There were 13 arrests in Derry over the weekend in relation to public order offences in the city during and after the August Apprentice Boys Parade.
Petrol bombs were thrown in the Bogside last night and on Saturday, but no major incidents have been reported and the parade passed off peacefully.
Six juvenilles have been arrested arrested and charged, with seven others arrested in connection with what police are terming "minor public order offences".
According to police, a 20 year-old man has been charged with disorderly behaviour and is due to appear at Derry Magistrates Court on 5th September. An 18 year old man was also charged with disorderly behaviour and is due to appear in court on the same date.
A 16 year old male youth has been released from police custody pending a report to the Public Prosecution Service, along with two 32 year old men and a 27 year old woman.
Meanwhile, a 23 year old man was issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice.