Our private Facebook user group is one of the most active places where you can link with people from the UK, who have also been framed for something they say never happened.  As of October 2021, we have over 2,300 members who receive our stories, help and advice every day.

Discussions in private groups on Facebook remain that way: they’re private to the people in the group.  Posts you make will therefore not be visible to your other Facebook friends who aren’t in the group.

The moderators of the forum also ensure that the language used in your posts remains respectful and supportive of others going through a very distressing time.  Whilst ensuring politics is kept out of it so we can focus on your situations.Members who cannot keep to these simple rules are removed.

Unseen Victims – Are a multi faceted organisation. Their support is for the loved ones of those accused of or convicted of criminality (not the accused themselves) and they work to guide the family and friends of the accused through the judicial and criminal justice system. They offer support in an on line support group, by telephone and by live web chat.

Andys Man Club are a Men’s Mental Health Charity – Offering free-to-attend talking groups for men and challenging the stigmas around Male Mental Health. They started off as one group in the small, northern town of Halifax. That first night 9 men turned up and spoke. There was a magic in that room that everyone knew had to be shared. With locations across the UK and more opening soon do check them out on their website and look for a meeting near you.

The Defendant – Liam Allan faced serious allegations which were totally fabricated. The police withheld serious evidence that proved his innocence and was only discovered at trial. Since his acquittal Liam along with his co-director Hannah Arkwright have gone on to set you the charity “The Defendant”. Operating a telephone support line 5 evenings a week Liam, Hannah and their fully trained team are there to help you emotionally by telephone.

Samaritans – It’s always OK to talk and 24 hours a day the Samaritans are there to listen. Call Free on 116 123 any time day or night. Other ways of contacting are available on their website.

CALM – Campaign Against Living Miserably are united against suicide. That means they stand against feeling shit, stand up to stereotypes, and stand together to show life is always worth living. They offer a telephone help line every single evening. Check out their website.

FACT (Falsely Accused Carers & Teacher) has a lot of experience of supporting people throughout the U.K. who work (or have worked) in positions of responsibility and trust who conscientiously maintain they have been falsely accused of abuse or misconduct of children or vulnerable people.

Falsely Accused – Letters To The Establishment UK – This Facebook group is for those who have been falsely accused of sexual offences and their loved ones. The group is about writing to all establishments including the PM, MP’s, IOPC, the Media etc regarding false accusations and also offers help and support to their members

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

SAFARI (Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information) provides information of use to those who are in a position to make changes in the UK’s investigative and judicial systems, those who have been affected by false accusations (like the family & friends of victims) and those who suffer from being pressurised into making false accusations.

Ban The Box – Is an employment scheme set up by the Princes Responsible Business Network. All employers signing up to the scheme have banned (to varying degrees) asking the questions about previous convictions. Have a look at their website. At the time of adding once on the website click on “Download The Factsheet” to see all the employers.

False Allegation Support Organisation (FASO) – are a support telephone line.

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.

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.

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