Seven people have been arrested during an orange walk parade in Glasgow.
Officers say they made several arrests and issued 12 fixed penalty notices for alleged breach of the peace and anti-social behaviour as thousands of people marched in the city on Saturday.
The police thanked the majority of the crowds for “behaving responsibly” and added that the policing was appropriate for the event.
Chief superintendent Stevie Dolan said: “Officers in Glasgow made a total of seven arrests and issued 12 fixed penalty notices during the Orange Order processions on Saturday, July 2, 2022, the offences were primarily for breach of the peace and acts of anti-social behaviour.
“A proportionate policing plan was in place and we worked with a range of partners to ensure public safety and reduce disruption to the wider community.
“I would like to thank the vast majority of the participants, and the wider community, who engaged positively and behaved responsibly throughout.”