Police in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight were been called to over 1000 incidents of anti-social behaviour during the Jubilee weekend.
Police for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight received nearly ten thousand calls between Saturday and Tuesday, 13.5 percent lower than the same time last year.
And figures from Saturday and Sunday show a 10 per cent decrease in crime compared to 2011
Police are hailing the weekend a success saying overall crime was down compared to last year.
However 'disappointingly' there were 1206 incidents of antisocial behaviour across the bank holiday weekend, a rise of 97 compared to last year.
Officer are blaming an increase in the number of gatherings across the region.
Chief Superintendent Richard Rowland said: "I think overall it was a huge success from our point of view. Although we did see a rise in incidents of anti social behaviour, early indications from Saturday and Sunday show that crime overall was down.
"We’ve had a great response from the public who really enjoyed seeing police officers at their events and I’m particularly pleased that people in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight had a fantastic time celebrating, as I did with my family.
"The long weekend’s festivities were a great opportunity to engage with the public on what was a really joyous occasion. It was a busy weekend for us, mostly due to visiting events and ensuring that they went off peacefully.
"It was clear to see that the public really entered into the spirit of the occasion."