Advice and support

Where individuals are found to be union members and exhibit values that are contrary to the above, members should report individuals to their branch officers and seek advice from their PCS headquarters official or the equality department.

PCS will not accept fascists

In order not to fall foul of the law, it is important the individuals acting against the union's equality values are properly dealt with in line with the union's rules and procedures.

The Prison Service as a public service employer has introduced as part of its terms of employment rules that allow them to dismiss anyone who is found to be a member of a racist organisation.

Departmental trade union sides in areas such as the DWP and Customs and Excise have also engaged in negotiations to adopt similar provisions in contracts of employment.

Contact your branch or group and ask about getting involved in campaigning against the far right.

Racial Incidents Hotline

PCS operates a 24-hour racial Incidents helpline. This is for PCS members only, to report incidents involving racism at work. 


Page last updated 28 October 2019

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