FACTsheets

General Information

Read this if you have just been falsely accused. What happens next?

You Might You be Next- a warning to all those who work with, or on behalf of children and vulnerable adults

How to cope with a false allegation. Coping with a false allegation of historic abuse in care or teaching

Police

Arrest and Interview – getting the best out of a police interview

Employers: (Workplace)

The investigating Officers Duties A brief summary of the the responsibilities and duties of an Investigating Officer in disciplinary proceedings/employment) hearing.

Disciplinary Hearings – summing up for the accused A model framework for summing up for the accused in disciplinary (employment) hearing.

Investigative Practice

What Happens Next? I have been accused – what happens next.

Falsely Accused: Top Tips Top ten tips for when you have been falsely accused.

Legislation, the Law and Legal Practice

Lobbying and Campaigning

Prison and Parole

Prison: coping with arrival A former prisoner gives some advice on how best to cope with imprisonment.

Parole Matters A guide for falsely accused people in prison seeking parole. Please note: This FACTsheet was first published in 2007 and although it contain some useful information it is no longer up to date.

Readers are advised to look at the Government’s overview on Parole for details of recent changes in law and practice

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