One officer was assaulted and four people were arrested in Dubbo over the June long weekend.
Alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour were the focus of a two-day police operation on June 11 and 12, which saw an increased police presence in the Orana Mid-Western Police District.
During Operation Pariac police conducted more than 70 licence premises inspections, which resulted in four arrests and a number of infringement notices issued.
Orana Mid-Western Acting Inspector Nat Luck said the four arrests were made for a variety of alcohol-related crimes.
"There was a small matter here in Dubbo where a police officer was assaulted by an adult female who refused to leave the premises who was subsequently charged," he said.
"There was a high-range and mid-range drink-driving arrests made within Dubbo, and there was also a fail to comply with a move on direction."
While a few misbehaved, Acting Inspector Luck said the rest of the public should be proud of their efforts.
"In general it was quite noticeable that the majority of licenced premises that were visited were complying with their licence requirements, and additionally the crowds that were at the pubs were well behaved and weren't causing a great deal of problems in the community," he said.
Acting Inspector Luck said while the operation had concluded, police would be continuing to target alcohol-related crime for the safety of the community.
"It's an ongoing operation and again we're looking for basic public safety where there's no alcohol-related crime and also for the safety of the community.
"So patrons can go out and enjoy a night, but obviously not cause any problems or crime in the community."
Motorists are also being praised for their behaviour on the roads over the June long weekend.
In the western region, out of 13,500 breath tests which were conducted 31 people were detected drink-driving.
There were two infringement notices given for mobile phone offences and 634 people busted speeding.
While there were no fatalities, there were 22 major crashes reported.
Western Region Traffic Tactician, Inspector Jason Bush said he was particularly pleased to see a reduction in the number of speeding and drink-driving offences.
"Overall police are quite happy with the figures for the June long weekend," he said.
"If we compare last year's data there were over 900 speeding infringements issued over the long weekend. It was pleasing to see there was a significant reduction with just over 600."
He said this could be attributed to ongoing police campaigns about speeding.
"Moving forward, even though we did have a pleasing result over the operation we need to keep that momentum going and keep the fatalities off our roads," Inspector Bush said.