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A Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded that police were justified in using a Taser against a bare-chested man who was threatening a crowd with a hatchet in the Strathfoyle area of Derry/Londonderry i...
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.
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