A top Sheffield police officer says the city is still one of the safest in the country, days after a man was stabbed to death.
Ch Supt Una Jennings took over the role of district commander of Sheffield seven days ago.
From her previous role as district commander in Rotherham, she said she was aware of what policing in South Yorkshire was like.
Marcus Ramsay, 35, was killed in what police said was a "large-scale disturbance" in Horninglow Road, in the Firth Park area of Sheffield, on Saturday.
She said: "It's such a tragedy for that family. I can't imagine how they're feeling today and we'll do our best to bring the offenders that caused that to justice.
"We have well over 500,000 people living here in the city like me, and with people comes crime.
"Whilst I do still believe we are absolutely still one of the safest big cities in the UK to live, socialise, work and - of course let's not forget our two universities - study in, I am absolutely in tune to the fact there is a scaling complexity to Sheffield that is very different to Rotherham."
She added that organised crime groups are being targeted by a newly-established armed crime team that has seen 12 guns seized in the last week.