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Supporting victims of false allegations of abuse in an occupational setting
Gareth Jones was a care worker who was convicted of sexual assault in 2008. Gareth who has learning difficulties was working in […]
You could be forgiven for not having heard of the Gillen Review. The Criminal Justice Board in Northern Ireland commissioned this review […]
The winter edition of FACTion magazine is now available for download here. This issue focuses on the 2018 Autumn Conference of FACT […]
Daniel Berke of 3D solicitors was our main speaker at our Autumn conference. He has published a video where he explains the […]
‘Nick’ alleged that he had been sexually abused by a number of VIPs including Ted Heath; Leon Brittan, Lord Bramall and Harvey […]
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Sister Frances Dominica OBE, DL, FRCN
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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.