06/03/2020

The need for political literacy

December 2019, was a wake-up call.  A wake-up call to the urgent need to give the next generation the tools needed to defend themselves against misinformation […]
06/03/2020

The problems with plastics

The UN intergovernmental panel on climate change, the IPCC, is categorical in its conclusion: climate change is real and human activities are the main cause. Climate […]
06/03/2020

Do you want Branch Reps training?

Want to get more involved in your branch? How about becoming a Napo rep? There are still dates available for people who want to step forward […]
06/03/2020

Wales Probation: Partly Partially Reunified

December 2nd saw the reunification of Offender Management in the NPS in Wales. Or rather, the reunification of case-holding staff. Napo Cymru has fought, and continues […]
06/03/2020

Nicola joins the HQ Team

The November 2019 NEC was pleased to approve the nomination of Nicola Taylor-Ebong as new Vice-Chair (Cafcass). This post remained vacant at the end of the […]
06/03/2020

Pay your Napo subs by Direct Debit – You know it makes sense

Congratulations to Marcin who won £150 of Virgin Experience vouchers by making the switch to direct debit by 1 December 2019. Last year, we emailed members […]
06/03/2020

Recruit a friend

Last year’s recruit a friend campaign was a roaring success. So much so that we decided to extend the offer into this year. Napo HQ wants […]
06/03/2020

Article 39 and Napo

Joseph Scholes took his own life in 2002 aged 16, in Stoke Heath YOI, by hanging himself from a bedsheet tied to a window bar. He […]
26/02/2020

#March4Women on International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th March 2020, we will be holding two events in central London: an indoor rally at the Southbank Centre, […]
21/02/2020

Workers Memorial Day – Tuesday 28 April

Workers Memorial Day is an annual event that is marked by safety campaigners all over the world. The day is an opportunity to remember those who […]
21/02/2020

Responding to harmful work related stress

Employers have a legal duty to remove, or control, risks as far as is reasonably practical. That includes the risk of work-related stress. Failure to do […]
07/02/2020

Arts charity seeking trustee with criminal justice background

Growing arts charity the Irene Taylor Trust (ITT) is looking for a new trustee with a background in the criminal justice sector to join its welcoming […]