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Officer made “inappropriate and unprofessional” comments to solicitor

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

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

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

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.

Police failings rule out prosecution over alleged assault on Maghaberry prison officer

Published Date:

13.07.2017

The Police Ombudsman has found that delays in a police investigation meant that the Public Prosecution Service was unable to consider prosecuting a prisoner after an alleged assault on a prison officer in Ma...

Police officer made the right decision when faced with wanted man: Police Ombudsman

Published Date:

11.07.2017

The Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, has said the actions of a police officer were justified when he discharged a TASER stun gun at a man sitting on a seat outside a bar in the centre of Belfast.

Number of complaints about police officers is falling

Published Date:

30.06.2017

The number of complaints made by members of the public about police officers in Northern Ireland last year has fallen by 8% from the previous year, to fewer than 2,800.

Police Ombudsman's Annual Report, 2016-17

New video about police stop and searches

Published Date:

28.06.2017

The Police Ombudsman’s Office has launched a ’video’ on social media to explain to young people their rights and responsibilities when stopped and searched/questioned by a police officer.

Police right to authorise damage to vehicle blocking fire engine

Published Date:

13.06.2017

An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has rejected a claim that police failed to make reasonable efforts to avoid having to damage a parked car which was blocking a fire engine on its way to a bl...

Police cleared of waiting 40 minutes before calling ambulance for boy with broken leg

Published Date:

06.06.2017

An investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office has rejected claims that police waited 40 minutes before summoning help for a boy whose leg had been broken in an alleged assault.

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