Buyer found for Holloway Prison

It was announced today that Holloway Prison has been sold to a housing developer in an £81.5m deal. The site is expected to provide 1,000 homes […]

Implementing OMiC in the NPS North East – ‘it’s good to talk’

The Offender Management in Custody (OMiC) model is another significant change for the NPS staff – particularly for our probation officers. I am the Implementation Manager […]

Napo General Secretary, Ian Lawrence, took warm greetings from Napo members working within the whole CJS to the Prison Governors Association Conference this week. Addressing the […]

Quick questions with: The Clink’s CEO Chris Moore

How and why did The Clink come into existence? Today’s challenge is that there are 86,413 adults in prison in England & Wales (82,403 men and […]

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 […]

Women in the Penal System – new inquiry launched

The Parliamentary Group on Women in the Penal System, chaired by Baroness Jean Corston and Victoria Prentis MP, has recently launched a new Inquiry into the […]

Caught in a revolving door

When Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) was launched, its proponents heralded it as a justice revolution. What has borne out instead is an initiative riddled with problems; including […]