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 following request for information. Please contact her at the email address below. “I am a member of FACT and concerned about the development of unjust safeguarding measures in the church. Publicly, concerns were raised about the the Church […]

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 which are closely connected to the trauma of being falsely accused. A word of caution. We are finding that the records you hold may, at some point, be the only records which exist. Even the most important […]

Autumn Edition of FACT Newsletter

The autumn edition of FACTion can now be downloaded

Jim Hepburn

We were very sorry to hear that Jim Hepburn died suddenly while attending the United Against Injustice conference on 8th October. To quote Ros Burnett, “he was such a dependable member of the committee, and brought a welcome sense of humour, and also matter-of-factness to our committee discussions. Everybody liked him. He was committed to […]

Stuart and Katy Kerner’s Speech at the FACT Conference

At our last FACT conference Stuart and Katy Kerner told us about their terrible ordeal when Stuart was wrongfully accused. Read their speech here.

Appointment of FACT President

We are delighted to announce Sister Frances Dominica OBE,DL,FRCN who shared her own experiences of being falsely accused in her talk at FACTs 2016 Spring conference has agreed to accept the role of FACT President. Her experience and determination to offer a voice for the voiceless as well as to raise awareness of the horrors […]