The Community

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If you are a full member of this website this is where it all happens – so get hands-on and make a difference!

See the drop-downs in this menu section… We want you to share, communicate and organise. Use the ‘Activity’ section to see what members have been posting, see ‘Members’ profiles and make friends, set up and / or get involved in ‘Groups’, and share debate in the UFFC ‘Forums’.

Check out the other sections on this site to see ‘Galleries’ and the ‘Reference Library’. Take a look at the ‘Remembrance Calendar’ and the ‘Find-a-Campaign’ section for links to family campaign websites.

Coming Soon: UFFC Campaign Central will soon be offering an optional paid membership. Subscription will provide additional benefits including subsidised travel costs to events, organising of joint events, free or low-cost web design, and small support grants to affected family campaigns.

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Brief History of UFFC:

The United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC), a coalition of those affected by deaths in police, prison and psychiatric custody, supports others in similar situations. Established in 1997 initially as a network of Black families, over recent years the group has expanded and now includes the families and friends of White people who have also died in custody.

The network includes the families of: Leon Patterson (died in police custody in 1992), Roger Sylvester (died after being restrained by police in 1999), Rocky Bennett (died in psychiatric custody in 1998), Harry Stanley (shot dead by police officers in 1999) and Sarah Campbell (died in Styal prison in 2003) and many others.