One hundred and forty two weapons have been handed in during Southampton's knife amnesty.
Bins were placed outside Southampton Central and Portswood Police stations throughout the last month in a bid to reduce drug-related knife crime in the city.
A 33% reduction in crime has been recorded compared with the previous month.
Officers also carried out search warrants and patrols to seize weapons and disrupt violent drug-related crime.
Sixteen people were arrested for drug offences and for carrying weapons.
Twenty people and 11 vehicles were searched.