The Pub Watch project has been launched by 12 licensed premises across Maryhill in an attempt to stamp out anti-social behaviour and violence.
Under the scheme, anyone caught causing trouble inside or outside a pub will be barred from the dozen venues – and have their details passed to police.
An agreement has also been made that if a person is barred from any premises they will be notified in person by police.
Chief Inspector Ann Hughes, area commander of Maryhill police office, said: "Pub Watch sends out the message that anti-social behaviour, violence and other crimes will not be tolerated.
"I am delighted by the commitment we have already seen from licensees in Maryhill."
Among those taking part in the scheme are The Elephant And Bugle, The Scotch, Punch Bowl, The Viking Bar, First And Last, Framptons, Maryhill Tavern and The Kelvin Dock.
Paul Nelson, landlord at The Elephant And Bugle, also owns four other city bars that are part of Pub Watch schemes.
He said: "In a Pub Watch scheme, all the licensees band together and work together.
"It is a beneficial project and helps the day-to-day running of a pub.
"The decision to give those barred a letter that is hand delivered by police is a great asset.
"It takes away the confrontation that could arise for pub staff and creates a better work environment.
"Pub Watch also creates a better socialising environment for customers because they know there won't be any trouble."
Michael Brady, Glasgow City Council licensing standards officer, said: "Pub Watch means customers can expect a safer and better environment for socialising.
"Any concept which sends out a message to customers that bar owners are committed to improving premises is needed."
The first Pub Watch was launched in Baillieston in 2008.
Other areas with the scheme include Shawlands, Crookston, Pollok and Cardonald.