Our founder and Chair, Maggie Oliver is best known as the Detective-turned- whistleblower who resigned from Greater Manchester Police in late 2012 in order to expose the now infamous Rochdale Grooming Scandal. Her ability to connect with people and encourage them to speak out against injustice paired with her grit and determination to expose the truth eventually led to her becoming a Programme Consultant on the multi award-winning dramatisation of the case entitled Three Girls (BBC One) which brought some of the issues to public attention for the first time. Maggie was also a key contributor to The Betrayed Girls documentary (BBC One).
TMOF’s mission is to empower survivors of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE) to create a positive ripple effect through society. Survivors are supported on their recovery journey (improved wellbeing, life choices and prospects) and build the strength and resilience to support others on their path to recovery. Sharing of their experiences of how the criminal justice system and statutory services have failed them leads to improved practices when dealing with victims of CSAE and as a result, more victims feel safe and confident in seeking justice. By sharing our stories and experiences we expose and address injustice, misuse of power and corruption wherever we find it.
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