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FACT - Support with false allegations at work

Support carers, teachers, other professionals including voluntary workers (and their families) who have been falsely accused of abuse or misconduct in an occupational setting

Maintaining a telephone helpline

Provide direct suport to accused people as they negotiate police and employment procedures as a result of being falsely accused

Signposting people to specialist lawyers

83 Ducie St, Manchester, M1 2JQ
Job title:
0843 289 2016

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