15/06/2018

That Times article – Are the CRC contracts going to be terminated early?

Members may be aware of an article published in ‘The Times’ Newspaper yesterday in relation to the CRC contracts and the possibility that they may be […]
08/06/2018

Napo GS elections underway – use your vote

The election process for Napo’s general secretary is well underway.  Members are being asked to choose between current GS Ian Lawrence and former POA chair Mike […]
08/06/2018

Napo members invited to participate in research study

Kathryn Bramford, who is a Professional Doctorate student In Criminal Justice at the University of Portsmouth, is undertaking a research project titled: “Practice wisdom and the […]
01/06/2018

Join the conversation: join the Forum

Yesterday (Thursday 31st May ) was the first meeting of The Forum since the hugely successful Forum Conference held in November last year.  As this was […]
25/05/2018

Napo challenges SFO jurisdiction decision

At a recent NPS TU Engagement Meeting it was confirmed to the unions that a decision had been taken NOT to transfer SFO investigation to the […]
25/05/2018

Gauke briefed on NPS Probation Crisis

Napo has now written to the David Guake, and to the Bob Neill, Chair of the Justice Select Committee, to brief them on the continuing problems […]
18/05/2018

Napo and UNISON members stage joint protest over pay

Napo and UNISON members working in probation have today staged protests demanding a fairer pay deal and process. Members took to the streets with placards and […]
27/04/2018

Napo and UNISON call for NPS & CRC members to protest pay

Napo and UNISON are organising a day of protest on Friday 18 May for members in the NPS and CRCs who are frustrated with 2017 pay […]
23/04/2018

Praise you like they should

Napo issued a press release crediting staff working in London CRC for the “clear and at times impressive” improvements to the service highlighted in the most […]
23/04/2018

Implications of Brexit on the criminal justice system

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies is holding a series of “roundtable” discussion on the implications of Brexit for the Justice System. The first on, […]
23/04/2018

Telling the Justice Select Committee like it is

Napo’s involvement with the Justice Select Committee’s investigation into the function of TR continued last month when we, along with Unison, were asked to provide oral […]
23/04/2018

A big conversation

Napo Cymru Branch organised an impressive event at the Welsh Assembly last month, bringing together practitioners, third sector providers, social campaigners, writers and representatives of organisations […]