The force said 32 of those detained on suspicion of causing a public nuisance have been released on bail, along with 14 arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.
Police have filed four charges so far, with one suspect charged with a religiously aggravated public order offense and two others charged with class A drug possession.
Another suspect is charged with an offense under section 5 of the Public Order Act, and all four are due to appear before Westminster magistrates. Court at the end of this month.
The force came under heavy criticism from campaign groups over the detention of protesters on Saturday, with the arrests described as “incredibly alarming”.
A total of 11 others were released on bail on suspicion of crimes including sexual assault, disorderly conduct and stalking, and two disorderly conduct suspects were released without charge, police said.