Brentford's arrest figures have declined by almost half in the past three seasons.
Just 12 people were arrested over the course of last season, compared to 21 in the 2014/15 campaign.
This added to a national total of 1,638, which is a drop of 257 in relation to the previous season.
Offences included public disorder (eight), violent disorder (one), alcohol offences (two) and possession of pyrotechnics (one). Two of those arrests were at home games, five away and another five by the British Transport Police.
Public disorder counted for 31 per cent of arrests nationally, violent disorder 21 per cent with alcohol offences at 16 per cent. There were four football related arrests per 100,000 attendees.
The Championship saw the most arrests at 455 with Birmingham fans the biggest culprits at 72. Leeds (61) and Aston Villa (52) were among the worst offenders.
There were no new banning orders imposed on Brentford supporters last season, compared to four the year before and two in 2014/15 and the total of Bees fans banned is now at 13, compared with 17 the year before.
Nationally, there are 1,929 banning orders in force on August 7 2017, which is a drop compared to August 1 2016.
Championship clubs account for the largest proportion of banning orders at 620, with the Premier League having 507.