FASO: Clear information; practical advice; emotional support; here for anyone affected by false allegations of abuse.

False Allegations

In the UK today ordinary people like you, with nothing to hide, can be falsely accused of sex offences and child protection issues on almost no evidence, and without any proper witnesses to support the story.
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Many innocent people are being falsely falsely accused of sex offences and child protection issues and having their lives turned upside down before any proper investigation… The effects are devastating for the accused, their families, friends and even the local community.

Prison Backlog

Please note this is to show what the Falsely accused and their families have to put up with. Sad reading but sadder for those involved in the backlog. Margaret FASO helpline 20.11.20 England: Criminal justice system being brought ‘to its knees’ The criminal justice system is being brought “to its knees” in England and Wales,… Read more »

You Can No Longer Send Cheques/Postal Orders/Cash to Prisoners

From 2nd November 2020, you can no longer send cheques/postal orders to prisoners in the UK, you have to make the payment by debit card. When making a payment, you will need prisoners name, date of birth and prison number. Likewise, prisoners can no longer send Cheques/Postal Orders/Cash to anyone outside the prison, not even… Read more »

Scottish Legal News

The difference in numbers is ‘obviously those falsely accused of sex allegations’ as we hear daily on our FASO helpline. Although we cannot quantify such a high number, the lack of access to FASO, as our details are not provided to those in need, at police stations and elsewhere, FASO are found by stint of… Read more »