FIGURES show 110 complaints were made about North Ayrshire police last year.

Recent figures from North Ayrshire police show 78 on duty allegations were made against officers and 32 complaints about the quality of service.

Three allegations were made against police officers over unlawful arrest, eight were made regarding excessive force and two made for oppressive conduct.

Twenty nine complaints were made about alleged incivility by officers and two allegations of oppressive conduct.

However figures show there were no complaints made of assault, corrupt practice, discrimination, neglect of duty, other criminal, or other non criminal matters.

Of the quality of service complaints, six were related to Policy/ Procedure, three for service delivery and 23 for service outcome.

The latest figures, taken from April 1 to December 31 last year, were presented to North Ayrshire’s Police and Fire and Rescue Committee last week.