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Two police officers have been disciplined after driving at 81mph through a 30mph zone in the village of Claudy in an unmarked police vehicle with no sirens or flashing lights activated, after having been in ...
A Police Ombudsman investigation launched after a man cut his wrist with part of a lighter he said he found in a police cell, has not recommended disciplinary action against any police officer.
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has found that police officers were justified in using a Taser on a man who had threatened to slash his own throat, and who charged at them with a knife.
Police officers who arrested a man at the end of a 35-minute car chase through north and west Belfast will not face disciplinary action following a Police Ombudsman investigation.
The Police Ombudsman has found that a police officer was justified in firing a shot at a dog he said attacked him while he was responding to a report of a disturbance.
The Police Ombudsman has found that police were justified in using Taser against a man who had two knives and was acting aggressively in Derry/Londonderry in August 2011.
A Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded that police were right to use Taser when a man, who was reported to have taken an overdose, threatened to get a gun.
The Police Ombudsman has found that police were justified in discharging 20 baton rounds during serious disorder in Portadown on 15 July 2011.
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has found that police were justified in discharging a total of 77 baton rounds (Attenuated Energy Projectiles or AEPs) during more than six hours of rioting ...
Police were justified in discharging a total of 43 batons rounds during serious rioting in Belfast on 12 July 2011, a Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded.
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