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Supporting innocent victims and survivors of wrongful allegations of abuse in an occupational setting
Carol Felstead’s father describes how his daughter developed false memories of abuse after receiving hypnosis purported to recover repressed memories. Dr Julia […]
Anyone who has been wrongfully accused of child abuse will know how difficult it is to convince others, whether police, social services […]
If you had a memory of being abused as a child and someone told you that this was a false memory, this […]
“I have enormous respect and empathy for those who are sexually abused. I believe that their hands should be strengthened by the […]
‘Behind The Blue Line My fight against racism and discrimination in the Police’ By Gurpal Virdi, will be published on January 18th […]
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The Winter edition of FACTion has now been published, with many subjects of interest. Read about the Henriques Report, the phenomenon of false memories, the experience of being falsely accused of rape and much more. You can download the magazine here.
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.
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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.