The new + improved UFFC online community launched

March 2, 2013 in Miscellaneous by Zinzi Eka-Naphtali

UFFC Campaign CentralTo mark a new long-term forward looking United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC), its website is getting a major makeover!

This will make getting involved a lot easier with the site having bucket-loads of features which integrate seamlessly with existing social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks to built-in integration with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it’s easy to maximize your reach and spread the word.

Members will be able to share photos, voice opinions in comments and blogs, bring stories to life with videos, and feed into the other interactions the site will have to offer.

Members will also be able to add from a wide range of Apps for use on their own dedicated social webpage.

Create powerful native apps for iPhone and Android handsets, and stay involved with the UFFC community on the go.

Visit the new site and sign up for free >

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by Jan Butler

Police keep jobs after Lloyd Butler passed away while in their care

February 3, 2013 in Breaking News, Custody Deaths & Abuse by Jan Butler

Lloyd Butleroriginally by: Birmingham Mail  
published: 25 January 2013

Two police officers filmed making insulting remarks about a man who later died in custody will keep their jobs despite being found guilty of misconduct.

Lloyd Butler, from Tile Cross, died aged 39 at Stechford police station in August, 2010 after being arrested after his family called 999 due to concerns about his behaviour while drunk.

An independent hearing into officer’s conduct on that night found Sergeant Mark Albutt guilty of gross misconduct for failing in his duty of care.

Yet he will only face a written warning for “unacceptable” actions that “fell far below the force’s expectations” Pc Dean Woodcock will undergo further training after being found guilty of misconduct.

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Pathologists – a Question of Law

January 17, 2013 in Events, Reform & Corruption by Larry Fedja

Coroners Courtsby: FATAL Campaign UK
published: 16 January 2013

FATAL UK and Associates invite you to a special gathering with key speakers for a lively discussion and debate


The event will be opened by Fatal UK representatives Jacqueline Chang, Campaign Manager and contributions from Hilary Abrey and Bettty Lowenthal, Advocacy Victim Supporters and Campaigners

Invited Speakers :

  • Ivan Biddle former post mortem technician and whistleblower
  • Margaret Lockwood Croft, Head of the Marchioness Disaster Group

The event will offer audiences and supporters the opportunity to hear real life stories, about individual cases, the illegal bad practices, corruption and cover up in institutions.

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