Twenty arrests for breach of nationwide curfew restrictions were recorded over the last 48our period.
Sixteen arrests were made between 11pm Wednesday night to 4am Thursday morning.
The Western Division recorded seven cases, South six reports, East two and North one.
The arrests recorded in the Western Division were made in Nadi and Lautoka.
Two men were arrested drunk in Nadi while the remaining arrests involved men who were moving around during curfew hours without valid reasons.
The arrests made in the Southern Division were recorded in Valelevu and Nabua. All arrests made in Valelevu involved men who were drunk while the 25year old man arrested in Nabua was found running towards Luke Street allegedly looking for a place to buy cigarettes.
The arrests made in the Eastern Division were made in Nausori and both men were drunk and walking towards the Nausori Police Station looking for transport. Four arrests were recorded from 11pm last night to 4am this morning.
Three cases were recorded in the Western Division while the Southern Division recorded one case. T
he arrests recorded in the West were made in Sigatoka and Nadi and involved three men who were found drunk in public.
The lone case recorded in the Southern Division was reported in Lami and involved a 32year old man who was found walking around the Wailada area without a valid reason.