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Police were justified in discharging five baton rounds during intense rioting associated with the flags protests in east Belfast on 7 January 2013, a Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded.
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has concluded that police were justified in firing three AEPs (baton rounds) at rioters during disturbances associated with the flags protests in east Belfas...
Police were right to use Taser against a man who was cutting his throat with a knife, an investigation by the Police Ombudsman has concluded.
The Police Ombudsman has said police were right to have used Taser during a domestic incident in Dungannon.
A police officer has been disciplined for failing to provide the Public Prosecution Service with CCTV evidence following a street disturbance in Omagh in December 2012.
The Police Ombudsman has concluded that police were justified in firing three baton rounds during rioting associated with the Union Flag protests in Carrickfergus in December 2012.
Police were justified in using Taser against a man who had a knife pressed against his neck and was threatening to kill himself, the Police Ombudsman has found.
The Police Ombudsman has concluded that police acted appropriately when they used Taser against a man cutting himself with a razor blade, during an incident in west Belfast in November 2012.
A man who had been self-harming and had a knife held to his chest, has said he might not still be alive if police had not used Taser against him.
The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has found that the discharge of six Attenuated Energy Projectiles (AEPs) by the police during public disorder in north Belfast in September 2012 was proportionate an...