The Police Ombudsman’s Office is continuing to respond to the ongoing pandemic by implementing measures to minimise the impact on our work and reduce health risks.
Although the Office remains closed to ...
A police officer has been dismissed without notice for abusing his position to initiate a sexual relationship with a woman he knew to be vulnerable.
A total of 13 separate matters arising from the de Silva review were formally referred to the Police Ombudsman's Office by the PSNI in February 2016.
However, at this stage events connected to the murder ...
The Police Ombudsman's Office is 20 years old today.
It first opened its doors to the public on 6 November 2000.
20th Anniversary Booklet
The Police Ombudsman's Office has been closed today to the public after a number of staff members have tested positive for the Coronavirus. The duration of the closure will be kept under review.
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has outlined in greater detail the focus of its current investigation into how police dealt with a series of public protests during the early part of the ‘lockdown’ period.
The Police Ombudsman’s Office has disclosed that an investigation is underway into how the PSNI have enforced the Coronavirus Public Health Regulations at large public gatherings.