Hampshire Constabulary’s staffing cut by nearly a quarter, says UNISON

Concerns raised that cuts have hampered the ability of the force to combat serious and violent crime

UNISON mourns the loss of Sean Amey, Surrey Police Branch

Sean Amey was a Detention Officer and UNISON Rep in Surrey Police Branch. Sadly Sean passed away on Sunday 24 January after testing positive for Covid-19 before Christmas. He was 52. We are in deep shock over what has happened, and Sean’s loss has reverberated throughout the Branch and his local police force. Julie Marshall Branch […]

UNISON will continue to oppose ‘outrageous’ exit payment plans

Thousands will suffer in retirement due to government’s public sector exit-payment cap, says UNISON

Justice Select Committee Report Slams TR

The Justice Select Committee Report on Transforming Rehabilitation was published in June and UNISON responded on the same day to its findings. The Committee has delivered a damning Report on TR and its detrimental impact on service users, communities and staff. The Report bears out what UNISON has been saying for years, that TR has […]

Former Police staff could be owed back-pay says UNISON

Scores of former police staff employed by Hampshire Constabulary and Sussex Police who left their police force after September 2017 could be owed hundreds of pounds in back pay under an agreement negotiated by UNISON. The issue potentially affects former police staff working across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, East Sussex and West Sussex  and relates […]