FOXBOROUGH, MA (WBZ-AM) --Police and Giliette Stadium management in Foxborough have a reminder to all football fans at the Patriots-Jaguars Game Sunday:
Stay safe and act responsibly.
They want to make sure fans attending the game have an enjoyable and positive experience. Lt Rich Noonan of the Foxborough Police Department says they are ready.
"We ask people to get to the stadium early and act responsibly themselves," he said.
Noonan says although he has seen a drop in the number of arrests made at the games this season, there are still a few who end up detained.
Last week 30 fans were placed in protective custody. Another six were arrested on criminal charges.
Drunken behavior will not be tolerated -- so don't get sloppy.
Inside the stadium, security employees will be watching.
Anyone arrested or asked to leave the stadium must take a $250 dollar four-hour online code of conduct class and will only be allowed again if a certificate is presented.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Mary Blake reports