Prison Officers Association

Prisoners left in squalid conditions as Carillion failed to deliver.
'This dangerous situation is likely to go from bad to worse.'
An elite group of specially-trained prison officers had to be deployed to jails in England and Wales 580 times last year
Follows rise in attacks on police, firefighters and paramedics.
A new law to protect emergency services workers from assault in the line of duty is set to get the go-ahead from the Government
An international manhunt is now underway for a murderer who escaped custody during a hospital visit conducted with “woefully
Authorities have control of a landing on a wing at the category B training prison on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent that had
'It's a powder keg and it’s waiting to go off.'