Crime, Safety, and Livability Resources
For Emergencies, Dial 911
For non-emergency matters (such as noise complaints), dial 919-560-4600
Durham Police - District Three Substation
#8 Consultant Place
(Shannon Road near MLK Parkway)
EMERGENCY: DIAL 911
District Commander: Captain Marianne Bond
Assistant District Commander: Lieutenant Tracey Bobbitt
District Three Partners Against Crime - (PAC-3)
District Three Partners Against Crime meets at 10 am on the second Saturday of each month at the Community & Family Life Recreation Center at Lyon Park at 1313 Halley Street. Call the District Three Substation at 919-560-4583 for more details. For more information about PAC, see http://www.durhampolice.com/pac/.
Party Houses / Disruptive Neighbors
In 2014, a group of Durham neighborhood leaders came together to form Durham Neighborhoods United (DNU), a group committed to addressing quality of life issues impacted by "party houses" in our midst, most of them occupied by students and most affiliated with Duke fraternities. Issues include noise, traffic, trash, underage drinking, public urination, and property damage.
Working with Duke and Durham Police, the Duke Dean of Students Office, and City Council members, DNU has developed a protocol for residents to follow in dealing with disruptive party houses. View/download the protocol here.
TLNA is an active participant in this initiative.