Three hundred people have signed a petition calling for extended opening hours for nightclubs in Jersey.
Campaigners want licences in Jersey to be in line with the UK, where clubs can stay open all night with permission.
Organiser Peter de Momme said this would reduce the trouble on the streets caused by all nightclubs in Jersey closing at the same time.
It is addressed to the Jersey Licensing Assembly, the Attorney General, police and the Jersey Nightclub Association.
Mr de Momme said: "There aren't enough taxis to cope with the number of people leaving clubs at one time.
"We need a review of the current licensing law."
Island Police Chief Graham Power said he did not have all the answers, but agreed the licensing laws needed looking at.
"Anybody looking at it would see that, having thousands of people all turning out onto the streets at the same time, and most importantly, with very little transport to take them home, is likely to be a recipe for disorder, and it is.
"It is not the level of disorder you would get in Liverpool or Manchester, but it's nearly half of the amount of violent crime and disorder that happens in this island."