The following organisations are each contributing and taking part in Falsely Accused Day. Click on their title to open their web page in a new tab.
Supporting Victims of Unfounded Allegations of Abuse’ is a nonprofit Company (known as FACT) and is UK wide. It is a membership based, voluntary organisation run by an elected national governing committee accountable to its directors and members.
The Defendant is a not-for-profit organization that was launched from our kitchen table, in the middle of a pandemic, with a new baby – we hope you will join us as we take our very first steps on this journey!
Our project will provide practical and emotional support to defendants struggling to navigate the criminal justice system, via a website and a helpline. Now more than ever, accused people need information about procedure and timelines and they need mental health support. Solicitors and barristers simply do not have the resources to provide the emotional support a defendant needs. There is a lot of information that people accused of crimes don’t know, and need to know. This website is the first step of our campaign to fight for defendants’ rights to support, followed by a helpline to deliver the information that the accused need to know from the moment an investigation starts, to the end of their trial.
Accused, Convicted or Imprisoned – we are here for you at each stage. Experienced Consultancy, Mackenzie Friend, Guidance and Support.
Regardless of what has happened, here at Easyjail pride is taken with regard to the ability to enable people to move forward. A complete package can be provided, from arrest – through to license expiry. Having first hand experience of the Prison System and its many pitfalls, places Easyjail perfectly to guide you through the many processes, hurdles and endless amounts of bureaucracy. By using this bespoke innovative consultancy service, you can be assured that the future is brighter and closer than you think.
FASO is a voluntary organisation dedicated to supporting anyone affected by false allegations of abuse. False allegations affect people in all walks of life, in personal or professional contexts, and often without any warning or forewarning. FASO is here to support you.
The name SAFARI stands for “Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information” and, as the name suggests, we provide powerful and positive information that is likely to be of use to those who are in a position to make necessary changes in the UK’s investigative and judicial systems, those who have been affected by false accusations (including the family & friends of victims) and those who have suffered from being pressurised into making false accusations.
The British False Memory Society (BFMS) is a registered charity formed in 1993 to deal with issues relating to false memory.
False memory is the phenomenon in which a person is convinced a memory is true when it is not. It was first postulated and diagnosed more than 100 years ago. More recently, clinical evidence suggests it is more widespread than had previously been appreciated.