Cumbria Constabulary is holding knife surrender as part of an operation to tackle knife crime across the UK.
The amnesty will last from Tuesday 18th until Monday 24th. Members of the public will be able to anonymously hand in their unwanted knives, legal or illegal.
Amnesty bins will be located at police station front counters.
Cumbria has a low amount of knife offences compared to other areas of the UK. But Police say the surrender is to reassure members of the public that knife crime will not be tolerated.
One hundred and thirty five knives were handed in at the last amnesty in February.