Scotland

General News, Articles and Information from The POA North of the Border:

19 Dec 2013

The Scottish Annual Conference

Following the Scottish Annual Conference in October, Phil Farlie, SNC Chairman, takes the opportunity to thank some people and say well done to others, all of who contributed to another very successful conference.

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18 Dec 2013

2013 Scottish Conference

Andy Hogg, POA Assistant General Secretary (Scotland) reports on the Annual Conference of POA (Scotland) which was held in the Cardrona Hotel, Peebles, on 30 and 31 October 2013.

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16 Dec 2013

Levy & McRae Newsbrief: December 2013

Please find the Levy & McRae Newsbrief for December 2013:

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25 Nov 2013

St Andrews Day Publicity Posters

Please find attached pdf copies of posters and leaflets for the St Andrews Day March and rally. Paper copies for those who have requested them are also being dispatched.

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25 Nov 2013

Levy & McRae Newsbrief: November 2013

Please find the Levy & McRae Newsbrief for November 2013:

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08 Oct 2013

Circular: Pay Outcome

I am writing to inform you of the outcome of our representations to SPS in respect of the pay round 2013-2014 covering the main staff group and why as in the past two years you will not be balloted on the outcome.

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03 Oct 2013

Letter from Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Justice RE Pensions

"As you will be aware the Scottish Government opposed the attack on public pensions by the UK Government following the Hutton Inquiry..."

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03 Dec 2012

HMP Low Moss: Test bed

It is the shining new beacon of the prison estate in Scotland. But HMP Low Moss is more than just a building; it could be the model for the jails of the future

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05 Nov 2012

Prison officer union votes to reject union

POAS assistant general secretary: ďAt some point unions will have to take a view..."

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04 Oct 2012

Help Protest and protect yourself, Willie Carle, SNC

I, like you, have been frustrated and left feeling angry with the way we have been treated over the pension issues and the disappointing return of the numbers who participated in the ballot. All too often when I have been going round talking to members of this union I have been asked why should we protest? Nothing will change; we are already paying and will have to work to 68...

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