The members of Partners Against Crime, District 3 (PAC3) welcome you and your neighborhood to our organization.
We are much more than our name implies—we also strive to educate and provide our neighborhoods with tools necessary to continue building a strong community.
Our monthly meetings highlight the many different City/County resources and non-profit organizations that make Durham a wonderful place to live.
PAC3 meets on the on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Community & Family Life Recreation Center at Lyon Park, 1313 Halley Street, Durham 27707. Meetings are open to citizens living or working in District 3. We look forward to meeting you!
PAC3 Executive Committee
Conni Rivers, Co-Facilitator (2016-17)
Alice Breeden, Co-Facilitator (2016-18)
JoAnn Comis, Treasurer (2016-17)
Carol Baldwin, Co-Secretary (2016-18)
Gerry Green, Member at Large (2015-16)
Mike Mayo, Member at Large (2015-16)
Jim Clark, Member at Large (2015-17)
To see a complete list of PAC3's Executive Committee and more contact info, click here.
(New News!) April Elections
Election of officers was held at our April 9, 2016 meeting. Congratulations to newly elected officers
Alice Breeden, Co-facilitator; Conni Rivers, Co-facilitator; JoAnn Comis, Treasurer; Gerry Green, Member at Large and Mike Mayo, Member at Large!
Congratulations and Welcome
Captain Robert E. Gaddy Jr.- Commander, District 3
Sergeant T.A. Navarre- Squad 3C
Corporal L.E. Mazziotto- Squad 3A
Corporal T. Scozzafava- Squad 3B
Corporal S.J. Kimball- Squad 3B
Corporal L.P. VanDewater- H.E.A.T.
Reminder! No May Meeting. The next PAC3 meeting will be Saturday, June 11, 2016 at the Community & Family Life Recreation Center at Lyon Park, 1313 Halley Street, Durham 27707.
National Night Out is August 2nd! We hope your neighborhood will consider participating in this fun and informative evening. Register below, then plan to attend the PAC3 June 11 meeting and enter to win banners, shirts and other National Night Out goodies for your neighborhood.
Our monthly meetings provide a wealth of information and a great forum for citizens to interact with law enforcement and other Durham City and County departments. If you have a neighborhood concern, question or comment, bring it! If you've never been to a PAC3 meeting, come see what you're missing!
Durham Police Department’s registration is under- way for Durham’s observance of National Night Out (NNO), America’s Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 2, 2016. Neighborhoods, agencies and businesses are encouraged to support the celebration by organizing or sponsoring a NNO event or promotion. The evening of August 2 residents are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and law enforcement and public safety partners. Neighborhoods typically host events such as block parties, cookouts, parades, flashlight walks, contests, youth activities and anti-crime campaigns.
NNO is a collaborative effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, and neighborhood unity. The National Association of Town Watch (NATW), which spearheads the observance, anticipates NNO 2016 will involve over 16,000 communities and 38 million participants from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world.
Durham Police Department’s NNO registration deadline is Friday, July 8, 2016. For registration and observance information, go to www.durhampolice.com and click the link above the NNO logo (right side of homepage). Local NNO registrations are separate from registrations with NATW. Direct NNO inquiries to Durham Police Department’s Public Affairs Office at (919) 560-4322 or email DPDNNO@durhamnc.gov.
To join the free Yahoo PAC3 Listserv:
The Yahoo PAC3 listserv provides daily e-mail communication from law enforcement, City departments, PAC3 moderators, and other PAC3 members. Breaking news about crime and crime prevention is shared in these e-mail messages. PAC3 meeting reminders, meeting minutes, and a monthly newsletter published by Durham Neighborhood Improvement Services are also posted on the listserv.