Over the many years that FACT has been in existence, a vast amount of experience has been gathered and is offered here in our resources section.
If you need support by phone or email see our home page for further information.
- Briefing Papers
- Books About False Allegations of Abuse
- How to prepare for a police interview
- How to Appeal
- How to claim court expenses and legal costs if you are acquitted
- Other helpful organizations
- Getting insurance if you have been convicted
- How to fund your legal action with “CrowdJustice”
- Help with housing
- Examples of Miscarriages of Justice and Wrongful Allegations
- Help with cleaning up your online reputation
- If you are from the United States of America
- Why False (or Wrongful) Allegations Happen
- Key Research Into False Allegations
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.
FACT 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.