Sergeant Jim Veltkamp told NBC Montana Bozeman officers will be in police cars, on foot, and on bikes looking to keep people safe.
"More officers on this weekend than on an average weekend," said Veltkamp.
Veltkamp says that's because more people are in town celebrating Montana State University's graduation. Veltkamp says the police department understands people want to have a good time, but warns they must do it responsibly.
"The action tends to increase this time of year as people tend to file out of the bars and stay in the areas longer causing more problems," said Veltkamp.
Veltkamp told us with more officers on duty this weekend they will be aggressively patrolling the streets.
"We're going to be looking for any type of activity that is related to crime, anything that's going to affect public safety," explained Veltkamp.
Ben Burda is the manager of Plonk in downtown Bozeman. Burda says he and his staff work closely with the Bozeman police to prevent people from over-drinking.
"We have a zero-tolerance policy for over-serving. It's been very strict, especially with the Bozeman police and we work with them to cut people off," said Burda.