There are plenty of web sites to research your false allegation.  Some are misogynistic – casting doubt over women who allege rape.  This is not helpful – most people tell the truth.  We have listed a few of the more credible sites here.

Support to victims of false allegations FaceBook Closed / Private group.  The largest UK-based support group, with over 1,500 active members who are affected by a false allegation.  You need a FaceBook account to request to join. As a private group, anything you post here will not appear on your newsfeed.  And your membership of the group will not be visible to any friends who are browsing your profile.

Daftmoo An odd name for an older UK forum discussing false allegations of rape and other sexual offences.  Requires registration.

FASO UK-based False Allegations Support Organisation, covering criminal allegations that are likely to go to trial

PAFAA/SOFAP People Against False Allegations of Abuse / Support Organisation for Falsely Accused People.  Run by the knowledgeable campaigner, Helga Speck

Two US-based sites: Community of the Wrongly Accused (COTWA) and


Allegations made by people with personality disorders

People who make false allegations of a sexual nature are unusual.  They often have psychiatric problems, such as a Cluster B personality disorder.

Out of the Fog This web site has been set up to support people who have lived with someone with a PD.  There’s a good forum too.

Allegations involving the abuse of children

British False Memory Society  Allegations that often surface years later.  Responsible, well-maintained site.

FACT (UK) Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers

Five Percenters  Information for people fighting allegations of shaken baby syndrome

Organisations for fathers and families

FRG Family Rights Group.  Advice to families of children who are involved with social services because of welfare concerns

Parents Against Injustice Support to parents who feel they’ve been wrongly accused of child abuse

PPAPPCIAOD Parents, Professionals and Politicians Protecting Children with Illnesses and/or Disabilities.  Winner of the 2018 “Least catchy title for a support organisation” award.

Fathers 4 Justice Campaigning group for fathers’ rights

Mankind UK Domestic Violence support group

Support to people who have been convicted

Although we are not primarily a site for people who feel they have been subject to a miscarriage of justice, there are a few links here to sites that might be able to help you.

Justice Long-lived all-party law refofrm and human rights organisation

INNOCENT Supports and campaigns for innocent people in prison

NFMJCSO National Federation of Miscarriage of Justice Campaign and Support Organisations

MOJUK Miscarriage of Justice UK. Campaigns to free unjustly convicted prisoners

PACSO People Appealing Convictions for Sexual Offences.  Also run by Helga Speck

CCRC Criminal Case Review Commission. Official organisation for clearing up miscarriages of justice in Britain

Errors of Justice Blog UK Blogger with an MSc in Criminology

Falsely Accused of Historical Sexual Assault A new campaigning website from the UK, based around one woman’s experiences of seeing her partner wrongfully convicted in 2015

Truth in Justice US site