2014 Media Releases
A licensed gun club run by officers of the Belfast Harbour Police has been wound up, after a Police Ombudsman investigation found inadequate processes for monitoring weapons and ammunition.
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has appealed for witnesses to an incident at Queen Street in Lurgan on Thursday 13 March.
Police Ombudsman investigators will this afternoon (Thursday, 20 March) mount an appeal for information in west Belfast in connection with the death of a man in the area more than 16 years ago.
The Police Ombudsman has this morning (Wed . 19 March 2014) viewed video footage which appears to show what happens after two police officers discover a young woman lying on a road in Derry/Londonderry.
The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has found that police were justified in using Tasers during five incidents involving people armed with knives.
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has appealed for witnesses to an incident in which the police discharged an AEP in the Whiterock Road area of Belfast yesterday afternoon (9 March 2014).
Two police officers who carried out a breath test on a driver have been disciplined by the PSNI because they were not wearing police uniform at the time.
A Police Ombudsman investigation has found that a police officer failed to provide police patrols with all relevant information from a 999 call, but that the failure did not contribute to the death of Lurgan...
The PSNI has referred the Abuse of Process Judgement in the John Downey court case to the Police Ombudsman’s Office.
The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has said the action of a police officer who used CS spray on a 14 year old student while in college in Derry/Londonderry earlier this year was necessary.