EFFORTS to tackle bad behaviour are being made online.
Streetwise has been designed and developed by Wearside housing company Gentoo to keep rack troublesome tenants and tenancy breaches.
It is already being used by seven housing organisations, and is now being put to use by Maryhill Housing Association in Glasgow.
Gentoo will work alongside the charity. Michelle Meldrum, deputy director of Gentoo Living said: “As a group, innovation is a key driver of our success, and we are delighted to be able to help support organisations across the UK to combat antisocial behaviour.”
The contract comes after the new appointment to Gentoo of Bryan Healy, a former antisocial behaviour strategic advisor from Glasgow Housing Association, who has more than 20 years’ experience.