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My Child Has Been Accused

For any parent, the thought of their child being labelled a sex offender is terrifying. As parents, we have all experienced the intrigue, awkwardness and confusion of sexual learning and experimentation in our children, as they grow and develop.

But if your child is accused of a harmful sexual behaviour what should you do? It might be sexting, grooming, inappropriate touching, exchanges on social media, underage sex or indecent images. There are many things we can do to help and we offer a Parental Support Package which will ensure that you get the right support at the right time. We have included a Frequently Asked Questions section for immediate answers to some of the most pressing queries and concerns.

In a world where any sexual allegation is rightly taken seriously, taking control of the process and protecting your child from a future label is essential. Whether an allegation has come from another parent, the school, the police, social services, or online, we can work with you and your child to make it right.

The first step is to contact us. Call 01225 485700 or email confidential@mowbraywoodwards.co.uk 

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