Officers were called to a small number of pubs north of the county following reports of antisocial behaviour earlier this evening and made a four arrests.
Following the incidents, three pubs in Mansfield and Sutton in Ashfield plus two premises in Arnold and Newark have chosen to close their own premises.
Inspector Craig Berry said: “Officers were quickly on the scene to deal with a number of alcohol related anti-social behavior reports including a smashed window and minor assault. As a result four arrests were made by officers and we supported Licensees who chose to close their own premises.
“No pubs have been closed by the police.
“We’d like to thank the majority of the public who have acted responsibly throughout Saturday, especially whilst watching the much anticipated Derby v Forest match.
“There will be a large number of uniformed officers on duty across our communities overnight to ensure people are safe, as well engaging, educating and encouraging people to stick to the government guidelines.”
If you have any concerns or witness something suspicious over the weekend, please contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101. In an emergency, dial 999.