Unions publish joint claim which also calls for two lowest pay points to be deleted
England and Wales pay claim seeks 5% increase, while addressing a number of issues, including annual leave disparity
The proportion of police staff from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (BME) employed by police forces in England and Wales has fallen dramatically, says UNISON research published today (Wednesday). There has been a drop of nearly a third in the proportion of BME police community support officers (PCSOs), according to an analysis of Home […]
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
Rising crime rates can no longer be ignored by the government.
This research finds levels of sexual harassment consistent with that reported in police forces internationally as well as other workplace surveys.
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UNISON general secretary speaks at union’s police and justice service group conference
The number of police officers on our streets – so called bobbies on the beat – are frequently covered in the media. But we hear less about how many police staff those officers have working with them.
Unions have cut a deal to improve the work-life balance of thousands of police staff as cuts to forces mean smaller workforces, UNISON has announced today (Thursday). As a result, police support staff will be able to exercise greater control over their working lives and improve their well-being at a time of increasing job-related stress, […]
UNISON releases latest survey showing effect of policing cuts on community support officers and neighbourhood policing in England and Wales
Serious crime is on the rise again after years of steady falls in offending, and UNISON believes government cutbacks in policing are to blame. Keen to encourage people to vote in the police and crime commissioner elections on 5 May, UNISON is launching a campaign to provide the public with the facts about police cuts. […]