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Supporting innocent victims and survivors of wrongful allegations of abuse in an occupational setting
19 May 2017
One of our members is running the Vitality London 10K race on Bank Holiday Monday (29th May). FACT relies on volunteers and […]
9 May 2017
By Dr Ros Burnett, first published by the Justice Gap in March 2017 www.thejusticegap.com About Ros Burnett Dr Ros Burnett is a […]
11 Apr 2017
The following is a blog by Brother Gerard. FACT is not affiliated to any religious organisation, but it is hoped that this […]
6 Mar 2017
What follows is a shocking story of how a wrongfully accused teacher lost everything. His career, his home, his reputation and of […]
26 Feb 2017
“The Shocking Case of David Bryant” is the title of an article in this winter’s FACTion, our magazine. David Bryant was a […]
24 Feb 2017
The Winter edition of FACTion has now been published, with many subjects of interest. Read about the Henriques Report, the phenomenon of […]
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This new book, Wrongful Allegations of Sexual and Child Abuse, is edited by Dr Ros Burnett (Centre for Criminology, University [read more…]
The Perfect Scapegoat is the true story of a naive twenty-year-old girl unwittingly caught up in an investigation into alleged [read more…]
‘Presumed Guilty’ is Simon Warr’s new book about his ordeal of being wrongfully accused. This is the publisher’s description ‘On [read more…]
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.
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.