Police have said that the policing operation in Belfast city centre was “appropriate and proportionate”, following the veterans’ rally and republican counter-protest on Friday.
The demonstration heard calls from speakers for an end to what they claimed was a “witch-hunt” against former security forces members over Troubles killings.
The smaller counter-protest was held by anti-Agreement republicans, as a police line kept the two sides apart.
Both demonstrations passed off without incident.
PSNI Superintendent Melanie Jones said: “Police will now review all evidence gathered and pursue all relevant lines of inquiry relating to any offences or breaches of the Parades Commission determinations.”