Partners Against Crime Groups

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

How to Get Involved

1. Find out which PAC/District you live in by entering your address here. 

2. Look at the list below to see when/where the PAC/District meetings are held. 

3. Attend your PAC meeting to stay up-to-date and to have your voice heard. 

Monthly Meeting Information



3rd Saturday at 10am

 In-Person Only:  Holton Career & Resource Center (401 N Driver St,  2nd   floor auditorium)

 PAC Facilitator: James Chavis 

 Email: [email protected] 


2nd Monday at 6pm

 In-Person and online 

 PAC Facilitators: Bryan Galloway & Rebecca Redd- Jolly

 Email: [email protected] 

 Website: / Facebook: @PAC2Durham


2nd Saturday at 10am

 In-Person & Online: 

 PAC Facilitators: Mindy Solie & Daryl Mount

 Email: [email protected]

2nd Saturday at 10am

 In-Person & Online: 

  PAC Facilitator: Harold Chestnut & LaManda Pryor (Liaison) 

  Email: [email protected]


4th Saturday at 10am


  • Refiner's Fire Community Church (1003 E Main Street)

PAC Facilitator: Charlitta Burruss (Liaison)

Email:[email protected]


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