A CAMPAIGN aimed at getting drink-drivers off Staffordshire's roads led to 156 arrests.
The month-long initiative in June was part of a national crackdown co-ordinated by the Association of Chief Police Officers.
Staffordshire Police carried out 1,013 roadside breath tests, with 156 drivers found positive or refusing to provide a sample. 893 drivers were tested in the same period in 2013, with 136 failing or refusing to provide.
Inspector Matt Derrick, from tactical support, said: "Driving while under the influence of drink or drugs is dangerous, with potentially devastating consequences.
"Motorists are urged to think before they drink."