Published Thursday, 05 December 2013
The parade leaves City Hall after midday on Saturday. (© Pacemaker)
The parade passed off largely peacefully outside City Hall on Saturday, but did not comply with times given in a ruling by the watchdog.
"The organiser was spoken to by the Police Service on Monday, two days after the event, and will be prosecuted in relation to offences connected to that," PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr said.
An application had been lodged with the Parades Commission ahead of the event, by a group calling itself 'Loyal Peaceful Protesters'.
The request was approved and the go-ahead given for up to 10,000 people to be involved, with the condition that the demonstration would clear the area in front of City Hall by noon.
Police estimated that less people than expected - around 1,000 - initially gathered at City Hall for the demonstration, with numbers swelling to around 3,000.
But a large number of those taking part did not leave the area by the set dispersal time.
Speaking to the Policing Board on Thursday, ACC Kerr added: "There was extensive evidence-gathering in the city centre on Saturday.
"We will continue to study that and more prosecutions will follow."
Two police officers were later injured - including one who was knocked unconscious - when the protest reached the junction of Tennent Street and the Crumlin Road.
One man was arrested in connection with the incident.
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