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faso is a voluntary organisation dedicated to supporting
faso offers clear information, practical advice, and emotional support to anyone affected by false accusation
The national faso Helpline
False accusation can happen to you, your partner, your son, daughter, grandchild, grandparent, best friend, neighbour or colleague. Social respect and community status are no protection against a criminal investigation or social services intrusion into your life. False accusation can happen to anyone, and it IS happening to thousands.
Police and other authorities operate in the belief that "...it may be that innocent people are being convicted, but we ought to be more worried about the guilty who might get away." Sir William Utting, former Chief Inspector of Social Services.
Falsely accused families are offered information and help with how Child Protection operates, and support for the shock of Social Services' intrusion into their lives.
Wrongly convicted prisoners are offered help with links to lawyers and other specialists to review cases and advice on appeals with free information and newsletters.
INFORMATION 0844 335 1992
How Social Services referrals operate (Child Protection). Family rights and resources.
AID 0844 335 1992
First Aid: What (not) to do if arrested and interviewed. Who to contact. Who to trust and mistrust.
faso is a voluntary organisation dedicated to supporting anyone affected by a false allegation of abuse
|HELPLINE: 0844 335 1992 or write to FASO c/o 176 Risca Road, Crosskeys, Newport, NP11 7DH|