2015 Media Releases
The Police Ombudsman has concluded that police were justified in using Taser during incidents involving knives in Belfast, Ballymena and Dunmurry.
An investigation into a complaint that the police confiscated a woman’s mobile phone so they could destroy footage of them carrying out an assault has found no evidence of police misconduct.
The Police Ombudsman has said it was fortunate no one was killed when errors by the police led to a failure to identify and warn the target of an imminent bomb attack.
Two police officers have been disciplined for failing to properly investigate an assault on a woman in Co. Derry/Londonderry in the autumn of 2014.
A Police Ombudsman investigation has concluded that police did all they reasonably could to find a man reported as missing before his body was recovered in Co. Derry/Londonderry in July 2014.
A police officer has been disciplined after a solicitor complained about his attitude towards her during an interview with her client.
A Police Ombudsman investigation has allayed concerns that police failed to help a 14-year-old boy who was chased and assaulted by older youths during a band parade at an interface in Belfast.
A police officer has been disciplined after a Police Ombudsman investigation found that she had failed to investigate a traffic accident because she did not realise there had been a collision.
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has rejected claims that police attempted to fabricate evidence against a driver involved in a collision in County Tyrone in December 2014.