A Guernsey politician wants to know how many people have been fined for dropping cigarette butts in the past year.
During a recent campaign, 75,000 cigarette butts were collected by members of the public.
Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez says dropping cigarette butts is a littering offence that can result in a £75 fixed penalty notice.
The South East Deputy is asking the Committee for Home Affairs how many fixed penalty notices have been issued in the last 12 months and in the last five years.
She wants to know how frequently the police run campaigns targeting littering and how adequately resourced the force is to enforce the law effectively on a day-to-day basis.