27/06/2018

NPS pensions in chaos

As reported recently, the plethora of problems with pensions in the NPS has led to Napo taking the matter direct to Ministers to seek redress. Last […]
13/04/2018

Offender Management in Custody – Napo’s view

Napo has published a briefing for members setting out the union’s view on Offender Management in Custody (OMIC). Napo members understandably many questions about the model […]
13/04/2018

Napo goes into dispute on IHER chaos

Napo has registered a formal dispute with the NPS over the continuing maladministration of the Ill Health Early Retirement process within the LGPS pension scheme. Since […]
13/04/2018

Impact of minimum wage rise on NPS

The National Minimum Wage increased on 1 April to £7.83 an hour. This might not seem to be a massive amount but it actually means that […]
14/02/2018

Politicians briefed on NPS Shared Services Failings

Napo brought members’ many, serious, concerns about problems with the NPS’s flawed Shared Services setup to the attention of politicians last month. In January the union reported to the Justice Unions and Family Courts Parliamentary Group...