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As of August 2022, there are 214 registered sex offenders living in Asheville. The ratio of sex offenders to residents is 417 to 1.

Asheville is rated an F for crime and safety because of its higher than average crime rate. The overall crime rate of the city is higher than the national average by 179%. In fact, 97% of the cities in the US are considered safer than Asheville. The chances of becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 16. However, the city’s total year over year crimes has decreased by 7%.

The Asheville Police Department is responsible for maintaining peace and order within the community. It is organized into three sections – the Operations Bureau, Administration Bureau, and the Professional Standards Section. The Operations Bureau oversees the Criminal Investigations Division, Patrol Operations Division, and the Community Engagement Division. The Administration Bureau oversees the Finance and Support Division, Special Services Division, and Administrative Services Division. The Professional Standards Section oversees Internal Affairs. The Chief of Police is David Zack. You can contact him directly by calling 828-259-5813 or via email at [email protected].

Asheville Police Department Address:
100 Court Plaza Asheville, NC 28801

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Asheville Police Department Additional Information:

Address 1: 100 Court Plz
City: Asheville
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 28802-3508
County: Buncombe County
Phone #: 828-259-5880
Fax #: 828-259-5823

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 61902
Number of Officers: 174

Records Request and Mugshots in Asheville North Carolina

Public records in the City of Asheville are available upon request. The city government provides a list of the records that are accessible to the public. There are different portals you can access for specific types of public records. For example, police reports can be obtained by visiting the Asheville Police Department Police to Citizen Portal. Permits, planning, services, and other information can be accessed through the Development Services Department Portal. You can even access the minutes of all City County meetings from 1984 onwards.

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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Asheville, North Carolina

The Buncombe County Magistrate’s Office is responsible for managing outstanding warrants for the Asheville Police Department. If you want to check any warrants that have been taken out against you or on another person, you can visit the Magistrate’s Office located at 20 Davidson Dr, Asheville NC 28801.

Asheville North Carolina Information

Asheville is a city located in Buncombe County where it serves as the county seat. The total population of the city is 94,589 based on the 2020 census. The total area of the city is 45.95 square miles. Asheville is considered the largest city in Western North Carolina. The current mayor is Esther E. Manheimer. You can reach her via email at [email protected].

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