Fayetteville Police Chief Greg Tabor announced in April 2007 the Fayetteville Police Department in partnership with Fayetteville in Bloom, Target, and the Fayetteville Fire Department will now provide graffiti cleanup kits to Fayetteville citizens that are victims of graffiti.

With instances of graffiti in Fayetteville on the rise, officers from the Fayetteville Police DepartmentTMs Community Policing Division began working with other community stakeholders and representatives from the City of Fayetteville to develop ways to assist citizens with the removal of graffiti on private property. By teaming up with Fayetteville in Bloom and Target, the Fayetteville Police Department was able to obtain the materials needed for graffiti clean up kits.

The kits are available to citizens at each Fayetteville Fire Station and available for pick up by citizens victimized by graffiti. Citizens must first file a police report and take the incident number to the Fire Station to sign out a clean up kit. Once the graffiti has been removed, the citizens are asked return the kit to the Fire Station.