Another knife has been removed from the streets of a Sheffield suburb in a police day of action.
Officers, cadets and volunteers flooded the streets of Broomhall on Saturday to patrol the streets, speak to local residents and carry out house visits.
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The aim was to find out issues of concern in the community and to offer crime prevention advice.
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A knife was discovered as part of the operation.
Officers have recovered a number of blades from the city suburb over recent weeks in a bid to tackle knife crime.