If you have been wrongfully accused read this fact sheet now and our other fact sheets here

WHAT WE DO

It is only those who have suffered from wrongful allegations of abuse, and their families and friends, who truly know how devastating they can be and how the damage can remain with them for the rest of their lives.

FACT is a UK based "not for profit" organisation run by a national committee and volunteers. It was founded more than 16 years ago to help innocent victims of wrongful allegations of abuse in a work setting.

We are here to help those who presently or have previously worked in positions of trust whether paid or unpaid, and their families. We try to help them to cope with the stress and trauma of wrongful allegations of abuse, and move their lives forward.


If you need someone to talk to call our HELPLINE on 0843 289 2016


INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

Through FACT’s support work we are uniquely placed to not only understand but to build up information and knowledge of the scale of the problem and how it effects society as a whole both in the UK and internationally. We hold two conferences a year: times for mutual support, for both victims and relatives and for them to access expert views on ways of responding to their problems. A time for people to know they are not alone. As many victims of wrongful allegations feel isolated in the wider community they find it a very important part of recovery to share their experiences with those who understand what they are going through and whom they can trust.

FACT Blog

Prominent men are said to be suing the Metropolitan Police

Lord Bramall and Paul Gambacinni are suing the Metropolitan Police according to the Daily … [Read More...]

Presumed Guilty

'Presumed Guilty' is Simon Warr's new book about his ordeal of being wrongfully accused. … [Read More...]

Lies, damned lies and statistics: misinterpreting data on child sexual abuse

Anyone who has been wrongfully accused of child abuse will know how difficult it is to convince … [Read More...]

The Fascinating Phenomenon of False Memories

Notes on a lecture on Friday 18th November 2016, at the Forensic Psychology Unit, Goldsmith’s … [Read More...]

What it’s like to be wrongfully accused of rape

This facebook diary relates the story of one person's experience of being wrongfully accused of … [Read More...]

How Common are Wrongful Allegations of Child Abuse?

Why is it so important to know how many allegations of child abuse are wrongful? … [Read More...]

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Members News

Winter Edition of FACTion available now

The Winter edition of FACTion has now been published, with many subjects of interest. Read about the … [Read More...]

New FACTsheet on how to cope with a false allegation

A new FACTsheet has been prepared based on the experience gleaned by some members who were falsely … [Read More...]

Call for people’s experiences of Church safeguarding processes

One of our members is concerned about the Church of England's safeguarding process and has made the … [Read More...]

Warning to the Wrongfully Accused, Keep your Records for Life

It is understandably tempting to think that after 4 years it might be safe to dispose of documents … [Read More...]

Autumn Edition of FACT Newsletter

The autumn edition of FACTion can now be downloaded … [Read More...]

Jim Hepburn

We were very sorry to hear that Jim Hepburn died suddenly while attending the United Against … [Read More...]

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Important:

F.A.C.T. is a UK-wide voluntary organisation run by lay people. It exists to support carers, teachers, other professionals (and their respective families) who have been falsely accused and/or wrongly convicted of abuse or misconduct; and to campaign on their behalf for improvements in investigative practice and for reform of the criminal justice system. The views expressed in these pages are merely opinion. Any help that we give is provided on the basis of members' experience of relevant issues which may, or may not, suit individual circumstances. Visitors who rely on any information do so at their own risk. F.A.C.T. accepts no responsibility for the way in which anyone viewing this site may wish to interpret and/or use the contents or information contained herein. If you have been falsely accused of abuse or misconduct you should immediately seek advice from a competent and experienced solicitor and continue to do so throughout the investigative period.