Anti-social behaviour is being tackled by Trafford Council this month.
The council’s Safer Communities Team is moving to work with police partners at Stretford police station.
Executive Councillor Jonathan Coupe said Trafford currently has the lowest number of anti-social behaviour incidents in Greater Manchester and this move will allow staff to better pool resources and knowledge for the benefit of local communities.
He said: "Within Trafford we have already benefited from close partnership working with the police and other agencies.
"There are now 6000 fewer instances of anti-social behaviour than four years ago. Every reduction represents a real improvement in the quality of life for many local residents.”
Greater Manchester Police Chief Superintendent Mark Roberts said the move will improve efficiency by cutting wasted time and efforts.
He said: "The reductions in crime and anti-social behaviour in Trafford in recent years have been quite remarkable and are built on the efforts of our local communities, the Police, Trafford Council and other partner agencies.
"By co-locating the Police, Council and Trafford Housing Trust teams dedicated to reducing anti-social behaviour we will provide a joined up and comprehensive service to the people of Trafford."