NEW YEAR revellers in Huddersfield have been told by police: Enjoy yourselves but be good.
Extra officers will be on the streets tonight to tackle underage drinkers and trouble-makers.
Anyone who does not behave themselves could be seeing in 2005 with an £80 fine.
Huddersfield police have upped their manpower in a bid to make sure problems are dealt with before they escalate.
Chief Insp Dave Wormald said: "There are a lot of incidents around the festive period and New Year's Eve, mainly disorder.
"We have lined up extra resources for tonight and there will be a high visibility police presence to reassure people.
"We are hoping those who live in Huddersfield and visitors to the town can enjoy themselves safely.
"For clubs and pubs outside the town centre, we will provide a similar service as and when it is needed."
This year, police have greater powers to tackle underage drinking and disorder.
This includes imposing on-the-spot fines for drunk and disorderly behaviour.
The amount charged has been increased from £50 to £80.
There will also be on-the-spot fines for anyone selling alcohol to under-18s - or people buying it for underage pals.
Under the Licensing Act, police also have powers to immediately shut down premises for 24 hours, where alcohol has been sold to under-18s.
Chief Insp Wormald said: "The powers are there to use all the time.
"But officers have been briefed, and will use them if necessary tonight.
"The emphasis is on public safety."
He added the police had strong links with pubs and clubs in the town centre.
He said: "We are in constant contact through the Shop Radio scheme, so if there are incidents we can react quickly.
"We are confident we can make sure it is nipped in the bud."