Sergeant Wayne Baker, with West Yorkshire Police, tweeted his disgust after pictures emerged of revellers dancing on top of an ambulance in central London.
Nottinghamshire Police said a 27-year-old man had been arrested for damaging a taxi and a number of arrests were made for public order offences.
In Nottingham, a group of supporters were spotted dancing on top of a bus shelter, while other clips a vehicle can be seen with a smashed roof and windscreen.
Its Just Giving page said: "We think it is very important to help our local community, so we want to help to raise funds to help with the fix of an emergency response vehicle".
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Skove's brother Andrew Skove wrestled during the time Jordan was a coach and said he stands "100 percent" in support of Jordan. In the midst of the accusations, there have been some players that defended the former coach and current congressman.
It's believed the woman's name was passed on to Poplar Police after a plea for the public to share photos on social media to help them find people who damaged the auto.
But the London Ambulance Service reacted with disappointment to the celebrations, saying fans should be "better than this".
"And now I want to say to English fans: "Guys, get it together, come to Russian Federation and support your national team because they have gotten into the semi-final", she said.
England will face Croatia in the semi-final on Wednesday, with the winners set to face either Belgium or France in the final in Moscow next Sunday.
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