The States and honorary police are focusing on parish roads and lanes – particularly 20mph zones – during Global Road Safety Week, which ends on Sunday.
Officers are targeting areas based on intelligence passed on by the public about anti-social driving and speeding within their parishes.
The force has warned that anyone caught speeding will be prosecuted.
Inspector Callum O’Connor, the States police lead for roads policing, said: ‘Our message is clear – slow down. These small roads are at the heart of our community. We all use them and we all deserve to be safe while doing so.
‘Driving faster makes stopping quickly less likely and the greater the impact speed, the greater the chance of causing serious injury or death to those involved in a collision. Some of the speeds we see are just not acceptable for an island of this size.’
The initiative is separate from Operation Canvas, which was launched last year to crack down on anti-social driving which escalated during the lockdown.
Anti-social driving can be reported online at jersey.police.uk or by phoning the States police on 612612.