Police teams took to the streets yesterday in a co-ordinated day of action as part of Operation Duxford.
During the day of action, officers raided a house in Darnall and made two arrests over the cultivation of cannabis.
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Arrests were also made for burglary and domestic assault.
Speeding operations and vehicle checks were also carried out, with a number of seizures made.
Chief Inspector Lynne Lancaster, who co-ordinated the day, said: “Operation Duxford is a broader term for concentrated, high impact days of action that we carry out across the towns of South Yorkshire and our big city, on a regular basis.”
She said Operation Duxford focuses on concerns raised by communities.
She added: “It’s not just about enforcement, you’ll notice that we’ve got officers in different areas, talking to people and having conversations about where they live and what they’re worried about.”