Henley Royal Regatta sees 'large number' of arrests
Forty-five people were arrested during the five-day Henley Royal Regatta, police have said.
Ch Insp Christian Bunt, of Thames Valley Police, said the "large number" of arrests - up from 30 last year - was a result of "positive policing".
The regatta is held at Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and across the River Thames on the Berkshire bank.
Ch Insp Blunt said there had been a reduction in more serious assaults at the regatta.
Thirty of the arrests took place on Saturday night.
The majority of arrests during the week were for public order offences.