One man was arrested as events for and against Brexit held in Glasgow passed peacefully.
There was a heavy police presence as both events took place just yards from each other in the city-centre on Friday.
Pro-EU campaigners gathered at the Donald Dewar statue on Buchanan Street ahead of the official departure time of 11pm.
Officers said one 25-year-old man was arrested over minor disorder.
Superintendent Mark Sutherland said: “On Friday January 31 officers were in attendance at various Brexit-related events which took place in Glasgow city centre.
“A proportionate policing response was in place to ensure public safety and minimise disruption to the wider city centre community.
“The events passed peacefully with only one arrest of a 25-year-old man in connection with a minor disorder offence in Buchanan Street.”