They are urging all drivers to remember that drink-driving is not just a criminal offence but, in the most severe cases, costs lives.
Seven people have now been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving as the force’s Christmas crackdown continues.
Inspector Andy Cousins, who is leading the campaign on behalf of States of Jersey police, is urging all drivers not to drink and drive.
‘It is tragic that events like this occur,’ he said. ‘Alcohol was a major factor in this incident and the consequences are far-reaching.
‘Our sympathies are with all the families concerned. We still believe that the majority of motorists in Jersey think it is socially unacceptable to drink and drive, and cases like this only strengthen that feeling.’