Historical Reports

Police should have warned about bomb

The aftermath of a 1988 IRA bomb attack in the Creggan Estate, Derry/Londonderry

Date Released:

10.07.2013

The police had information there was an IRA booby trap bomb in a property in the Creggan Estate in Derry/Londonderry but did nothing to warn those living there of the possible danger.

PDF LogoPublic Statement: The bombing of Kildrum Gardens (67pp)

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Investigative bias undermined police inquiry: Police Ombudsman

Date Released:

21.02.2011

A report by the Police Ombudsman's Office has found that while there is no evidence that the RUC assisted those responsible for the UVF bombing of McGurk's Bar in Belfast in 1971, the police investigation ha...

PDF LogoFull Public Statement: Investigative bias undermined police inquiry

Police Ombudsman's Claudy report

Date Released:

24.08.2010

The Police Ombudsman has released the findings of his investigation into how the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) dealt with their suspicions that a Catholic priest was allegedly involved in the bombing of Cl...

PDF LogoFull Public Statement: Claudy Report

Investigation of police officer's murder not thorough: Police Ombudsman

Date Released:

15.04.2008

The Police Ombudsman's Office has told the son of an off-duty policeman killed in Belfast in 1988 that the investigation into his father's murder was not thorough and that not all information available to po...

No evidence of collusion in brothers' double murder, but investigation was brief and flawed: Police Ombudsman

Date Released:

30.10.2007

The Police Ombudsman has found no evidence of security force collusion in the UVF murder of two young Catholic brothers in Co. Armagh in 1993, but has found that the police investigation of the murders, desp...

PDF LogoFull public statement: No evidence of collusion in brothers' double murder, but investigation was brief and flawed

No evidence Greysteel could have been prevented: Nuala O'Loan

Date Released:

16.10.2007

A Police Ombudsman investigation has established that police did not have any prior knowledge which could have helped them prevent the terrorist attack in Greysteel.

No new evidence killing was deliberate but use of baton gun was unjustified

Date Released:

16.04.2007

A Police Ombudsman investigation into a fatal shooting of a boy on 15 April 1981 in Derry / Londonderry, has not uncovered any additional evidence that there was an intent to unlawfully kill, or to cause gri...

Operation Ballast: investigation into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Raymond McCord Jr

Date Released:

22.01.2007

The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland has released the findings of her three-and-a-half-year investigation into a series of complaints about police conduct in relation to the murder of Raymond McCord Jun...

PDF LogoFull public statement: Operation Ballast - investigation into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Raymond McCord Jr

No available evidence that terrorist attack on soldier could have been prevented

Date Released:

12.12.2006

The Police Ombudsman's Office has said it has found no evidence that the murder of Stephen Restorick, the last serving soldier to be killed by the IRA in Northern Ireland, could have been prevented. However,...

Army thought McConville disappearance a hoax

Date Released:

13.08.2006

The Police Ombudsman investigation into a complaint from Jean McConville's family has concluded that police did not conduct an investigation into her disappearance for more than 20 years. The investigation h...

PDF LogoFull public statement: Army thought McConville disappearance a hoax

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