Four arrests at derby match
Four people were arrested at the East Anglian derby football game.
A total of 26,532 people attended the match at Carrow Road on Sunday.
After the game, in the interests of public safety, police held back Ipswich supporters inside the stadium for a short time to allow Norwich fans to leave the venue.
Chief Superintendent Sarah Hamlin said: 'I would like to thank the visiting supporters for being patient while the home fans left the stadium. The safety of the public is our top priority and I am delighted that the vast majority of fans acted responsibly and respectfully, making it an enjoyable and memorable day for those who attended.'
Four people were arrested for public order offences. Two others have received public order warnings.