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Police Ombudsman makes minor amendments to Loughinisland report

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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

Police Ombudsman appeals for witnesses to events prior to fatal collision

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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.

Police Ombudsman statement regarding judicial review

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The Police Ombudsman's Office has expressed disappointment at today's High Court judgment on a judicial review concerning its 2016 Loughinisland report.

Police Ombudsman investigators arrest two police officers

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Two police officers have been arrested this morning by Police Ombudsman investigators.

Police Ombudsman warns of potential dangers of high risk police pursuits as officers are disciplined

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The Police Ombudsman has warned of the potential dangers of police continuing vehicle pursuits when it is clear that drivers are prepared to put themselves and others at risk in their determination to evade ...

Police officer disciplined over crash investigation

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A police officer has been disciplined after a driver escaped punishment for knocking down a pedestrian in Derry/Londonderry in December 2015.

Custody incident in which man had three fingers broken was accidental

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The Police Ombudsman has found that an incident in which a man sustained three broken fingers in police custody was accidental.

Three police officers disciplined over failings in investigation of child sex abuse images

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Three police officers have been disciplined over failings in an investigation into images of child sexual abuse found on a man’s computer.

Police Ombudsman statement

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The Police Ombudsman’s Office has begun an investigation into concerns about the way in which the PSNI conducted an investigation into allegations of bribery and misconduct in public office in 2014.

Police Ombudsman rejects claims that police allowed Castlereagh raid to happen

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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...

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