The Fiji Police Force reported that the Hibiscus Festival was an incident-free week-long event when festivities and competition ended on Saturday.
Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said they only received a few minor cases.
"While officers were kept busy with the huge crowd in the Capital City well into the early hours of this morning, it was great to receive only very few minor cases," Ms Naisoro said in the statement.
According to the statement, chief operations officer Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu said much of the positive outcome was the result of a change in attitude from the public.
"The reason as to why we always beef up and push out extra manpower during the week is in anticipation of serious cases such as assault, theft and car break-ins as is the past crime trends.
"However 2013 was a different story and we must acknowledge and thank everyone for ensuring this," ACP Tudravu said in the statement.
He said although the overall achievement was a good one, missing children was still a common issue at such events.