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The Police Ombudsman's Office has appealed for witnesses to an incident during which a 13-year-old boy was arrested in Banbridge on Saturday evening (2 March).
A police officer who was accused of failing to investigate the placing of obstacles on mountain bike trails on Belfast’s Cave Hill has had the complaint against him dismissed by the Police Ombudsman’s Office.
The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has said his investigators have identified significant, sensitive information, some of which relates to covert policing, which is held by police but was not made available to his staff investigating events during ‘the Troubles’.
A police officer accused of assaulting a man outside a hostel in Belfast has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the Police Ombudsman’s Office.
If you wish to make a complaint about a police officer or member of police staff, please use our online complaint form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0300 123 2989 (telephone calls may be recorded for joint protection, training and other lawful purposes).
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Information about the work of the Police Ombudsman in investigating incidents related to "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland between 1968 and 1998.
Detailed information about the work of the Police Ombudsman's Office for police officers, including information about the complaints process, what happens if a complaint is made against you, and a detailed FAQ section.
Information and videos about what the Police Ombudsman Office does, and what to do if you are a child or a young person and are not happy about the way you’ve been treated by police.