Key103's hoping Manchester can follow Bolton's example in cutting crime and drunken disorder.
As part of our campaign to set up a team of Street Angels in Manchester we've been looking at how well they work in other towns and cities.
Bolton is one of the 125 areas in the country to have volunteers on patrol there.
The police there have told us in the last year violent crime involving injury has dropped by 17 percent.
Our reporter Michelle Livesey's been on patrol with Karen who's one of their volunteers:
The Bolton Street Angels have been patrolling the town Centre since 2008. They operate every Saturday and usually the last Friday of the month.
Jacqui Griffiths is member of the Mangement team and is also in charge of training:
See a video of the Street Angels in action: