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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 09:30 AM
    Holton Resource Center in Durham, NC

    PAC1 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, February 09, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    PAC4 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, February 09, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    PAC3 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Monday, February 11, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    PAC2 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 09:30 AM
    Holton Resource Center in Durham, NC

    PAC1 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, March 09, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    PAC4 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, March 09, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    PAC3 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Monday, March 11, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    PAC2 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 09:30 AM
    Holton Resource Center in Durham, NC

    PAC1 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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  • Monday, April 08, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    PAC2 Meetings

    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 5 police districts has a PAC organization that holds monthly PAC meetings.

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