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Partners Against Crime (PAC)

The Partners Against Crime (PAC) program promotes collaboration among police officers, Durham residents, and city and county government officials to find sustainable solutions to community crime problems and quality of life issues. It is a community based volunteer organization that promotes and executes safety strategies to prevent crime at the neighborhood level. Each of Durham Police Department’s five police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.
 
Durham’s PAC groups have purchased bicycles for two of the Police Department's bicycle squads, translation equipment so Spanish-speaking residents can attend meetings, digital speed trailers to help with neighborhood speed enforcement, and motion detector lights for elderly residents. A PAC group purchased playground equipment to replace apparatus destroyed by vandalism. PAC groups have also worked to get rid of dilapidated housing in their neighborhoods.
 
District Partners Against Crime Sites
 
 
Partners Against Crime Meeting Schedule
District
Meetings
For more information…
PAC 1
Third Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.
Holton Career & Resource Center, 401 North Driver St.
District 1 Substation:
560-4281
PAC 1 website:
PAC 2
Second Mondays at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
2107 Hillandale Rd.
(DPS Staff Development Center)
District 2 Substation:
560-4582
PAC 2 website:
PAC 3
Second Saturdays at 10 a.m.
Community & Family Life Rec. Ctr.
at Lyon Park
(1309 Halley St.)
District 3 Substation:
560-4583
PAC 4
Second Saturdays at 10 a.m.
Campus Hills Rec. Center
(2000 South Alston Ave.)
District 4 Substation:
560-4415
PAC 5
(Central District)
Second Thursdays at 6 p.m.
Blue Coffee Café
(202 North Corcoran St.)
Central District Substation:
560-4935
Citywide PAC
Fourth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Neighborhood Improvement Services
807 E. Main St., Building 2
For information, call Harold Chestnut, chair
598-5398