Wednesday is the last day for Regina’s first Gun Amnesty Program.
Since the start of the month residents have had the opportunity to report and illegal or unwanted firearm without the fear of facing penalties.
The program is an effort by the Regina Police Service to reduce gun related crimes in the city, which grew substantially last year from the five year average.
In 2016 there was a 94 per-cent in crease in violent offenses involving a firearm.
Regina Police are expected to announce the programs results later this week.