As part of Avon and Somerset Police’s Operation Tonic road safety campaign, 108 people were arrested for drink and drug driving in June.
Chief Inspector Kevan Rowlands, Head of Road Safety said: “The people we arrested have put lives at risk by choosing to drive with alcohol or drugs in their system.
“Some of the people arrested are clearly dealing with difficult situations in their lives.
“If you know someone who is coping by using alcohol or drugs and still driving then please reach out to them and get them to stop before they add a drink drive arrest or the trauma of a collision to their problems.
“The response of the public over the Operation Tonic period shows that the vast majority of people know this is wrong and are willing to help us bring people to justice.
“Our work doesn’t end with the Tonic campaign and we will continue to act on information received from the public to ensure that the small minority of people who continue to drive over the limit are arrested and put before the courts.”
If someone won’t stop driving while drunk or drugged, you need to tell the police before someone gets hurt.
Dial 999 if you know someone is driving now whilst drunk or under the influence of drugs.
In less urgent cases you can talk to officers by dialling 101, contacting them through the police website or by emailing [email protected].
If you want to report anonymously, contact Crimestoppers on 0800555111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org