the Public Accounts Committee, will now review the progress of TR since their last inquiry into the running […]