West Yorkshire Police release photos of terrifying knives seized in just one week
The weapons were seized as part of Operation Jemlock.
The operation was launched in April 2019 with the aim of tackling serious violent crime in the region.
More than 5,600 arrests have since been made, with 739 weapons seized and 11,599 intelligence items submitted.
West Yorkshire Police tweeted: “@WYP_OpJemlock officers continue to make a difference in West Yorkshire communities.
“Here are some of the guns they seized last week.
“Since the start of the operation, officers have made more than 5,600 arrests, seized 739 weapons and submitted 11,599 pieces of intelligence.”
Superintendent Damon Solley is leading Operation Jemock, and in April he told YEP it was essential for parents and teachers to listen for signs that young people are involved in gang activity.
Superintendent Solley said, “Everyone has a role to play in looking for signs that young people are drawn to this particular life.
“It’s a collective effort by the whole community to prevent young people from picking up a gun in the first place.
“This is the only way we’re going to see long-term reductions in incidents of violence like this. “