Pubs closed their doors to the general public in their very first day of trading months following violence escalated on Saturday night.
Nottinghamshire Police detained four people after reports of antisocial conduct at”a few of bars north of this county”.
“After the events, three bars in Mansfield and Sutton in Ashfield and two assumptions in Arnold and Newark have chosen to shut their own assumptions,” authorities said.
Inspector Craig Berry stated”no bars are closed by the authorities”.
“Officers were fast on the scene to take care of quite a few alcohol-related anti-social behavior reports including a shattered window and minor attack. As a consequence four arrests were made by officials and we encouraged licensees that opted to shut their own assumptions,” he explained.
“We want to thank nearly all the people that have acted responsibly during Saturday, particularly whilst viewing the much-anticipated Derby versus Forest match.
“There is going to be a high number of officers on duty throughout our communities to make sure people are secure, in addition to engaging, educating and encouraging people to adhere to the government rules.”