A man has been imprisoned for four and a half years for his part in the Bristol revolt in Spring.
Ryan Dwyer compromised and mishandled police, tossed a brew can over an official, punched and kicked officials' uproar safeguards and crushed the windows of Bridewell Police headquarters during the Bristol revolt.
The 36-year-old conceded one charge of mob and was imprisoned for four and a half years at Bristol Crown Court on Wednesday 13 October.
Judge James Patrick discussed the ideal for individuals to dissent legitimately and calmly however went onto censure the "awful maltreatment" coordinated at cops.
He said: "The police were exposed to contemptible maltreatment, and were assaulted. Some were hauled away from their partners… and kicked and punched.
"It was lucky they were not all the more truly hurt.
"They (the police) are on the whole individuals; they are community workers and what you did was to dehumanize them."
Dwyer was likewise condemned to seven extra days in jail for neglecting to show up at court, to run simultaneously with the four and a half year sentence for a charge of uproar.
Analyst Administrator James Riccio of Avon and Somerset Police added: "Ryan Dwyer submitted huge offenses during the uproar including brutality and awful maltreatment against our officials.
"He's conceded the offense against him because of the mind-boggling proof, including CCTV and visual film.
"Our examination is especially progressing and we're striving to guarantee every one of those associated with the awful occasions of that evening face the results of their activities."