This disclaimer relates to all of our information, advice, guidance and websites (which we refer to on this page as our “information”)
Our information covers England and Wales only (unless otherwise specified).
Any information you provide to us may be stored in line with our data protection policy.
Every reasonable effort is made to ensure that the information we provide is as accurate as possible. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Although we regularly check the accuracy of the information we provide, to help us to keep it up to date, we rely heavily on individuals and/or organisations to notify us of any updates, changes or amendments that are required by emailing the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our information is provided on a strictly ‘without-liability’ basis. This means that we can’t assume responsibility and don’t accept liability for any damage or loss which may arise as a result of your reliance on it. As a result, it should be considered for use as guidance only. It doesn’t constitute legal advice tailored to your individual circumstances. If you propose taking further action based upon the information that we provide, you are strongly advised to consider obtaining specific professional or legal advice before doing so. If you act on our information, you acknowledge that you do so at your own risk.
We are unable to make specific recommendations for other organisations (such as solicitors or insurers). Where other organisations appear on the site, these are for information purposes only, and we cannot accept responsibility for the quality of service you receive from a third-party.
We try our best to give accurate information at all times. This often means providing information that we, as a charity, don’t agree with in principle. We ask that you bear this in mind when reading our information – “don’t shoot the messenger!”
Where you think policies and practices need to change, please let us know. We exist to help people overcome the effects that are being caused by their convictions, and we will continue to work towards achieving a system that is fairer and more inclusive.