Investigation Reports

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Use of TASER justified during Cookstown knife incident

Incident Date:

Oct 2014

A Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded that police were justified in using a TASER stun gun against a man to prevent him causing self-harm with a knife during an incident in Cookstown in October 2014.

Officers right to use taser after being attacked with a wine bottle and kettlebell weight

Incident Date:

15.06.2014

An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has concluded that police were right to use Taser against a man who attacked officers with a wine bottle and a kettlebell weight.

Police officers resolved a dangerous situation: Police Ombudsman

Incident Date:

06.06.2014

A man who was Tasered by police in north Belfast last year has said he has no issue with the police officer responsible.

Police not to blame for self harm incident in custody suite

Incident Date:

Jun 2014

The Police Ombudsman has found no evidence of police misconduct after a man harmed himself with razor blades which he managed to smuggle into a cell at Armagh Custody Suite.

Officers did not take proper care of drunk man who fell

Incident Date:

01.06.2014

Three police officers who failed to properly look after a drunk man in their care and failed to record that he had fallen and injured his face, have been disciplined following an investigation by the Police ...

Man’s ongoing detention was properly reviewed by police

Incident Date:

May 2014

A Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded that police properly reviewed whether it was appropriate to continue to detain a man under the Terrorism Act 2000 in May 2014.

Police justified in using Taser against man with sword in Dundonald

Incident Date:

28.04.2014

Police were justified in using Taser against a man who had a sword and who had stabbed himself in the neck and chest, an investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has concluded.

Man says police were right to Taser him

Incident Date:

19.04.2014

A man has said police did the right thing when they used Taser to prevent him killing himself in Belfast city centre on 19 April 2014.

Baton round use justified: man had knife and CS spray

Incident Date:

Apr 2014

Police were justified in firing an AEP baton round at a man who confronted officers with a knife and a canister of CS Spray in east Belfast, an investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has concluded.

Police were justified in using taser after man cuts his wrist

Incident Date:

19.03.2014

A POLICE Ombudsman investigation has concluded that a police officer was justified in using Taser against a 35-year-old man who had sliced his wrist, and who appeared ready to cut more deeply into the wound .

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