10:41 AM PT -- According to the police report, obtained by TMZ Sports, two members of Britney Spears' security team told cops Victor Wembanyama's guard did NOT appear to strike the singer in the face with a closed fist. Instead, both members said the man seemed to simply push Spears' hand off of the basketball player.
In fact, according to the report, both of Spears' guards said, "this is a standard response for most security/body guards" ... before one added, "it would not be uncommon for them to respond this way."
Cops said in the report surveillance video showed that after Spears touched Wembanyama, the Spurs player's security guard "pushes her hand off of the player without looking which causes Britney's hand to hit herself in the face."
"Due to the fact that [Wembanyama's guard] DID NOT willfully or unlawfully use any force or violence upon Britney," one Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. officer wrote in the report, "and probable cause did not exist an Arrest was not made and a Citation was not given."
The Victor Wembanyamasecurity guard accused of slapping Britney Spears during a wild incident in Las Vegas on Wednesday night will NOT be charged with a crime, cops say.
According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. ... an investigation into the allegations concluded on Friday morning -- and "no charges will be filed."
No further details regarding the police probe were revealed.
TMZ broke the story ... Spears had attempted to get Wembanyama's attention while outside of Catch restaurant in the ARIA Hotel -- but in an effort to keep the singer away from the San Antonio Spurs star, Wembanyama's security guard struck her in the face.
Photos we obtained from inside Catch later in the evening show Spears was visibly agitated at her table -- and according to one eyewitness, she seemed to be in shock ... and, at one point, made a beeline for the bathroom.
Spears has yet to publicly comment on the results of of the police findings.