There will soon be over 100 new officers on the streets, across South Yorkshire.
Changes to Community Support Officers have been announced - which will mean fewer PCSOs.
Chief Constable David Hartley says it'll mean re-balancing the workforce, rather than any job cuts. "We are very much supporting our remaining PCSOs - of which there will be 116 - so they have the right shift system, right visibility and the right core purpose", he said.
"What they are going to have alongside them now is a much bigger team of police officers who are going to be able to go and take action on the things that matter most to our communities."