A total of 387 arrests were made during the Safer Streets operation, which was led by Strathclyde Police and Maryhill Housing Association (MHA).
It is the first time a housing body has paid for a dedicated police presence to tackle anti-social tenants, drugs and violent crime.
There was a 64% drop in serious assaults in the Gilshochill area of Maryhill, which is about one kilometer square.
The number of incidents dropped from 11 from February to May last year to four this year.
Police and housing staff made 69 joint visits to problem tenants.
Of those, 13 were issued with warnings for anti-social behaviour, three were served with the first stage in the eviction process, and legal action is underway against one.
The campaign, which began on February 6, also tackled street drinking, and 242 litres of alcohol were seized by police.
A total of 39 people were charged with drug possession, four for supply, and police said call-outs to three tower blocks dropped by 50%.
Wardens patrolled known dog-fouling hot spots and environmental clean-ups were also carried out.
Residents report feeling safer in the area as a result of the campaign and police presence.
Chief Inspector Ann Hughes said: "We are delighted with the results of this project.
"It is only thanks to the support of the local community, and the strong partnership we have with MHA, that we have been able to deliver on the promises we made when we started this initiative. Working together we can keep people safe – it cannot be done in isolation.
"Local people are the eyes and ears of our communities and we need their support and co-operation."
Chief executive Willy Briody said: "MHA is strongly committed to creating safe communities.
"That is what the public want and, with Strathclyde Police, we have been delivering on that promise.
"This partnership shows how working together can produce spectacular results.
"Our tenants and the wider community can be assured that we will continue to support the police in their ongoing crackdown on crime and anti-social behaviour."