2018 Media Releases
The Police Ombudsman's Office has issued an appeal for information about an incident in North Belfast last week involving police officers and a group of youths.
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has found no evidence the PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton, members of his senior management team and other named senior police officers, wer...
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has issued the following statement about the incident in north Belfast yesterday when a woman died after she was struck by a stolen car on the Ballysillan Road.
Investigators from the Police Ombudsman’s Office are investigating the circumstances leading up to the fatal collision which happened on the Ballysillan Road in Belfast this morning (19 April 2018).
The twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement has provided the ‘perfect backdrop’ for English university students exploring policing systems in Northern Ireland.
The students, who are part of a 25 ...
Staff from the Police Ombudsman’s office were in Police College, Garnerville last week to deliver training to the PSNI’s student officers.
A police officer, whose failure to update police records about a non-molestation order left two sisters fearing for their safety, has been disciplined following a Police Ombudsman investigation.
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has this morning (Friday 9 March 2018) made minor amendments to its published report into matters connected to the 1994 terrorist attack in Loughinisland.
PDF: Revised Loughinisland Report
The Police Ombudsman has issued an appeal for witnesses who saw any interaction between police officers and a young couple before a fatal traffic collision near Toome at the weekend.