Fayetteville PACT

Mission Statement

The Fayetteville PACT mission is to create a police-community taskforce of civilians for civilian oversight entities that seek to make local law enforcement agencies transparent, accountable, and responsible to the communities they serve. Fayetteville PACT will address all injustices and encourage equality no matter race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religious and national origin representation.

Fayetteville Police Accountability Community Taskforce (P.A.C.T) is working to end mass incarceration, racial profiling, selective enforcement & use of excessive force in policing. Fayetteville PACT is a public charity that only engages in activities that are permissible under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Fayetteville PACT and the members of the coalition are strictly prohibited from participating or intervening in any political campaign on behalf of or in opposition to any candidate for public office. All Fayetteville PACT activities will be strictly non-partisan. In addition, Fayetteville PACT activities will not be coordinated with any candidate, political party, or other partisan entity. Fayetteville PACT is a local, state, and national organization.


Fayetteville PACT was established in 2015 by Shaun McMillian and Kathy Greggs, both of whom are US Army combat veterans. Shaun was deeply troubled by the deaths of Tamir Rice and Trayvon Martin. He began researching the Fayetteville Police Department’s data on racial profiling, specifically “driving while Black.” Shaun then asked Kathy to help form a police accountability group in Fayetteville. Together, they met with Ivanna Gonzalez from Blueprint NC to develop the formation of PACT.

Focus Areas

Police Accountability

Fayetteville PACT will continue to educate and promote civilian police oversight authority, working with citizens and partners through citizen review boards across North Carolina and nationally. We believe that civilians should determine reprimands for police officers who violate constitutional rights, civil rights, and civil liberties, including issues related to detention and jails.

Civil Engagement

We assist by utilizing non-government agencies and holding government agencies and services accountable to help individuals reintegrate into society.


Reintegration helps an offender adjust and fit back into the community. Restorative practices are used for the prevention of rule-breaking and as an intervention after a rule is broken.

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