More than 400 knives have been handed in across the county – including swords, machetes and commando knives - as part of a month long amnesty.
People can now hand in any knife at any police station with a front counter as well being able to drop them anonymously into the designated bins.
North Lancashire, Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde, have seen a total of 120 weapons handed in.
Preston has seen the most knives handed in, with a total of 142 deposited in the bins so far.
Among the weapons given up are machetes, swords, commando knives, a homemade blade screwed together with razor blades and large knives.
DI Warren Atkinson said: “We’ve been really pleased with the response so far.”
The amnestywill run until September 29.