Welcome to the RMB section of the Web Site.

The RMC hope you are all keeping well. As a POA member you benefitted from the essential cover that membership of the union gave you. Now that you’ve retired you can still have access to our range of benefits and deals and play an active part in your union by becoming a retired member.

Committee Members

  • Pete Hancox Chairman
  • Tony Jackson Secretary
  • George Freeman Committee Member
  • Pete Jackson Committee Member
  • John Dauncey Committee Member

 

Benefits

The Prison Officers Association welcomes into the Retired Members Section all those Members who have retired from the Service and who retained their membership at retirement. Members of the Retired Members Section will receive the following benefits:

  1. Membership
  2. The Association Diary
  3. All copies of the Gatelodge journal
  4. Access to all commercial Benefits negotiated for full members.
  5. Access to the Benevolent fund to those who contribute set amount determined by
    conference.

Fear of Crime and Victimisation Survey - Can you help?

As always the RMC is committed to looking at different aspects that may help to promote the RMB. We have received a request from a University student to assist her study on Crime and its effect on those concerned.

Should you wish to be part of her study the details are as follows;

https://salford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/fear-of-crime-and-victimisation-survey

You as individuals have the experience and knowledge that we believe would be the ideal material for her dissertation. If you would like more information, you can contact Georgia Reay at g.a.m.reay@edu.salford.ac.uk

Thank you for your attention on this matter and we hope there will be a good response from our members.

The Retired Members Committee

Don’t delay, join today and continue your association with this proud Trade Union that cares for past and present members

Representing over 30,000 Prison, Correctional and Secure Psychiatric Workers, the POA is the largest UK Union in this sector, able to trace its roots back more than 100 years.