Mo Mohammed says it’s one thing for public services to recruit a diverse workforce but another to retain it
Probation Alliance, including UNISON, writes to justice secretary David Gauke
More police forces are using more volunteers in more roles as they reduce the number of staff they employ – so UNISON asked forces in England and Wales to try and explain what is happening
UNISON surveys 4,500 police staff members on issues facing them as home secretary conducts ‘frontline review’ to ‘better understand’ service’s experience and needs
The 2% pay rise in England and Wales will be backdated to 1 September 2018
Conference discussed the importance of supporting and recruiting disabled staff and of supporting staff with mental health problems
UNISON’s police and justice sector heard of the many problems caused by privatisation in the justice sector at their national conference.
There was outcry at UNISON’s police and justice conference today at the new lists that bar police staff from jobs for life.
Pay reform in the police and probation service was the first topic of this year’s police and justice service group conference
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea addresses police and justice conference
Rising crime rates can no longer be ignored by the government.
This is the last chance saloon for the probation service and rescue plans proposed by the MoJ just don’t cut the mustard.
This research finds levels of sexual harassment consistent with that reported in police forces internationally as well as other workplace surveys.
The number of reported crimes ending with a suspect in court has dropped along with police staff, while the use of volunteers in the police force is on the rise