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UNISON police staff committee urges members to reject pay freeze

UK government seeks to impose a pay freeze on most staff – which, with inflation at 3.9%, effectively means a pay cut

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‘Now is the time – have your say on pay’

Securing fair pay for hard-working members is UNISON’s top priority, as general secretary urges members to make sure their voices are heard

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Police staff unions angered by employers’ offer of a pay freeze

A freeze would mean a pay cut in real terms, as inflation is rising by all measures

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UNISON praises police decision to retain COVID protections

The decision was taken by the National Police Chiefs Council for England and Wales and will help to safeguard operational capability

UNISON says probation reunification needs proper funding

The union was giving evidence to Westminster’s justice select committee’s inquiry into the future of the service

Police unions seek improvement of pay offer

Employers offer nothing to address ‘the ongoing scandal of low pay in our police forces’, says UNISON

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COVID sees remaining 2020 conferences cancelled

President and general secretary announce decision, with social distancing and health and safety concerns set to continue for some time

Police staff unions ask for 6.5% pay rise (England and Wales)

‘Police staff are working above and beyond’ says UNISON as claim is submitted

NPS confirms it cannot pay probation staff 2020 increment on time

Unions in England and Wales demand talks with the National Probation Service after it fails to get sign-off from the Treasury

Police branches welcome new maternity support

Chief constables in Norfolk and Suffolk agree to increase maternity support leave by a third

Patel’s terrorism plans mean more resources needed for probation

UNISON warns that money will need to be provided in this year’s budget and spending review

Unions state concern for health and safety of prison staff

UNISON signs joint letter to prisons minister

Northumbria Police sign Dying to Work charter to protect terminally ill staff

‘Our officers and staff help so many people in their times of need – it’s only right that our organisations do the same’

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The nomination period is about to open for this year’s service group executive elections

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