Peaceful demonstrations against the government’s crime bill on Sunday turned violent in the evening as rioters attacked officers, set fire to police cars and damaged property.
Some 21 officers were said to have been injured, two of them seriously hurt, when around 500 “kill the bill” demonstrators clashed with officers outside Bridewell police station.
Avon and Somerset Police said it has already arrested eight people in connection with the incidents.
On Tuesday the force released CCTV images of 10 more people they wish to talk speak to in relation to the disorder.
Detective Chief Superintendent Carolyn Belafonte said: “More than 100 officers and staff continue to work on the inquiry which is being led by our major crime investigation team.
“Hundreds of hours of digital material has already been reviewed and images of the first 10 people detectives want to talk to about Sunday’s events have been identified.”
He added: “Officers and staff are working their way through images and footage as quickly as they can but with more than two terabytes worth of CCTV footage as well as nearly 100 officers’ body-worn video cameras and more than 100 videos already sent in by members of the public to review, this will take a considerable amount of time.
“We expect to release images of many more people in the coming days and ask anyone who recognises anyone to contact us.”
Seven men, aged between 20 and 44, were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and have all been released under investigation.
A 28-year-old man, from the Bedminster Down area of Bristol, has been charged with possessing an offensive weapon and appeared at Bristol Magistrates’ Court earlier.
He is next due to appear at the same court on 10 June.
Additional reporting by Press Association