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Ute Muster Safety

Deniliquin police will be monitoring behaviour

Large crowds will be in Deniliquin over the weekend for the 21st Deni Ute Muster, but police are warning festival-goers to behave

Detective Inspector Jy Brown said antisocial behaviour will not be tolerated.

"It's all about trying to encourage people to have a good, safe weekend," he said.

"We're urging all patrons out there just to be mindful and be respectful of each other.

"We will if necessary deal with any antisocial behaviour or acts of violence, and people will be evicted off site if they come under police notice for any significant incident or event."

Police will also be monitoring road users as part of a state wide operation.

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'Operation Slow Down' will run until 11.59pm on Monday, with double demerits in effect.

Det. Insp. Jy Brown said motorists need to be mindful of other road users.

"Be respectful of other people on the road, obey the road rules, slow down, manage their fatigue and arrive safely and return safely across the weekend," he said.

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