Fifteen theft arrests were made along with 13 common assault arrests. The remaining arrests were for other unspecified offences.
However, reported crime at this year's Carnival is 'significantly down' on last year's event, according to police.
Chief Superintendent Michael Johnson said a combination of factors had helped keep offending to a minimum during Europe's biggest street carnival event.
He said: 'Early indications from yesterday are that crime is significantly down on last year, but we never like to put that out in the public domain without knowing exactly what those figures are.
'It is very difficult because some people won't report it (crime) until they get home or go somewhere else, so we want to make sure we get the figures absolutely right.'
'At the moment, certainly from our point of view, yesterday went very well. We're very confident that hopefully we have had a result this year and achieved a reduction in crime.
'A lot depends on the weather, but it's a very unique experience. You have one million people in a small part of London, going around, lots of music and lots of loud noises. It is something you have to experience.
'The vast majority come here to experience carnival. The officers out there have done a fantastic job.'
Je ulijua huyu ndo mmoja wa wahusika na hii Carnival''? Nick Paget-Brown, leader of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council''
TUMESHIRIKI NA KUCHAMBUA KUTOKA DM''