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Police Ombudsman rejects claims that police allowed Castlereagh raid to happen

Police Ombudsman investigation report cover

Published Date:

28.09.2017

An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has rejected claims that police could have prevented a break-in at Castlereagh police station in 2002, but chose not to for political reasons and in order to...

Police failed woman and man who were murdered

Mr Finbar McGrillen and Ms Caron Smyth

Published Date:

12.09.2017

The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has said that police decision making which led to the release from custody of a man who had been arrested for assaulting his partner was flawed.

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Police Ombudsman's Office arrests police officer

Logo on front door of Police Ombudsman's Office

Published Date:

08.09.2017

Investigators from the Police Ombudsman's Office have this morning arrested a police officer.

Rethink on missing person investigations needed: Police Ombudsman

Mr Geng Feng Shi

Published Date:

31.08.2017

The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has said police need to rethink how they handle missing person investigations.

Officer disciplined for kicking man during Belfast incident

Police Ombudsman investigation report cover

Published Date:

03.08.2017

A police officer has been disciplined after a Police Ombudsman investigation found that he had used “excessive and unjustified” force when he kicked a man during an incident in Belfast in July 2015.

Police response to serious assault outside pub was “efficient and effective”: Police Ombudsman

Sign on front of Police Ombudsman's building

Published Date:

01.08.2017

The Police Ombudsman has praised as “efficient and effective” initial enquiries made by police following an assault which left a man with fractures to his skull, cheek and nose as well as bleeding on the brain.

Officer made “inappropriate and unprofessional” comments to solicitor

Police Ombudsman investigators speak to motorists during a witness appeal

Published Date:

27.07.2017

A Police Ombudsman investigation has found that a police officer made “inappropriate and unprofessional comments” after becoming frustrated with a solicitor during a criminal interview.

Concerns which “go to the heart of covert policing methods” to be investigated: Police Ombudsman

Police Ombudsman cordon tape

Published Date:

26.07.2017

The Police Ombudsman’s Office has launched an investigation into allegations contained in Monday’s edition of “The Irish News”, in which the paper reported conversations with two police officers and an alleg...

Agreement to end moratorium on sharing of sensitive information

Logo on front door of Police Ombudsman's Office

Published Date:

26.07.2017

The PSNI and the Police Ombudsman have reached an agreement to end the moratorium on the sharing of sensitive information by the police.

Police Ombudsman rejects man’s claims of being "racially abused" and assaulted

Sign on front of Police Ombudsman's building

Published Date:

25.07.2017

Allegations that a Scottish man was punched, racially abused and denied food and drink by police officers in Belfast have been rejected following an investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office.

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