Police reported violence and drunk driving as it happened on Saturday night with a Twitter project by officers in Northamptonshire nightspots.
Using the #alcoholharm hashtag, Twitter users were able to see the aftermath of a car crash at the White Elephant junction, Kettering Road, after which a breath test suggested the driver was over the well over the limit.
Followers read about the alleged offence, which started with reports of a drunk driver in The Mounts and then calls to say the car had crashed near Abington Grove.
A special constable who rushed to the scene tweeted: “Male has blown 102 at the roadside... The legal limit is 35...”
One tweet read: “Spotted man on CCTV acting aggressively in N’ton town centre, he’s abusing door staff and is surprised he’s not being let in #alcoholharm.”
Another one said: “Another fight in Northampton town centre, one is a male in his pants! officers on their way #alcoholharm.”
Other arrests included an aggressive man in the Drapery who had to be sprayed with Parva, a man left unconscious from a ‘vicious assault’ in Northampton town centre and drunken fights in Clare Street and Wellingborough Road, the latter being spotted on CCTV.
Northamptonshire Police said two officers were assaulted in the course of the night and 32 people were taken into custody at either the Criminal Justice Centre in Northampton or in Corby, mostly for alcohol-related crimes.
Several 999 calls were also received calling for help with domestic incidents, the majority of which were alcohol fuelled.
Other emergency calls received in the force control Room included a possible burglary, theft of mobile phones and a homeless person asking for help.
Police have said the aim of the evening was to provide a snapshot of the impact alcohol has on an evening of policing.
Door staff, publicans and the general public joined in sharing their views and experiences of alcohol related crime and disorder.
Chief Inspector Dave Spencer was out on Saturday night tweeting as @dave__spencer and @Op_challenge: “This weekend was as normal a weekend as you can get.
“Normal however means several fights, one serious injury, a number of domestic incidents, drink drivers and calls regarding vulnerable people.
“Two officers were assaulted and over 30 arrests were made across the county.
“Feedback from those who follower the activity has been really positive. We hope to repeat the evening and encourage people to join in the debate with us.”